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Keynote Speakers

Prof John Traxler

Professor of Mobile Learning

John Traxler is Professor of Mobile Learning, probably the world’s first and a full UK professor, and Director of the Learning Lab at the University of Wolverhampton. He is an honorary member of the Interdisciplinary Science, Education, Technologies and Learning group at the University of Glasgow. He is a Founding Director and Vice-President of the International Association for Mobile Learning, Executive Committee Member of the USAID mEducation Alliance, Associate Editor of the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning and of Interactive Learning Environments.
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Geoff Stead

Head of Mobile Learning, Qualcomm

Geoff is the Head of Mobile Learning at Qualcomm, working internally to empower staff, and externally to encourage more effective use of mobile learning for all. His team works with cutting edge mobile technologies to explore and champion how they should be used for learning. One of the founders of Mobile Learning, he has been creating innovative mobile tools and techniques with educators across the globe since 2001.
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Daphne Koller

Professor of Computer Science;
Co-Founder and co-CEO, Coursera

She is the Rajeev Motwani Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University and the co-founder of Coursera, a social entrepreneurship company that works with top universities to make the best education accessible to everyone around the world, for free. In her research life, Daphne works in the area of machine learning and probabilistic modeling, with applications to computer vision, systems biology, and personalized medicine.
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Grainne Conole

Director, Beyond Distance Research Alliance,
University of Leicester

Gráinne Conole is the Professor of Learning Innovation and Director of the Beyond Distance Research Alliance at the University of Leicester. She was previously Professor of E-Learning in the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University, UK. Her research interests include the use, integration and evaluation of Information and Communication Technologies and e-learning and the impact of technologies on organisational change. Two of her current areas of interest are how learning design can help in creating more engaging learning activities and on Open Educational Resources research. Updates on current research and reflections on e-learning research generally can be found on her blog www.e4innovation.com.
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