Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Charlie Reisinger

Charlie Reisinger

Advocate for Open Source in Education

Charlie Reisinger is the IT Director at Penn Manor School District in beautiful Lancaster County Pennsylvania. He leads district instructional technology programs and school enterprise technical operations. He recently launched Pennsylvania's largest high school 1:1 student laptop learning program using Linux and open source software exclusively. More about Charlie.

Talk Lessons from the Open Source Schoolhouse
Twitter @charlie3

Martin Dougiamas

Martin Dougiamas

Founder & CEO, Moodle

Martin Dougiamas is best known as the founder of Moodle, and leading the team of software developers at the heart of the Moodle project. Martin has a mixed academic background with post-graduate degrees in Computer Science and Education, and his major goal for the future is to improve the quality of education by encouraging social constructionist and collaborative practices within online learning communities.

Talk Future of Moodle
Twitter @moodler

David Ernst

David Ernst 

Chief Information Officer, College of Education and Human Development

David Ernst is a graduate faculty and the Chief Information Officer in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. David is the Director of the Centre for Open Education and the Executive Director of the Open Textbook Network, which works to improve higher education through the advancement of open textbooks.

Talk Open Textbooks: Let Us Begin
Twitter @dernst

Invited Speakers

Elizabeth Dalton

Elizabeth Dalton

Learning Management System Administrator, Granite State College

Elizabeth Dalton is a doctoral student in Education at the University of New Hampshire, where she attempts to interpret the numbers of quantitative research using a variety of metaphors of human experience and learning. She is also the Moodle system administrator at Granite State College, a public college focusing on the needs of adult students, where the majority of enrollments are in fully online courses hosted in Moodle. Sometimes she teaches college courses in statistics, in which she always learns a lot from her students.

Talk Beyond Counting Clicks: Validating Learning Analytics to Support Student Success
Twitter @edalton_GSC

Kirstin Daniels

Kristin Daniels

Innovation Coordinator, Cambridge-Isanti Schools

Kristin Daniels is the Innovation Coordinator for Cambridge-Isanti Schools. She works with K-12 teachers in workshop, coaching and conference settings and challenges them to reexamine their role as teachers in a technology-rich, information age. She has co-designed and implemented FlippedPD, a model of professional development that utilizes digital resources along with a job-embedded coaching model to create personalized professional development for teachers.

Talk The (non) Magic of Technology
Twitter @kadaniels

Master of Ceremonies

Michelle Moore

Michelle Moore

Educational Consultant, eLearning Consultancy

Michelle Moore, an educational consultant and unabashed Moodle evangelist, has helped hundreds of educators and trainers learn to take full advantage of Moodle's features to design exceptional online learning experiences. Michelle speaks regularly on the use of Moodle with a strong emphasis on pedagogy and best practices. Michelle is also pursuing a doctorate in Learning Technologies where she is actively exploring constructivist teaching methods in online education. More about Michelle.

Twitter @michelledmoore


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