3 NOVEMBER 2015

 3 November 2015
Tuesday 3 November Morning: Plenary Session
0800-0900Registration in the Foyer of The Gateaway Resort
Morning Plenary Session at Main Banquet
0900-0915Welcome and Introduction, Chair, ASEM LLL Hub, Professor Claus Holm
0915-0930Opening Speech by Dinesh Singh, University of Delhi
0930-0945Opening Speech by Attaché Kristoffer Brix Bertelsen, Danish Innovation Centre, Embassy of Denmark, India
0945-0955Opening Remarks by Karsten Warnecke, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
0955-1000Introduction to themes and profiles of the keynote speakers, Chair, ASEM LLL Hub, Professor Claus Holm
1000-1045Keynote 1: Addressing the various lifelong learning needs in ASEAN countries: To what extent is MOOCs/E-learning the solution?
Le Huy Lam, Director SEAMEO CELLL, Vietnam
1045-1115Coffee break at Bargad Hall
1115-1200Keynote 2: Digital Cultures and Lifelong Learning
Professor Jeremy Knox, University of Edinburgh, UK
1200-1230Open discussion with the keynote speakers. Chair: Professor Claus Holm
1230-1330Lunch at Bargad Hall

1330-1500 Session 1: Two parallel seminars

1330-1500Seminar A at Banquet 1: Questioning the contribution of MOOCs. Chair: Syed Yusuf Shah, International Institute of Adult Education and Lifelong Education, India
A1: Massive Open Online Courses as Disruptive Innovation: Possibility to Help Educational Challenges in Current Times?
Alena Ilavska, Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia
A2: Whether you MOOC it or not, Learning is Self-Directed
Juvy Lizette Gervacio, University of the Philippines Open University, the Philippines
A3: Digital Scholarship in Higher Education: Assessing Options and Returns
Madhulika Kaushik, Wawasan Open University, Malaysia
A4: MOOCs – Breaking new ground, Building on the history of online learning
Lars Birch Andreasen, Aalborg University, Denmark
  
1330-1500Seminar B at Banquet 3: Quality assurance of MOOCs. Chair: Roumiana Peytcheva-Forsyth, Sofia University, Bulgaria
B1: Towards an Open Education Area between Asia and Europe: Policy and Institutional Recommendations
Jan Pawlowski, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
B2: Developing a portal to deliver MOOC for distance education in Asia
Taerim Lee, Korea National Open University, Korea
B3: Quality Assurance of Japanese MOOCs: from the experiences in JMOOC and OUJ-MOOC
Tsuneo Yamada, Open University of Japan, Japan
  
1500-1530Coffee break at Bargad Hall
 

1530-1700 Session 2: Two parallel seminars

1530-1700Seminar C at Banquet 1: Instructional Design of MOOCs. Chair: Inés Gil-Jaurena, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain
C1: Designing MOOCs: from the experiences at an open university
Bowon Kim, Korea National Open University, Korea
C2: The Changing Landscape of Learning in Higher Education: MOOCs and Beyond
Karanam Pushpanadham, The M.S. University of Baroda, India
C3: Designing MOOCs Towards Globalised Lifelong Learning Architecture
Norazah Nordin, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
1530-1700Seminar D at Banquet 3: A Nordic Approach to e-Learning. Chair: Jan Pawlowski, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
D1: Educating teachers for the future? Teacher training institutions’ approaches towards enhancing professional digital competence in the teacher profession
Cathrine Tømte, Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Norway
D2: Designs for digital self-directed learning: Openings and boundaries
Mie Buhl, Aalborg University, Denmark
D3: Nomadic education in localized open online course
Jeanette Eriksson & Kristina von Hausswolff, Malmö University, Sweden
1900-2100Cultural Dinner
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