Keynote speakers 

Alejandro Tiana Ferrer 

Alejandro Tiana Ferrer is rector and professor of Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) and president of EADTU.

Diana Laurillard 

Diana Laurillard is professor of Learning with Digital Technologies at the London Knowledge Lab, UK.

Katie Goeman 

Katie Goeman holds a PhD in Social Sciences. She was appointed Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the KU Leuven (Campus Brussels). She investigates design and implementation issues regarding blended learning, and monitoring of ICT in education. To this end, she is also affiliated as a researcher with the Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the same university.

Willem van Valkenburg 

Willem van Valkenburg is working in educational technology since 2000. Currently he is member of the leadership of TU Delft Extension School and managing the production and delivery of all open, online and blended courses of the university. Willem is also Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Open Education Consortium.

He actively blogs on on education and technology and is a regular speaker at conferences around the world.

Liz Marr 

Liz has worked in UK Higher Education for almost 30 years, as a lecturer for 20 years and more latterly as part of the senior management of the Open University UK. She has oversight of the University’s access curriculum and Open Programme, the MA online and distance education (MAODE), Academic Professional Development, the development of research and scholarship in the areas of widening access and inclusion and overall responsibility for the University’s UK and international validation partnerships, including private and alternative providers. She is managing editor of the international journal Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning and an editorial board member of Learning and Teaching in the International Social Sciences.



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