Open registration for the 2016 summit

Registration is now open for the June 13-16th 2016 World Learning Summit. As announced at the Stanford 2015 summit close in May 2015, the summit in 2016 promises to be an equally wide-ranging event, with high-level keynote speakers and intens interactions. Please find information about the event here: www.wls.futurelearningab.org We are very happy to announce[…]

MIT professor Dr. Shigeru Miyagawa to keynote FLS 2020

We´re happy to present Dr. Shigeru Miyagawa, Professor, MIT and UTokyo as opening keynote speaker on Friday May 29th 2015, as we kick off our conference Future Learning Summit 2020.  Dr. Miyagawa is professor at MIT and for the past several years also  UTokyo. He was on the original MIT team that proposed OpenCourseWare and he[…]

Eden 2015: Expanding Learning Scenarios

A conference to check out — PhD´ers: An interesting network to begin with, the EDEN network hosts an annual conference that is well worth looking into for future learners in the Nordic region. There are tons of great conferences out there. This one is a favorite because it combines two elements: A better view of[…]

Upcoming spring Roundtable

Here is a note on the upcoming Spring Roundtable on the globalization of learning, hosted by Future Learning Lab, HStar Institute Stanford University and Zephyr Institute in Palo Alto. The Roundtable will ideally organize between 50 100 people from Silicon Valley and invited guests. The event is booked for a Stanford venue, but we are[…]

2015 Conference notes

Mid November 2015: Following up on our September – October 2014 workshop at Stanford University, the Future Learning Network will be hosting our annual 2015 conference around the same time and theme: Imagine Classrooms of Tomorrow. At the workshop in 2014, we invited a range of different perspectives – brought up and presented by academics,[…]