All videos for this conference, previous conferences, meetups, and more can be found on our YouTube channel, http://openedx.org/youtube . Visit the channel to see interviews with many of the speakers done at this year’s conference.
Tuesday, 28 March (Tutorials aka Workshops)
Hands on Modern Mobile Dev for the Open edX Platform
2U’s Chief Platform Officer and founder of edX, guiding and furthering edX’s vision to increase access to high-quality education for everyone, everywhere. Agarwal brings his expertise in building powerful online learning platforms to align product and technology at edX, a 2U company, as it creates the world’s most comprehensive free-to-degree online learning marketplace.
Justin Reich is an educational researcher interested in the future of learning in a networked world. He is the Director of the MIT Teaching Systems Lab which aspires to design, implement and research the future of teacher learning. He is the author of Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can't Transform Education from Harvard University Press. He is the host of the TeachLab podcast, and five open online courses on edX. Justin is a former fellow and faculty associate of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.
Karl Fogel is an open source software developer, author, and consultant. He has been active in free and open source software since 1992. In 2005 he wrote Producing Open Source Software: How to Run a Successful Free Software Project (O’Reilly Media), based partly on his experiences in the Subversion open source version control system project.
He is a founding partner at Open Tech Strategies, LLC, where he helps organizations launch and engage with open source projects. He has worked at CollabNet, Google, Canonical, O’Reilly Media, and Code for America / Civic Commons, all as an open source specialist. He has also been an Open Internet Tools Project Fellow at the New America Foundation and a member of the board of directors of the Open Source Initiative. He is currently a member of the Apache Software Foundation and President of QuestionCopyright.org.