LINC 2013 paper submission deadline March 17th, 2013

LINC 2013

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LINC 2013 Paper Submission: Deadline March 17th, 2013

MIT’s LINC 2013 Conference
To Feature Best Yet Open Discussion
On MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses)

“The State of Technology-Enabled Education Around the World”

Dr. Anant Agarwal – President of edX, the joint MOOC initiative with MIT, Harvard, U.C. Berkeley, University of Texas and others. Dr. Agarwal is a professor in MIT’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department.

Sir John Daniel – Former President and CEO of the Commonwealth of Learning, former Chancellor of the UK Open University, and scholarly commentator on MOOC’s.

Dr. Sanjay Sarma – Head of MITx, MIT’s MOOC initiative, Director of MIT’s Office of Digital Learning and professor in MIT’s Mechanical Engineering Department.

Dr. Tony Bates – Long-term expert in e-learning and distance education, with numerous consultancy assignments in the planning and management of e-learning projects.

This Keynote Session to be followed by a panel discussion
in which audience participation will guide the discussion and debate.


  • Innovations in educational technology to bring education to all.
  • E-learning best practices: Latin America, Africa, Asia and the USA.
  • New media for instruction.
  • New pedagogical models facilitated by technology.
  • Impediments to bringing education to all.
  • The impact of technology in lowering the cost of education.
  • Educational technology and K-12 education.

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