Interview with Nelly Ben Hayoun

Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun Speaking at NASA Ames research center This year's OEB is all about the skills people need to survive and prosper in a new age of uncertainty. Conference participants will be asked to co...

Using data to promote student success

Advertorial by OEB Silver Sponsor DXTERA INSTITUTESM   The DXtera Institute is a non-profit organisation that uses student data to promote student success rates in colleges and universities. The ...

The OEB 2015 Debate: “the forgotten basics”

Under the chairmanship of Dr Harold Elletson, the motion posed in this year’s plenary debate was 'This House believes 21st Century skills aren’t being taught - and they should be’. The future of education and technology was, of course, at the forefront of the ...

David Price Twitter chat highlights

OEB 2015 keynote speaker David Price, a learning futurist and best-selling author, hosted a Twitter chat around the theme: How will we work, live and learn in the future?   Co-founder of the culture ...
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What do we want? Web literacy, now!

Mozilla's Open Badges Is the web of the future a weird and wild place, chaotic and slightly frightening; or is it a happier place where strangers collaborate to teach and learn from one another? A bit of both, says the Mozilla Foundation’s Mark Surman, whe...
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What’s the media got to do with education?

When I decided to register for the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2014, I did so with slight apprehension. The theme, “From Information to Participation: Challenges for the Media”, sounded interesting – espe...