MIT LINC 2013 Conference: Early Bird Registration Has Been Extended to April 14th

The Sixth Conference of MIT’s Learning International Networks Consortium (LINC)
June 16th – 19th, 2013 – MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, US

LINC 2013

Early Registration


Sir John Daniel – Former President and CEO of the Commonwealth of Learning and former Chancellor of the UK Open University

Dr. Anant Agarwal – President of the MIT and Harvard joint initiative, edX

Zaini Ujang – Vice Chancellor of the Technological University of Malaysia

Sanjay Sarma – Director of Digital Learning, MIT

Tony Bates – Research Associate, Contact North, Ontario

Robin Horn – Former Education Manager of the World Bank’s Human Development Network

Fernando Reimers – Director of Global Education and of International Education Policy at Harvard University

Lúcia Araújo – Head of CANAL Futura, Brazil

Ok-hwa Lee – Professor of Computer Education at Chungbuk National University and expert on Educational Technology in Korea

Daniel Hastings – Dean for Undergraduate Education at MIT

Cecilia d’Oliveira – Executive Director of MIT OpenCourseWare

Patricio López del Puerto – President of the Virtual University Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Cliff Missen – Director of the Widernet Project and the eGranary Digital Library at the University of Iowa

Bakary Diallo – Rector of the African Virtual University

Naveed Malik – Rector of the Pakistan Virtual University

Faten Shaheed Ardekany – Former Project Manager for the Sultan Bin AbdulAziz Science & Technology Center (Scitech) of the MIT BLOSSOMS Initiative in Saudi Arabia

Zaleha Abdullah – Coordinator, Educational Technology Program, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Project Manager for the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) – MIT BLOSSOMS initiative in Malaysia

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