The Innovations in Tertiary Education Delivery Summit 2014
How will technology change the nature of tertiary teaching and learning in the next ten to twenty years?
What are the challenges of changing delivery and uptake of education for existing institutions?
The Innovations in Tertiary Education Delivery Summit 2014 has been arranged in order to provide an opportunity for key decision makers and influencers, from across New Zealand’s tertiary education and business sectors, to engage with the challenges and opportunities offered by new forms of tertiary education delivery that are enabled through technological change.
The Summit is running over 5 and 6 June at the Auckland Museum. ITES2014 will include a mix of presentations from world-leading experts in new techniques and methods for delivering tertiary education, and participant workshops that will allow delegates to fully immerse themselves with the issues in this exciting field.
We are very happy to announce that thanks to sponsorship of some of the speakers by our tertiary education sector partners our keynote speakers include:
Salman Khan - Founder of Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a world-leading not-for-profit educational organization started by Salman Khan in 2008. It provides free online materials covering subjects ranging from maths and finance to history and art. The site consists of thousands of bite-sized videos, step-by-step problems, and instant data providing a rich and engaging learning experience. Mr Khan is widely heralded as a pioneer of online learning, and in 2012, was included in Time Magazine’s world’s 100 most influential people.
Christian Long is an educator, school planner, technology expert and advocate for innovative learning communities. He was the founder of Be Playful, a collaborative global design agency focused on the intersection between school planning/design, emerging technology, and future trending. He has an interest in how to design the learning of the future.
Stephen Haggard is an independent consultant in new media and technology. He has been involved in delivering strategy and execution for governments, tech companies, universities, charities and media companies. He is the author of The Maturing of the MOOC. Literature Review of Massive Open Online Courses and Other Forms of Distance Learning.
Professor Jim Barber was, until recently, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England (New South Wales, Australia).
Simon Nelson is the CEO of the UK-based MOOC, FutureLearnCEO of UK-based MOOC, FutureLearn
The Ministry of Education is organising the event on behalf of the Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment. We would like to thank the following organisations who are also contributing financially or in-kind:
- Massey University
- The University of Auckland
- Eastern Institute of Technology
- Ako Aotearoa
- Tertiary Education Commission
- New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Attendance at the Summit is by invitation and we ask people to contact ITES.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Download the full programme below: