LWMOOCS
Learning with MOOCS

Upcoming: LWMOOCS VII 2020, 30 September – 2 October, 2020, Antigua, Guatemala

LWMOOCS2020

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LWMOOCS Steering Committee

  • Manuel Castro, UNED, Spain, chair
  • Anant Agarwal, edX, USA, past-chair
  • Carlos Delgado-Kloos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
  • Armando Fox, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Rocael Hernandez, Galileo University, Guatemala
  • Russ Meier, MSoE, USA
  • Barbara Oakley, Oakland University, USA
  • Justin Reich, MIT, USA
  • Jose A. Ruiperez-Valiente, MIT, USA
  • Henrique Santos, University of Minho, Portugal, VP of Conferences of IEEE Education Society
  • George Siemens, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
  • Jim Sluss, University of Oklahoma - Tulsa, USA

Past Steering Committee members

  • Jeff Haywood, The University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Saman Amarasinghe, MIT, USA
  • Daniela Rus, MIT, USA
  • Sebastian Thrun, Stanford University, Udacity, USA
  • Daphne Koller, Coursera, USA

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Past Conferences

LWMOOCS VI – 2019
Milwaukee, WI, USA

Chair

  • Russ Meier, IEEE Education Society, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), USA

Keynotes

  • Kerrie Douglas, Assistant Professor, Purdue University, USA
  • Zachary A. Pardos, Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Kristina Wilson, Learning Developer, Fox Valley Technical College System, USA
  • Bonnie Tomlin, Learning Developer, Fox Valley Technical College System, USA
  • K. Holly Shiflett, PhD, Director, North American Partnerships, FutureLearn, USA/UK
  • Carina S. González, Assistant Professor, Universidad de La Laguna/Open University of Catalonia, Spain
  • Miguel Amigot, Chief Technology Officer, IBL Education, USA

Website

http://lwmoocs-conference.org/lwmoocs2019/

Proceedings

ISBN: 978-1-7281-2549-7
Link: Not yet available.

LWMOOCS V – 2018
UNED, Madrid, Spain

Chairs

  • Manuel Castro, UNED, Madrid, Spain
  • Edmundo Tovar, UPM, Madrid, Spain

Keynotes

  • Anant Agarwal, CEO, edX
  • Matt Tearle, Principle Training Content Developer, Training Services, MathWorks
  • Simon Nelson, CEO, FutureLearn
  • Zvi Galil, Dean, Georgia Tech
  • Jamie Merisotis, CEO, Lumina Foundation
  • Barbara Oakley, Professor, Oakland University

Website

http://lwmoocs-conference.org/lwmoocs2018/

Proceedings

ISBN: 978-1-5386-6533-6
Link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=8515682

LWMOOCS IV – 2017
The University of Texas at Austin

Chairs

  • Carolyn Rose, Professor, Human-Computer Interaction Institute Language Technologies Institute, CMU
  • Anne Trumbore, Senior Director, Wharton Online at The Wharton School
  • Harrison Keller, Deputy to the President, for Strategy & Policy

Keynotes

  • Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX

Website

https://learningwithmoocs2017.org/

LWMOOCS III – 2016
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Chairs

  • George Siemens, Professor and Executive Director of the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge Research Lab at University of Texas
  • Vincent Price, Provost of the University of Pennsylvania and Steven H. Chaffee Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication

Keynotes

  • Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code
  • Angela Duckworth, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania

Website

http://www.learningwithmoocs2016.org/

LWMOOCS II – 2015
Columbia University & Teachers College, New York City, USA

Chairs

  • Maurice Matiz, CTL, Columbia University (General Chair)
  • Peter B. Kaufman, CTL, Columbia University (General Chair)
  • George Schuessler, Teachers College, Columbia University (General Co-Chair)
  • Ryan Baker, Learning Analytics, Teachers College (Program Chair)
  • Dragan Gasevic, University of Edinburgh (Program Chair)
  • Elle Yuan Wang, Teachers College, Columbia University (Program Co-Chair)

Keynotes

  • George Siemens, University of Texas, Arlington, USA (Opening Keynote)
  • Mike Sharples, Open University, UK (Keynote Address)

Website

http://www.learningwithmoocs2015.org/

LWMOOCS I – 2014
Cambridge, MA, USA

Chairs

  • Saman Amarasinghe, MIT (General Chair)
  • Candace Thille, Stanford (Program Chair)
  • Ross Strader, Stanford (Co-Program Chair)

Keynotes

  • Susan Singer, National Science Foundation
  • Cathy Casserly, Hewlett Foundation
  • Richard Clark, University of Southern California

Website

http://www.moocworkshop.org/

Awards

Meritorious Service Award

This prize is awarded for outstanding contributions to the administrative and management efforts for the conference.

  • Prize: Plaque and Certificate
  • Funding: Funded by the IEEE Education Society
  • Eligibility: Must be a member of the IEEE and preferably a member of the IEEE Education Society
  • Basis for Judging: Dedication, effort and contributions to the conference as judged by the conference Steering Committee members
  • Presentation: Opening Ceremony of the annual conference

Best Paper Awards

Best Paper Awards from the technical program are given to both students (Best Student Paper) and non-student presenters (Best Paper):

  • Prize: Certificate
  • Eligibility: Authors of presented submissions in the technical program
  • Basis for Judging: Review results and session chair evaluation of the quality, originality, and attractiveness of the conference presentation
  • Presentation: Closing Ceremony of the annual conference.

Best Lightning Speaker Award

The Best Lightning Speaker Award is awarded for outstanding presentation by one of the invited Lightning Speakers.

  • Prize: Certificate.
  • Eligibility: Invited Lightning Speakers
  • Basis for Judging: Voting by the conference participants evaluating the quality, originality, and attractiveness of the conference presentation
  • Presentation: Closing Ceremony of the annual conference

Award Winners

The winners of these awards are to be found on the respective conference website.

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