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Keynote Presentations

Opening address (Professor Denise Bradley, AC)

A Moving Target? Open and Distance Education in 2011 [1]

Australian and New Zealand keynote panel

Distance Education in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Challenges and Opportunities (Associate Professor Mark Brown)[2]
OUA: Ongoing Online Evolution of Challenges and Opportunities (Dr Michael Crock)[3]
This discovery of yours will create forgetfulness in the learners. They will be hearers of many things, will appear to be omniscient, and will generally know nothing. (Colin Latchem)[4]
The distinctiveness of Australian Distance Education – the present and the next decade (Emeritus Professor Bruce King)[5]

Tuesday Afternoon Keynote Address

Technological Challenges and Opportunities of Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogies (Terry Anderson)[6]

Wednesday 15 February Morning Keynote Address

The Geography of Distance Education Research - Bibliographic Characteristics of a Journal Network (Olaf Zawacki-Richter)[7]

Thursday 17 February Morning Keynote Address

The critical role of teachers in optimizing technologies for open learning (Dr Dianne Laurillard)[8]

Thursday Afternoon Keynote Address

Mobile learning: Hype or evidenced impact for higher education(Mohamed Ally)[9]

Friday 18 February Morning Keynote Address

A Story of Ox Carts and Airplanes: Converging the Promise and Reality of eLearning (Dr Phil Ice)[10]

Friday Afternoon Keynote Address

Social inclusion or exclusion: What do we already know about the learning patterns of socially excluded groups and what does Web 2.0 offer that is different for the distance learner? (Gráinne Conole)[11]

Friday Afternoon Final Plenary Wrap Up

Education 2011-2021 Summit: Key opportunities and challenges (Dr Don Olcott)[12]