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Tuesday, June 22
 

09:00 CEST

Matching (multi)media to learning activities in MOOCs

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/dGV3S0mkWHTaY3iNetApV

Multimedia play an important role in MOOCs. They provide variation, can motivate and stimulate participants and because of the visual and auditory ways of bringing messages they are indispensable for good learning in an online course. At the same time, as with other media, they must be used in a well-considered way and must always serve a higher goal: that of the MOOC objectives. It remains a challenge to design multimedia from the instructional design of a MOOC, while at the same time applying video-, multimedia- and storytelling principles. Above all this we want to create a visual line or a story across the MOOC.

At KU Leuven we use our own version of the ABC learning design methodology and build upon this in creating multimedia and other learning material. Through a series of workshops following upon the ABC design and 'inspirational' material we try to provide our course teams with sufficient information to make the MOOC a didactical high-impact course but also keep them open-minded and think out of the box to create powerful multimedia.

In this interactive online workshop we will take the participants on the same journey as we go with our course teams. We let the participants reflect upon the link between learning activities and multimedia. Throughout all of this, we give many examples of our own experiences and provide opportunities to exchange with others.

Speakers
avatar for Elke Van der Stappen

Elke Van der Stappen

University, KULeuven
An instructional designer with a passion for MOOCs!
avatar for Annelies Calmeyn

Annelies Calmeyn

Educational technologist, KU Leuven
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Remco van Schadewijk

Counsellor Multimedia, KU Leuven


Tuesday June 22, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Belvedere

09:00 CEST

COFEEMOOC-V.2: Designing Contingent Feedback for Massive Open Online Courses (Part 1)

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5Af3ZdeFxqVfnVCHt5n5Yn

Providing adequate support to MOOC participants is often a challenging task due to massiveness of the learners’ population and the asynchronous communication among peers and MOOC practitioners. This workshop aims at discussing common learners’ problems reported in the literature and reflect on designing adequate feedback interventions with the use of learning data. Our aim is three-fold: a) to pinpoint MOOC aspects that impact the planning of feedback, b) to explore the use of learning data in designing feedback strategies, and c) to propose design guidelines for developing and delivering scaffolding interventions for personalized feedback in MOOCs. To do so, we will carry out hands-on activities that aim to involve participants in interpreting learning data and using them to design adaptive feedback. This workshop appeals to researchers, practitioners and MOOC stakeholders who aim to providing contextualized scaffolding. We envision that this workshop will provide insights for bridging the gap between pedagogical theory and practice when it comes to feedback interventions in MOOCs.

Speakers
avatar for Paraskevi Topali

Paraskevi Topali

PhD student, Universidad de Valladolid


Tuesday June 22, 2021 09:00 - 12:30 CEST
Bellevue

09:00 CEST

Podcasts, Microcontent & MOOCs – The Integration of Digital Learning Formats into HE Lectures (Part 1)

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5IqSbBkI9qNR0uOJHF2WVN

Covid-19 poses major challenges to the higher education landscape. Junior professors from the Computational Neuroscience department at Charité – University medicine Berlin and a small team of developers from the AI Campus learning platform saw this as an opportunity to develop digital learning formats in modular, interactive and participatory form that can be integrated into university teaching. While elements from the AI Campus learning opportunity "Dr. med. AI" were integrated into the formal seminar setting, an accompanying podcast was to support the learning process in an entertaining way and embed the learning content in a coherent narrative by using exciting and engaging application scenarios of AI used in the different fields of medicine nowadays.
The workshop aims to explore the needs to be considered when designing, developing and implementing a multimedia learning format, how to implement processes of quality assurance in the development process, and how to include students in this process to ensure that a user-centered design is created. The workshop will take place in an online course on the AI Campus platform. By this means participants will have the opportunity to review provided content in the course regarding instructional design aspects and quality of the content. Based on the review results, participants then create interactive formats hands-on by using an interoperable open-source authoring tool. Finally, the core learnings of the workshop will be reflected, discussed and formulated.

Speakers
MB

Mike Bernd

Program Manager, Stifterverband / AI Campus


Tuesday June 22, 2021 09:00 - 12:30 CEST
Sanssouci

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
Tuesday June 22, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Belvedere

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
Tuesday June 22, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Bellevue

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
Tuesday June 22, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Sanssouci

11:00 CEST

COFEEMOOC-V.2: Designing Contingent Feedback for Massive Open Online Courses (Part 2)

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5Af3ZdeFxqVfnVCHt5n5Yn

Providing adequate support to MOOC participants is often a challenging task due to massiveness of the learners’ population and the asynchronous communication among peers and MOOC practitioners. This workshop aims at discussing common learners’ problems reported in the literature and reflect on designing adequate feedback interventions with the use of learning data. Our aim is three-fold: a) to pinpoint MOOC aspects that impact the planning of feedback, b) to explore the use of learning data in designing feedback strategies, and c) to propose design guidelines for developing and delivering scaffolding interventions for personalized feedback in MOOCs. To do so, we will carry out hands-on activities that aim to involve participants in interpreting learning data and using them to design adaptive feedback. This workshop appeals to researchers, practitioners and MOOC stakeholders who aim to providing contextualized scaffolding. We envision that this workshop will provide insights for bridging the gap between pedagogical theory and practice when it comes to feedback interventions in MOOCs.

Speakers
avatar for Paraskevi Topali

Paraskevi Topali

PhD student, Universidad de Valladolid


Tuesday June 22, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Bellevue

11:00 CEST

Podcasts, Microcontent & MOOCs – The Integration of Digital Learning Formats into HE Lectures (Part 2)

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5IqSbBkI9qNR0uOJHF2WVN

Covid-19 poses major challenges to the higher education landscape. Junior professors from the Computational Neuroscience department at Charité – University medicine Berlin and a small team of developers from the AI Campus learning platform saw this as an opportunity to develop digital learning formats in modular, interactive and participatory form that can be integrated into university teaching. While elements from the AI Campus learning opportunity "Dr. med. AI" were integrated into the formal seminar setting, an accompanying podcast was to support the learning process in an entertaining way and embed the learning content in a coherent narrative by using exciting and engaging application scenarios of AI used in the different fields of medicine nowadays.
The workshop aims to explore the needs to be considered when designing, developing and implementing a multimedia learning format, how to implement processes of quality assurance in the development process, and how to include students in this process to ensure that a user-centered design is created. The workshop will take place in an online course on the AI Campus platform. By this means participants will have the opportunity to review provided content in the course regarding instructional design aspects and quality of the content. Based on the review results, participants then create interactive formats hands-on by using an interoperable open-source authoring tool. Finally, the core learnings of the workshop will be reflected, discussed and formulated.

Speakers
MB

Mike Bernd

Program Manager, Stifterverband / AI Campus


Tuesday June 22, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Sanssouci

11:00 CEST

What makes my course stand out? – Quality assurance criteria for MOOCs

Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/1wONjsIs7mave14xBHZmR8

The workshop addresses the question how MOOC stakeholders can discern the level of quality of a course offering. What makes a MOOC stand out? The workshop objectives are the following:
1) Participants will learn about an international online course certification system (EOCCS).
2) Participants will discuss the elements that make up a good MOOC as regards the areas Institutional context, Course Design & Composition, Course Delivery and Quality Assurance Processes.
3) Participants will formulate questions for course evaluation which can provide guidance for quality assurance of MOOCs.

In the first part of the session, the speakers will briefly introduce EOCCS which stands for the “EFMD Global Network Online Course Certification System”. The international certification system has certified seven MOOCs since 2016. Following the introductory part (20 Min.), the objectives for the group work will be illustrated. Workshop participants will be divided into four groups. Each of the four groups shall represent one of the four EOCCS pillars: Institutional context, Course Design & Composition, Course Delivery and Quality Assurance Processes. In the individual groups, participants shall have the opportunity to network, discuss the elements that make up a good MOOC and formulate questions for course evaluation (45 Min.).

In the concluding part, everyone will come together for a short presentation of the findings and learnings. The workshop presenters will mirror the findings with the EOCCS Standards (25 Min.).



Speakers
avatar for Antonia Lütgens

Antonia Lütgens

Consultant, EFMD Global Network
Hi, I'm excited about this year's packed EMOOCs programme and look forward to meeting you all! In our session, EOCCS Director Keith Pond and I will look at quality in MOOCs from the perspective of EOCCS - the EFMD Global Network Online Course Certification System. See you soon & enjoy... Read More →
avatar for Keith Pond

Keith Pond

Director, EOCCS, EFMD Global Network
Keith is EOCCS Director, having worked with EFMD from 2014 to design and implement EOCCS.  Managing a small but experienced team he leads the various EOCCS initiatives, including the EOCCS Online Community of Practice.Keith maintains an intensely practical approach to his rôle and... Read More →


Tuesday June 22, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Belvedere

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Tuesday June 22, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Belvedere

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Tuesday June 22, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Bellevue

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Tuesday June 22, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Sanssouci

13:30 CEST

Opening

Speakers
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute


Tuesday June 22, 2021 13:30 - 14:00 CEST
Bellevue

14:15 CEST

Greeting

Speakers
avatar for Michael Meister

Michael Meister

Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education and Research


Tuesday June 22, 2021 14:15 - 14:30 CEST
Bellevue

14:30 CEST

Keynote: Digital education - yesterday, today and tomorrow: the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027 and its perspective on online learning content
Link to the session (for registered participants): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/7buNL3wAnGxfSloeieKUT

Digital education is a key policy priority for the European Commission.
The first comprehensive EU framework for digital education was launched in 2018 through the Digital Education Action Plan, which set out 11 actions for the 2018-2020 period, aiming to help Member States meet the challenges and opportunities stemming from the use of digital technologies in education and training.
In the meantime, the COVID-19 crisis accelerated developments in digital education that may have taken years to realize. It sparked vivid discussions among a wide range of stakeholders but also revealed many challenges in terms of quality and equity.
Georgi’s speech will look at the past, present and future of digital education in Europe by considering achievements to date and still existing challenges, connected either to the COVID-19 crisis or the longer-term digital transformation.
He will present the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-2027 and its long term vision to support the recovery and the overall digital transformation of education and training institutions. Besides describing the current political context, space will be given to dig into key areas of intervention with a special focus on how to support the design and sharing of high-quality digital education content.

Speakers
avatar for Georgi Dimitrov

Georgi Dimitrov

Acting Head of Unit “Digital Education”, European Commission


Tuesday June 22, 2021 14:30 - 15:00 CEST
Bellevue

15:15 CEST

OpenWHO - Fighting the Pandemic through Online Learning
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/3airvHGDNBZnGndd8wBZOo

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) open-source learning platform https://OpenWHO.org has made online courses available on COVID-19 since January 2020, when the first signs of the approaching pandemic were received.
The OpenWHO team expedited the production of learning materials based on WHO’s evidence-based science in order to serve the rising need for online learning related to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic learning surge has expanded the OpenWHO to reach 5.3 million course enrolments from all around the world. The platform offers 33 courses for COVID-19 and 58 other health topics, spreading across 53 languages. A total of 9.5 million words have been translated so far and almost 3 million certificates have been issued.
All courses are available for free and the platform allows diverse audiences from around the world to join into the self-paced, asynchronous online learning journey. The emphasis of the platform is on equity and access and aim is to move all barriers for learners. All offerings are therefore provided in no-cost, low bandwidth, mobile-friendly, downloadable and offline formats.

Speakers
avatar for Gaya Gamhewage

Gaya Gamhewage

World Health Organization


Tuesday June 22, 2021 15:15 - 16:00 CEST
Bellevue

16:00 CEST

Building a more just world: The role of institutions in defining the new normal
Link to the session (for registered participants): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/2Zc5yUrbCd1mBHvVc88Yau

The double disruption caused by automation and COVID-19 will fundamentally change how we work, live, and learn — and may displace up to 85 million jobs by 2025. In this session Coursera’s CEO, Jeff Maggioncalda, will discuss how institutions — universities, businesses, and governments — can collaborate to respond to the global skills crisis by increasing access and opportunity to high-quality online learning and well-paying, remote jobs.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Maggioncalda

Jeff Maggioncalda

CEO, Coursera


Tuesday June 22, 2021 16:00 - 16:30 CEST
Bellevue

16:00 CEST

16:00 CEST

16:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Tuesday June 22, 2021 16:30 - 17:00 CEST
Bellevue

17:00 CEST

Transformation of the University towards a Hybrid University

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Delgado Kloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Professor and Vice President, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Peter Scott

Peter Scott

Peter Scott is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education) at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. Before UTS, he worked at the UK’s Open University for nearly 20 years, after 9 years researching and teaching in the field of Psychology at the University of Sheffield. As a leader... Read More →
avatar for Pierre Dillenbourg

Pierre Dillenbourg

A former teacher in elementary school, Pierre Dillenbourg graduated in educational science (University of Mons, Belgium). He started his research on learning technologies in 1984. In 1986, he has been on of the first in the world to apply machine learning to develop a self-improving... Read More →


Tuesday June 22, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Bellevue

18:30 CEST

Dinner Time
Tuesday June 22, 2021 18:30 - 19:00 CEST
Bellevue

19:00 CEST

Online Poster Session
Tuesday June 22, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 CEST
Belvedere

19:00 CEST

Online Poster Session
Tuesday June 22, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 CEST
Bellevue

19:00 CEST

Online Poster Session
Tuesday June 22, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 CEST
Sanssouci
 
Wednesday, June 23
 

09:00 CEST

Business Track: MOOC Collaborations with Business: Voices from the Field
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5wlxVzpJa2mhhOvor8Knkt

9.00-9.20 Towards an Online Learning Community on digitalization in the Tourism sector
Susanne Marx, Research associate, Faculty of Business Studies at Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (DE)
9.20-9.40 (provisional title:) Business Model for a free course by working with governments for localization
Megan Schaible, COO Reaktor Education & Elements of AI
9.40-10.00 University and industry players co-creating MOOCs and MicroCredentials - insights from the Corship project
Johanna Koskinen & Maija Suonpää, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences (FI),
& winners from the MC

Speakers
avatar for Susanne Marx

Susanne Marx

Research Associate, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences
avatar for Johanna Koskinen

Johanna Koskinen

Education Planning Specialist, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
I have an MBA from the University of Turku (major: International Business, minors: marketing and entrepreneruship). I am working at Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences (Finland) in the International Business Programme as an Education Planning Specialist with a key focus on... Read More →
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Maija Suonpää

Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences


Wednesday June 23, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Bellevue

09:00 CEST

Experience Track (Session 1): Case Study Museum - MOOC Tutorials - Video Transcription/Translation
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/2q3Xd4FhKym4t2wXSCG5hT
  • Antonella Poce (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy), Maria Rosaria Re, Mara Valente (University of Roma Tre, Italy): Evaluating OERs in Museum education context. A collaborative online experience (30 min)
  • John Kerr (University of Glasgow, UK), Anja Lorenz (TH Lübeck, Germany), Sandra Schön, Martin Ebner (Graz University of Technology, Austria), Andreas Wittke (TH Lübeck, Germany): Open Tools and Methods to support the development of MOOCs: A Collection of How-tos, Monster Assignment and Kits (30 min)
  • Joseph Bethge, Sebastian Serth, Thomas Staubitz, Tobias Wuttke, Oliver Nordemann, Partha-Pratim Das, Christoph Meinel (Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany): Transpipe - A Pipeline for Automated Transcription and Translation of Videos (30 min)

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Staubitz,

Thomas Staubitz,

Senior Lecturer, HPI
Thomas is working with the Hasso Plattner Institute’s openHPI team since the start of the project in 2013. Currently, he’s mainly coordinating several research activities within the openHPI project, particularly, AI-Campus, eGov-Campus and Corship.His own research is focussing... Read More →
avatar for Anja Lorenz

Anja Lorenz

Instructional Designer and MOOC Maker, Technische Hochschule Lübeck
OER, BarCamps, Making, Podcasts
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute
avatar for Sebastian Serth

Sebastian Serth

Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
avatar for John Kerr

John Kerr

Learning Innovation Manager, University of Glasgow
Learning Innovation Manager at the University of GlasgowCreator of the MOOC Design Mapping Framework - https://www.gla.ac.uk/colleges/socialsciences/staff/learningandteaching/moocdesign/
avatar for Andreas Wittke

Andreas Wittke

Head of Platform & Blockchain Development, Lübeck Technical University Of Apllied Sciences
Andreas Wittke is Head of Platform & Blockchain Development at the Institute of Interactive Systems at Technical University of Applied Sciences Luebeck.Holding a degree in Electrical Engineering, Andreas is a specialist in the fields of Digital Transformation, Innovation and Educational... Read More →
avatar for Maria Rosaria Re

Maria Rosaria Re

PhD, Research fellow, Università Roma Tre, Dep. of Education, Centre for Museum Studies
avatar for Mara Valente

Mara Valente

Resercher fellow, Roma Tre University
I'm a research fellow at the Department of Education of University Roma Tre. I'm carrying out research activities regarding digital innovation in the education to the cultural heritage for the development of transversal skills and social inclusion. Since September 2019, I have been... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Sanssouci

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Belvedere

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Bellevue

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Sanssouci

11:00 CEST

Welche Rolle spielen MOOCs in der deutschen Hochschullandschaft?
Link zur dieser Session (für registrierte Teilnehmer): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/2TMnb2dBRAhfQG0VTXbkfD

Panel featured by Hochschulforum Digitalisierung - in German language

MOOCs sind zurück: 2020 haben sich mehr Menschen denn je bei den großen MOOC-Plattformen angemeldet, in Deutschland wie international. Das Online-Portal “Class Central” bezeichnete 2020 gar als “Second Year of the MOOC” nach dem Hype-Jahr 2012. Aber ist das eine nachhaltige Veränderung oder sehen wir nach der Pandemie einen steilen Abfall der Nutzendenzahlen? Welche Rolle haben MOOCs in der Pandemiezeit in Deutschland überhaupt gespielt? Und wie sieht ihre Zukunft in der Hochschulwelt aus? Diese Fragen möchten wir im Panel und mit dem Publikum diskutieren.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute


Wednesday June 23, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Belvedere

11:00 CEST

Experience Track (Session 2): Case Study Teaching - Learning Analytics Clustering - Supervising MOOCs
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/fK06IYTc2yBsPSS9j9GuY
  • Paker Doğu Özdemir, Caroline Fell Kurban, Zelha Tunç Pekkan (MEF University, Turkey): MOOC-based Online Instruction: A Case Study in Teacher Education
  • Mohammad Khalil (University of Bergen, Norway): Who are the Students of MOOCs? Experience from Learning Analytics Clustering Techniques
  • Dr. Eva Ponce, Sindhu Srinath, Laura Allegue (MIT CTL, USA): Integrating Community Teaching in MOOCs

Speakers

Wednesday June 23, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Sanssouci

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Wednesday June 23, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Belvedere

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Wednesday June 23, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Bellevue

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Wednesday June 23, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Sanssouci

13:30 CEST

Digital Education Made in Europe - Is there a Common Approach?

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Delgado Kloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Professor and Vice President, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute
avatar for Mauro Calise

Mauro Calise

Professor of Political Science, University of Naples Federico II, Director of Federica Web Learning
Professor of Political Science, University of Naples Federico II, and Past-President of the Società Italiana di Scienza Politica. He is the Editor of the Rivista of Digital Politics, www.digitalpolitics.it, and of the IPSA Web Portal for Electronic Sources. His international activities... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Mongenet

Catherine Mongenet

CEO, FUN-France
Catherine Mongenet is professor in Computer Science. From 2009 to 2012, she has been vice-president of the University of Strasbourg in charge of the digital strategy. In May 2013, she was appointed Policy Officer at the French Ministry of Higher Education in charge of the project... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 13:30 - 15:00 CEST
Bellevue

15:00 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:00 - 15:30 CEST
Belvedere

15:00 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:00 - 15:30 CEST
Bellevue

15:00 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:00 - 15:30 CEST
Sanssouci

15:30 CEST

Lernen.cloud - Die Fortbildungsplattform für Lehrkräfte. Ein Erfahrungsbericht
Link zur Session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/6i1rRLcYbVBHiXZads4UGT

Die Fortbildungsplattform Lernen.cloud vermittelt Lehrkräften deutschlandweit in kostenlosen und praxisnahen Onlinekursen Kompetenzen, um digitalen Schulalltag kreativ und effektiv zu gestalten. Die Kurse ermöglichen Fortbildung von jedem Ort zu jeder Zeit und bieten Hilfestellungen und Anregungen für die Unterrichtsgestaltung mit digitalen Mitteln und nach zeitgemäßen pädagogischen Konzepten.
In Zeiten der Kontaktbeschränkung hat die Plattform wesentlich dazu beigetragen, die Fortbildung unserer Lehrkräfte deutschlandweit auch im letzten Jahr aufrecht zu erhalten. Besonders die Lehrkräfte der HPI Schul-Cloud konnten so nahtlos mit wichtigen Informationen und neuen Unterrichtsmethoden versorgt werden.
In unserem Bericht zeigen wir Ihnen gerne, wie die Entwicklung der vergangenen Monate ein Sinnbild dessen darstellt, wie moderne Fortbildungen schon heute und in der Zukunft aussehen könnten.

Speakers
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Florian Sittig

Hasso Plattner Institute


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:30 - 16:30 CEST
Belvedere

15:30 CEST

Viral Education and new Business Models

Speakers
avatar for Mark Lester

Mark Lester

FourthRev
Mark is Chief Partnerships Officer at FourthRev, an edtech venture partnered with 10 of the top global technology companies that works with leading universities and employers to deliver programmes with direct pathways to qualifications and jobs in the digital economy.  Formerly... Read More →
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Gideon Shimshon

Queen Mary University, London
avatar for Dan Vigdor

Dan Vigdor

HackerU
Dan Vigdor is the Founder and Executive Chairman of HackerU, a world-leader in professional and continuing education designed to solve the digital skills shortage. HackerU partners with top-tier colleges and universities around the world to offer a turnkey solution (including all... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:30 - 16:30 CEST
Bellevue

15:30 CEST

International Track - Plenary Round Table: Perspectives of Global and Regional MOOC Providers

Speakers
avatar for Catherine Mongenet

Catherine Mongenet

CEO, FUN-France
Catherine Mongenet is professor in Computer Science. From 2009 to 2012, she has been vice-president of the University of Strasbourg in charge of the digital strategy. In May 2013, she was appointed Policy Officer at the French Ministry of Higher Education in charge of the project... Read More →
UK

Uma Kanjilal

IGNOU, India
avatar for Matt Jenner

Matt Jenner

FutureLearn, UK
SH

Sherif Halawa

Edraak, Jordan
avatar for Jeffrey Cross

Jeffrey Cross

Professor, Tokyo Tech, Japan
Jeffrey is a Professor, founder and general manager of Tokyo Tech's Online Education Development Office which produces MOOCs on edX in the TokyoTechX channel. He is interested in talking about MOOCs, open edX tools development, natural language processing of MOOCs, learning analytics... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 15:30 - 16:30 CEST
Sanssouci

16:00 CEST

L@S Opening Session

Speakers
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute
MP

Mar Perez-Sanagustin

Paul Sabatier University Toulouse III
avatar for Marcus Specht

Marcus Specht

Professor, TU Delft
Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht is Professor for Digital Education at the Technical University of Delft and Director of the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Center for Education and Learning. He received his Diploma in Psychology in 1995 and a Dissertation from the University of Trier in 1998 on adaptive... Read More →
AO

Amy Ogan

Carnegie Mellon University


Wednesday June 23, 2021 16:00 - 16:30 CEST
Bellevue

16:30 CEST

Keynote: Scale: A Window onto Universal Laws of Growth, Living and Dying in Organisms, Cities and Companies
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/78T4kPAOvd5JPhSYoEWL3S

Despite its extraordinary complexity and diversity, many of Life's characteristics scale with size in a surprisingly simple fashion: time-scales from lifespans to growth-rates, and sizes from genome lengths to tree heights, scale systematically and predictably with size. Remarkably, cities and companies also exhibit systematic scaling: wages, profits, patents, crime, disease, and roads all scale in an approximately “universal” fashion across the globe. The origin of these laws, which constrain much of the organisation and dynamics of Life, will be explained and related to the underlying generic principles of the networks that sustain life ranging from circulatory systems of mammals to social networks of cities and companies. Their dynamics, which transcend history, geography and culture, have potentially dramatic implications for growth, development and global sustainability.

Speakers
GW

Geoffrey West

Santa Fe Institute


Wednesday June 23, 2021 16:30 - 17:30 CEST
Bellevue

17:30 CEST

Smart Learning for Smart Working

Moderators
avatar for Valentina Reda

Valentina Reda

R&D and Strategic Partnerships, University of Naples Federico II, Federica Web Learning
Valentina Reda is a PhD in Political Science. She is head of R&D operations and Strategic Partnerships at the Federica Web Learning Centre of the University of Naples, Federico II (www.Federica.eu). She is responsible for the IPSAMOOC project, the first portfolio of online courses... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chris Dede

Chris Dede

Harvard’s Graduate School of Education
Chris Dede is the Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education (HGSE).  His fields of scholarship include emerging technologies, policy, and leadership. In 2011 he was named a Fellow of the American Educational Research Association... Read More →
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Phil Long

Center for New Designs and Learning at Georgetown University
Phil Long is a lapsed behavioral ecologist. He studied the evolution of avian mating systems because he thought humans were too complicated. He was wrong. Phil applied his training to study workplace transformation induced by new technologies in the mid-1980’s. Pivoting he joined... Read More →
avatar for Mark Brown

Mark Brown

Professor of Digital Learning, National Institute for Digital Learning at Dublin City University
Mark is Ireland’s first Professor of Digital Learning and Director of the National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL) at Dublin City University (DCU). He originally began his educational career as a primary teacher and now has over 25 years experience of working in Higher Education... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 17:30 - 19:00 CEST
Bellevue

17:30 CEST

L@S Session 1: Perspectives from North America
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/rmrOLGa1vyslt7amnqIzn
  • Mohi Reza, Juho Kim, Ananya Bhattacharjee, Anna N. Rafferty and Joseph Jay Williams: The MOOClet Framework: Unifying Experimentation, Dynamic Improvement, and Personalization in Online Courses
  • Andrew Olney: Generating Response-Specific Elaborated Feedback Using Long-Form Neural Question Answering
  • Ethan Prihar, Thanaporn Patikorn, Anthony F. Botelho, Adam Sales and Neil Heffernan: Toward Personalizing Students’ Education with Crowdsourced Tutoring
  • David Joyner, Akhil Mavilakandy, Ishaani Mittal, Denise Kutnick and Blair Macintyre: Content-Neutral Immersive Environments for Cultivating Scalable Camaraderie

Wednesday June 23, 2021 17:30 - 19:00 CEST
Sanssouci

19:00 CEST

Hybrid Learning and the Future of Teaching in HE

Moderators
avatar for Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Carlos Alario-Hoyos

Dr., Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Speakers
avatar for Susanna Sancassani

Susanna Sancassani

Managing Director METID, Politecnico di Milano
Susanna Sancassani is the Head of Unit of METID, the task force devoted to teaching and learning innovation at  POLITECNICO DI MILANO, where she is lecturer of the “Teaching methodologies, strategies and styles “ course at the PHD School.  One of the pioneer of digital learning... Read More →
avatar for Marija Verstelle

Marija Verstelle

Leiden University, TU Delft and Erasmus University Rotterdam
For 25 years, Marja Verstelle has been building bridges for innovation and education in a variety of roles. Currently astrailblazer and project manager for the strategic alliance between Leiden University, TU Delft and Erasmus University Rotterdam, and previously as programme manager... Read More →
avatar for Dan Avida

Dan Avida

Co-Founder and CEO, Engageli
Dan Avida is the Co-Founder and CEO of Engageli, an inclusive learning experience platform built for learning. Before launching Engageli, Dan worked with a variety of technology companies as an executive and/or board member for over three decades, including Decru and EFI. He was also... Read More →


Wednesday June 23, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 CEST
Bellevue

19:00 CEST

L@S Session 2 : Perspectives from US West Coast
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/63cin665ShNNJMcC2vJndw
  • Kavana Ramesh, Laton Vermette and Parmit Chilana: Setting up, Troubleshooting, and Innovating on the Delivery of Online Instruction: A Case Study of an LMS Q&A Forum
  • Karen D. Wang, Shima Salehi, Max Arseneault, Krishnan Nair and Carl Wieman: Automating the Assessment of Problem-solving Practices Using Log Data and Data Mining Techniques
  • Benjamin Xie, Matt J. Davidson, Baker Franke, Emily McLeod, Min Li and Amy J. Ko: Domain Experts' Interpretations of Assessment Bias in a Scaled, Online Computer Science Curriculum
  • Renzhe Yu, Hansol Lee and Rene Kizilcec: Should College Dropout Prediction Models Include Protected Attributes?

Wednesday June 23, 2021 19:00 - 20:30 CEST
Sanssouci

20:30 CEST

Keynote: Co-Evolution of Human Capabilities and Intelligent Technologies for Digital Education
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5HK8y717el6MhMjdlkVciA

There is much interest to advance digital technologies supporting teaching, learning and education. Yet, many ideas, e.g., implementing data and artificial intelligence in education, still lack systematic understanding of human learning process. Also, new kind of capabilities are needed that are necessary to succeed in a rapidly changing world. In my talk I introduce recent advancements
in research on socially shared regulation in learning which provides a framework for developing these competences. I discuss the role of technology in understanding and supporting socially shared regulation and conclude with future perspective how co-evolution of human capabilities and technologies can be enhanced for digital education.

Speakers
avatar for Sanna Järvelä

Sanna Järvelä

University of Oulu


Wednesday June 23, 2021 20:30 - 21:00 CEST
Bellevue
 
Thursday, June 24
 

09:00 CEST

International Track - MOOC based research & STEM education worldwide
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/95967067361?pwd=TUJDZTVwS1ViTVpyUXRNN2Jmc0w0QT09
  • Cheyvuth Seng, May Kristine Jonson Carlon, John Gayed, Jeffrey Cross: Long-term effects of short-term intervention using MOOCs for developing Cambodian undergraduate research skills
  • May Kristine Jonson Carlon, Mohamed Rami Gaddem, César Augusto Hernández Reyes, Toru Nagahama, Jeffrey Cross: Investigating mechanical engineering learners' satisfaction with a revised monozukuri MOOC
  • Victoria Belaga, Evgenii Dolgy, Dmitrii Kamanin, Ksenia Klygina, Diana Kocheva, Pavel Kochnev, Yuriy Panebrattsev, Georgy Rainovski, Pavel Semchukov, Anastasia Shahova, Nikita Sidorov, Georgii Tikhomirov, Ivan Vankov, Elena Vesna, Alisson Wyngaardt, Shaun Wyngaardt : Nuclear physics and engineering e-learning

Thursday June 24, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Bellevue

09:00 CEST

Moocs and Microcredentials: Emerging Policies at European and National Level

Moderators
avatar for Catherine Mongenet

Catherine Mongenet

CEO, FUN-France
Catherine Mongenet is professor in Computer Science. From 2009 to 2012, she has been vice-president of the University of Strasbourg in charge of the digital strategy. In May 2013, she was appointed Policy Officer at the French Ministry of Higher Education in charge of the project... Read More →

Speakers
KN

Koen Nomden

DG Employment
PL

Pierpaolo Limone

University of Foggia
avatar for Inger Langseth

Inger Langseth

Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Thursday June 24, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Belvedere

09:00 CEST

L@S Session 3: Perspectives from Oceania
  • Reza Hadi Mogavi, Yankun Zhao, Ehsan Ul Haq, Pan Hui and Xiaojuan Ma: Student Barriers to Active Learning in Synchronous Online Classes: Characterization, Reflections, and Suggestions
  • Jingting Li, Lin Ling and Chee Wei Tan: Blending Peer Instruction with Just-In-Time Teaching: Jointly Optimal Task Scheduling with Feedback for Classroom Flipping
  • Patrick Crain and Brian Bailey: What's the Point? How Scores Undermine Written Comments on Open-Ended Work
  • Ali Darvishi, Hassan Khosravi and Shazia Sadiq: Employing Peer Review to Evaluate the Quality of Student Generated Content at Scale: A Trust Propagation Approach

Thursday June 24, 2021 09:00 - 10:30 CEST
Sanssouci

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Belvedere

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Bellevue

10:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 10:30 - 11:00 CEST
Sanssouci

11:00 CEST

Experience Track (Session 3): MOOCs and COVID-19
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/kmapn3jAfwr4fNg6se6xY
  • Muhittin Şahin, Marc Egloffstein, Max Bothe, Tobias Rohloff, Nathanael Schenk, Florian Schwerer and Dirk Ifenthaler: Behavioural Patterns in Enterprise MOOCs at openSAP (30 min)
  • Shai Perach, Giora Alexandron (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel): A MOOC-based Computer Science Program for Middle School: Results, Challenges, and the COVID-19 Effect (30 min)
  • Virginia Katherine Blackwell, Mary Ellen Wiltrout (MIT, USA): Learning During COVID-19: Engagement and Attainment in an Introductory Biology MOOC (30 min)

Thursday June 24, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Sanssouci

11:00 CEST

Scalability of medical and public health education in low- and middle- income countries
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5Wn8D2k8gbRJVOIeBZavAJ

This session provides three examples from the work of organization ensuring access and equity to learning programs in the public health and medical education, with emphasis on improving access and scalability of learning reach in particular in low- and middle-income countries.
The session speakers are practitioners working in the public health and medical education fields and will be sharing interesting case studies from their previous work.
These learning interventions showcase how the organizations have been able to transfer scientifically backed knowledge in a fast and scalable way for the public health professionals and speakers will elaborate on the future plans for upscaling and innovating further in this learning domain.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Strehlow

Matthew Strehlow

Director Stanford Emergency Medicine International, Stanford University School of Medicine
avatar for Heini Utunen

Heini Utunen

COVID-19 online learning lead, World Health Organization
Ms Heini Utunen is in charge of the COVID-19 online learning response in the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Programme. Her other functions cover workforce capacity building, learning solutions and simulation exercise management. Mrs Utunen joined the WHO during the... Read More →
avatar for Titi Savitri

Titi Savitri

President/Associate Professor, SEARAME/Universitas Gadjah Mada


Thursday June 24, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Belvedere

11:00 CEST

International Track - Global MOOC analytics, impact, and instruction
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/1EbHtlxsRbiumVTADbslQA
  • Sa'Ar Karp Gershon, José A. Ruipérez Valiente, Giora Alexandron: MOOC Monetization Changes and Completion Rates: Are Learners from Countries of Different Development Status Equally Affected?
  • Johanna Koskinen, Anette Kairikko, Maija Suonpää: Hybrid MOOCs Enabling Global Collaboration
  • Fabian Suter: Delivering WASH education at scale: evidence from a global MOOC series

Thursday June 24, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Bellevue

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Thursday June 24, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Belvedere

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Thursday June 24, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Bellevue

12:30 CEST

Lunch
Thursday June 24, 2021 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
Sanssouci

13:30 CEST

Digital Medicine - Curriculum 4.0
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/4xz2jLOHPOQlQeYeFvAtZl

In the session „Digital Medicine – Curriculum 4.0” we will talk about the requirements in digital health education and current advances in the development of (online) courses aiming to teach digital and AI competencies. After short impulse talks from the speakers Prof. Anne Hermann-Werner, Prof. Sebastian Kuhn, Prof. Anne Moen, and Ms. Jenny Brandt (see below), we will talk about required competencies, current and future roles of EMOOCs, national and international differences, potential platforms, and discuss promises and risks from a global perspective. The audience is warmly invited to bring in their perspective, experience, and ideas for a Curriculum 4.0 in the framework of medical health education.

Short impulse talks:

Prof. Dr. Anne Herrmann-Werner (University of Tübingen): Quo vadis, 21st-century physician – Digital Competencies: challenges and opportunities
Prof. Dr. Anne Moen (University of Oslo): MOOC for strengthen systematic clinical assessment
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Kuhn (University of Bielefeld): Medicine in the Digital Age – Transformation by Education
Ms. Jenny Brandt (medical student at University of Mainz): Student perspective on digital and AI topics within medical education

Panel discussion

Moderation: Prof. Kerstin Ritter (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin), Prof. Bert Arnrich (HPI)

Moderators
BA

Bert Arnrich

Hasso Plattner Institute
KR

Kerstin Ritter

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Speakers
SK

Sebastian Kuhn

University of Bielefeld
avatar for Anne Hermann-Werner

Anne Hermann-Werner

University of Tübingen
avatar for Anne Moen

Anne Moen

University of Oslo
avatar for Jenny Brandt

Jenny Brandt

medical student, University of Mainz


Thursday June 24, 2021 13:30 - 15:00 CEST
Belvedere

13:30 CEST

International Track - Social change and MOOC adoption around the world
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/61GGvLXUZJ9wT9brQTPDj7
  • Julien Jacqmin: What drives enrollment in massive open online courses? Evidences from a french MOOC platform
  • Ana Moura Santos, Carlos Turro, Valeria Baudo, Paola Corti, Charlotta Nilsson: Fostering women to STEM MOOCs - The fostwom toolkit
  • Jorge Maldonado-Mahauad, Javier Valdiviezo, Juan Pablo Carvallo, Nicolay Samaniego: The MOOC-CEDIA observatory: Study of the current situation of MOOCs and strategies to improve their adoption in Ecuadorian Universities

Thursday June 24, 2021 13:30 - 15:00 CEST
Bellevue

15:00 CEST

The Big Fish in the Same Tank - Industry Insight from Leading MOOC Platforms

Speakers
AT

Anthony Tattersall

Vice President EMEA, Coursera
avatar for Justin Cooke

Justin Cooke

Chief Content and Partnerships Officer, FutureLearn


Thursday June 24, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 CEST
Bellevue

15:00 CEST

L@S Session 4: Perspectives from Europe & US
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/1e3PHoQ2XbKU3cu0uN5qTb
  • Farahnaz Soleimani and Jeonghyun Lee: Comparative analysis of the feature extraction approaches for predicting learners progress in online courses: MicroMasters credential versus traditional MOOCs
  • Ji Yong Cho, Yue Li, Marianne E. Krasny, Anne Armstrong, Alex Russ and René F. Kizilcec: Using Social Norms to Promote Applying Knowledge in Practice Outside of an Online Course
  • Jan Philip Bernius, Stephan Krusche and Bernd Bruegge: A machine learning approach for suggesting feedback in textual exercises in large courses
  • Anastasios Ntourmas, Nikolaos Avouris, Sophia Daskalaki and Yannis Dimitriadis: Classification of discussions in MOOC forums: an incremental modeling approach

Thursday June 24, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 CEST
Sanssouci

16:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 16:30 - 17:00 CEST
Belvedere

16:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 16:30 - 17:00 CEST
Bellevue

16:30 CEST

Coffee Break
What would a conference be without the coffee breaks? In the virtual space, too, we have created a place where you can exchange ideas and talk informally with all participants. In wonder.me you can choose different themed corners or just join a group of people you might know from another conference and video-chat with them.
Room for Coffee Breaks: https://www.wonder.me/r?id=a1aeb9a1-92d3-4659-a3f4-c37b9c41dec0


Thursday June 24, 2021 16:30 - 17:00 CEST
Sanssouci

17:00 CEST

The Governance Challenge for Digital Education

Moderators
avatar for Mauro Calise

Mauro Calise

Professor of Political Science, University of Naples Federico II, Director of Federica Web Learning
Professor of Political Science, University of Naples Federico II, and Past-President of the Società Italiana di Scienza Politica. He is the Editor of the Rivista of Digital Politics, www.digitalpolitics.it, and of the IPSA Web Portal for Electronic Sources. His international activities... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Leah Lommel

Leah Lommel

Vice President of EdPlus and COO of ASU Online, Arizona State University
avatar for Martin Wirsing

Martin Wirsing

Professor, LMU Munich
Martin Wirsing is a former vice president for teaching and studies of LMU Munich and full professor (em.) for Informatics. In 2016 he was awarded a degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) by Royal Holloway, University of London. He is co-author and editor of more than 20 books... Read More →
avatar for Anna Wood

Anna Wood

Managing Director of Online Education at Cambridge University Press
Anna is a higher education executive with extensive leadership experience across a broad range of professional services. Her senior management roles have focused upon areas which have either required transformation or start-up and growth. She is currently working as Managing Director... Read More →


Thursday June 24, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Bellevue

17:00 CEST

L@S Session 5: Perspectives from US East Coast
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/4vdPcJ7brYPEV3C6Tp40ri
  • Applying the Behavior Change Technique Taxonomy from Public Health Interventions to Educational Research
  • Examining the Effects of Student Participation and Performance on the Quality of Learnersourcing Multiple-Choice Questions
  • What’s In It for the Learners? Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment on Learnersourcing Questions in a MOOC

Thursday June 24, 2021 17:00 - 18:30 CEST
Sanssouci

18:30 CEST

18:30 CEST

18:30 CEST

20:30 CEST

Keynote: Revisiting Transparency and Fairness in Algorithmic Systems Through the Lens of Public Education and Engagement
Link to the session: https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/d7Z2WiyNkscIHUzuo7BDQ

The power, opacity, and bias of algorithmic systems have opened up new research areas for bringing transparency, fairness, and accountability into these systems. In this talk, I will revisit these lines of work, and argue that while they are critical to making algorithmic systems responsible, fresh perspectives are needed when these efforts fall short. I particularly discuss the necessity of algorithmic literacy and public education about the shortcomings of existing transparency and fairness efforts in algorithmic systems in order to enable everyday users to make more informed decisions in interactions with these systems.

First, I discuss how algorithmic transparency, when not designed carefully, can be more harmful than helpful, and that we need to inform users about the limitations of transparency mechanisms provided in algorithmic systems. Second, I will talk about the current approaches tackling algorithmic bias in algorithmic systems, including bias detection and bias mitigation, and their limitations. I particularly show that the current algorithm auditing techniques that mainly rely on experts, and are conducted outside of everyday use of algorithmic systems, fall short in detecting biases that emerge in real-world contexts of use, and in the presence of complex social dynamics over time. This leads to the idea of “everyday algorithm auditing” that involves educating and enabling everyday users to understand, detect and/or interrogate biased and harmful algorithmic behaviors via their day-to-day interactions with algorithmic systems. I then take a new perspective on the bias mitigation efforts that endeavor to bring fairness to algorithmic systems, and argue that there are many cases that mitigating algorithmic bias is quite challenging, if not impossible. I propose the concept of “bias transparency” that centers bias awareness in algorithmic systems, particularly in high-stakes decision-making systems, by educating the public about potential biases these systems can introduce to users’ decisions. I will end by discussing the importance of educating youth and fostering literacy around algorithmic systems from K-12 to prepare everyday users in their interactions with algorithmic systems.
                                                       
    

Speakers
avatar for Motahhare Eslami

Motahhare Eslami

Carnegie Mellon University
Motahhare Eslami is an assistant professor at the School of Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), and Institute for Software Research (ISR), at Carnegie Mellon University.  She earned her Ph.D. at the Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois... Read More →


Thursday June 24, 2021 20:30 - 21:15 CEST
Bellevue

21:15 CEST

Closing of L@S and EMOOCs conference

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Delgado Kloos

Carlos Delgado Kloos

Professor and Vice President, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
MP

Mar Perez-Sanagustin

Paul Sabatier University Toulouse III
avatar for Marcus Specht

Marcus Specht

Professor, TU Delft
Prof. Dr. Marcus Specht is Professor for Digital Education at the Technical University of Delft and Director of the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Center for Education and Learning. He received his Diploma in Psychology in 1995 and a Dissertation from the University of Trier in 1998 on adaptive... Read More →
AO

Amy Ogan

Carnegie Mellon University
avatar for Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel

Institute Director & CEO, Hasso Plattner Institute


Thursday June 24, 2021 21:15 - 21:45 CEST
Bellevue
 
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