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Global MOOC Conference
co-hosted by Tsinghua University and UNESCO IITE


“Learning Revolution & Higher Education Transformation”
Sub-forum 1 & 2: 9 December 2020
Sub-forum 3 & 4: 10 December 2020
Main conference: 11 December 2020





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【世界慕课大会介绍】


2019年的中国慕课大会以“识变、应变、求变”为主题,回顾和总结了在新一轮科技革命和产业变革浪潮的大背景下,以慕课为代表的教育新形态正在深刻改变中国高等教育的理念、经验和模式,得到了来自联合国教科文组织、全球高校与在线教育平台等机构的高度肯定和认可。


2020年,清华大学与联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所将于12月9-11日共同主办以“学习革命与高等教育变革”为主题的世界慕课大会。大会旨在应对互联网、虚拟互联时代、以及全球肆虐的新冠疫情为全球教育带来的挑战与机遇。在这个前所未有的时刻,世界慕课大会将携手全球大学和在线教育平台,通力合作、共商对策。会议宗旨包括:


·   推广慕课与在线教育的优质资源与成功案例;


·   探索前沿科技在塑造高等教育未来中的作用;


·   鼓励开展教育技术创新国际合作;


·   为共同推动联合国可持续发展目标4的实现奠定基础。


 
【会议安排】


世界慕课大会主会议
会议主题:学习革命与高等教育变革
会议时间:2020年12月11日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
主办单位:清华大学、联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所


 


分论坛一  慕课平台推动学习革命
会议时间:2020年12月9日,17:00-19:00(北京时间)
承办单位:清华大学、学堂在线、爱课程


 


分论坛二  虚拟仿真:信息技术与教学变革
会议时间:2020年12月9日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
承办单位:中国虚拟仿真实验教学创新联盟


 


分论坛三  慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作
会议时间:2020年12月10日,17:00-19:00(北京时间)
承办单位:联合国教科文高等教育创新中心


 


分论坛四  慕课:以学习革命推动大学教育变革
会议时间:2020年12月10日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
承办单位:教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会


 



世界慕课大会主会议
会议主题:学习革命与高等教育变革
会议时间:2020年12月11日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
主办单位:清华大学、联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所


 


会议主题:
学习革命与高等教育变革
会议时间:
12月11日 20:00-22:30(北京时间)
12月11日 13:00-15:30(巴黎时间)
12月11日 15:00-17:30(莫斯科时间)
会议地点:
清华大学主楼后厅
主办单位:
清华大学、联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所


20:00-20:10(GMT+8)
大会开幕


20:10-20:25(GMT+8)
开幕致辞
· 邱勇,清华大学校长
· 斯蒂芬妮亚·贾尼尼(Stefania Giannini),联合国教科文组织教育助理总干事
· 安德烈亚斯·施莱歇尔(Andreas Schleicher),经济合作与发展组织教育技能司司长


20:25-20:45(GMT+8)
主旨报告
· 陈宝生,中华人民共和国教育部部长


20:45-21:00(GMT+8)
世界慕课联盟发布


21:00-21:15(GMT+8)
宣读《慕课发展北京宣言》
· 展涛,联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所所长


21:15-21:30(GMT+8)
中韩两国四地同上一堂课
· “空间微流控芯片细菌检测技术与实验”


21:30-22:25(GMT+8)
主题演讲
· 斯维特兰娜·柯妮亚杰娃(Svetlana Knyazeva),联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所数字化教学和学习
  材料部门主任
· 阿南特·阿加瓦尔(Anant Agarwal),edX创始人兼首席执行官
· 尼古拉·克罗帕切夫(Nikolay Kropachev),圣彼得堡国立大学校长
· 埃尼奥·维瓦尔第(Ennio Vivaldi),智利大学校长
· 史蒂芬·齐亚玛(Stephen Kiama),内罗毕大学校长
· 吴岩,中华人民共和国教育部高等教育司司长


22:25-22:30(GMT+8)
大会闭幕









分论坛一  慕课平台推动学习革命
会议时间:2020年12月9日,17:00-19:00(北京时间)
承办单位:清华大学、学堂在线、爱课程


题:
慕课平台推动学习革命
会议时间:
12月9日 17:00-18:35(北京时间)
12月9日 09:00-10:35(伦敦时间)
12月9日 12:00-13:35(莫斯科时间)
12月9日 16:00-17:35(曼谷时间)
12月9日 19:30-21:05(阿德莱德时间)
承办单位:
清华大学、学堂在线、爱课程


17:00-17:08(GMT+8)
致开幕词及介绍参会嘉宾
· 展涛,联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所所长
· 杨斌,清华大学副校长,教务长


17:08-17:40(GMT+8)
主题报告
“就个人想法和经验,分享关于慕课和在线科技在过去和未来如何成功推动学习革命。”
· 史静寰,清华大学教育研究院教授兼学术委员会主席
· 乔治·西蒙斯(George Siemens),MOOC的创建者和奠基人之一,德克萨斯大学阿灵顿分校LINK研究实验室负责人;南澳大学学习变化和复杂性中心(C3L)联合负责人
· 吉迪恩·希姆森(Gideon Shimshon),伦敦玛丽女王大学副校长(数字学习)
· François Taddei,法国巴黎交叉创新研究院(CRI)创始院长


17:40-18:20(GMT+8)
圆桌论坛
“MOOC与在线教育平台的过去,现在和未来”
(按照各机构英文名称首字母排序)
· FutureLearn,David Granzow,亚太区负责人
· iCourse(中国大学慕课MOOC),韩筠,高等教育出版社副总编辑,爱课程(中国大学慕课MOOC)主管社领导
· ThaiMOOC,Jintavee Khlaisang,副主任
· UMOOCs,徐一洁,中国高校外语慕课联盟副秘书长
· XuetangX,王帅国,学堂在线总裁


18:20-18:35(GMT+8)
结束
· 汪利兵,联合国教科文组织亚太地区教育局教育创新与技能发展部负责人


 

分论坛二  虚拟仿真:信息技术与教学变革
会议时间:2020年12月9日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
承办单位:中国虚拟仿真实验教学创新联盟
题:
虚拟仿真:信息技术与教学变革
会议时间:
12月9日 20:00-22:25(北京时间)
12月9日 13:00-15:25(巴黎时间)
12月9日 15:00-17:25(莫斯科时间)
承办单位:
中国虚拟仿真实验教学创新联盟


20:00-20:05(GMT+8)
论坛开幕
· 李文新,北京大学教授


20:05-20:15(GMT+8)
开幕致辞
· 王希勤,清华大学常务副校长


20:15-21:50(GMT+8)
主题报告
· 爱德华·克劳利(Edward F. Crawley),麻省理工学院教授
· 乔安娜·皮尔克(Johanna Pirker),奥地利格拉茨工业大学副教授
· 黄荣怀,北京师范大学教授
· 米娜·约翰逊(Mina Johnson),美国亚利桑那州立大学教授
· 詹姆斯·比尔特(James Birt),澳大利亚邦德大学副教授
· 范文慧,清华大学教授
· 阿戈斯蒂诺G·布鲁佐内(Agostino G · Bruzzone),意大利热那亚大学教授
· 蔡奕渔(CAI Yiyu),新加坡南洋理工大学副教授
· 覃京燕,北京科技大学教授


21:50-22:20(GMT+8)
智能网联汽车设计和飞行器设计与仿真赛项介绍
· 江永亨,清华大学副教授
· 刘虎,北京航空航天大学教授


22:20-22:25(GMT+8)
论坛闭幕
· 李文新,北京大学教授
 





分论坛三  慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作
会议时间:2020年12月10日,17:00-19:00(北京时间)
承办单位:联合国教科文高等教育创新中心
题:
慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作
会议时间:
12月10日 17:00-19:00(北京时间)
12月10日 10:00-12:00(巴黎时间)
12月10日 13:00-15:00(莫斯科时间)
承办单位:
联合国教科文高等教育创新中心
环节一:主题报告
主持人:
赵建华,南方科技大学教授,高等教育研究中心副主任


17:00-17:45(GMT+8)
· 苗逢春
  联合国教科文组织教育信息化处主任
· 李铭
  联合国教科文组织高等教育创新中心主任,教授
· 林质彬
  联合国教科文组织高等教育创新中心国际网络教育学院首席专家
  香港教育大学讲座教授
· Diana Laurillord
  伦敦大学学院知识实验室数字技术学习教授
· 张东晓
  南方科技大学副校长、教务长,教授
环节二:亚非地区的慕课发展
主持人:
苗逢春,联合国教科文组织教育信息化处主任


17:45-18:50(GMT+8)
· Moustafa Hassan
  阿联酋智慧大学副校长,教授
· Melinda dP. Bandalaria
  菲律宾大学 - 开放大学校长,教授
· 郑庆华
  中国西安交通大学副校长,教授
· Zaidatun Tasir
  马来西亚科技大学社会科学和人文学院院长,教授
· Tariq Naeem
  巴基斯坦虚拟大学校长
· LOBO Laby Clément
  科特迪瓦虚拟大学教育技术专家,教育技术副主任
环节三:圆桌讨论(问答)
主持人:
展涛,联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所所长


18:50-19:00(GMT+8)
· 吴博
  爱课程负责人,高等教育出版社在线开放课程研发与运营部主任
· 孙可舟
  学堂在线副总裁
· Tariq Naeem
  巴基斯坦虚拟大学校长
· LOBO Laby Clément
  科特迪瓦虚拟大学教育技术专家,教育技术副主任
· 吴林托
  华为企业业务部人才生态发展部总监








分论坛四  慕课:以学习革命推动大学教育变革
会议时间:2020年12月10日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
承办单位:教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会
题:
慕课:以学习革命推动大学教育变革
会议时间:
12月10日 20:00-22:00(北京时间)
12月10日 13:00-15:00(巴黎时间)
12月10日 15:00-17:00(莫斯科时间)
承办单位:
教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会
第一部分:各国在线教育与MOOC的战略与经验
主持人:
徐晓飞,哈尔滨工业大学副校长,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会副主任


20:00-20:10(GMT+8)
主题报告:中国高校建设慕课与在线教育的策略与经验及应对疫情开展在线教学的行动
· 杨宗凯,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会主任


20:10-20:20(GMT+8)
主题报告:英国与欧洲国家在线教育策略及高校应对疫情开展在线教学的经验
· Danielle George,英国曼彻斯特大学科学与工程学部教学副主任


20:20-20:30(GMT+8)
主题报告:Open education development in Mongolia and Mongolian University of Science and Technology
· Ganbat Danaa,蒙古科技大学开放教育中心主任
第二部分:在线教育与慕课的成功实践案例
主持人:
孙茂松,清华大学人工智能研究院常务副院长,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会副主任


20:30-20:40(GMT+8)
主题报告:The practice and experiences of Chinese university MOOC associations: To promote development and learning revolution of universities in China
· 徐晓飞,哈尔滨工业大学副校长,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会副主任,高校在
  线开放课程联盟联席会执委会主任


20:40-20:50(GMT+8)
主题报告: We learned more about online learning in six months of 2020 than six years before
· John Mitchell,美国斯坦福大学原副教务长,计算机科学系讲座教授


20:50-21:00(GMT+8)
主题报告: Nurturing collaboration between universities and industry to boost AI online education
· 吴飞,浙江大学人工智能研究院院长,教育部人工智能科技创新专家组工作组组长
第三部分:圆桌论坛——应对疫情和后疫情新常态下的在线教育合作
主持人:
李晓明,北京大学原校长助理


21:00-21:50(GMT+8)
研讨话题:
(1)高校应对疫情的在线教育及慕课教学行动
(2)全球范围的优质慕课资源的共建共享
(3)慕课与在线教育国际标准与规范的建设与发展
(4)智能在线教育技术的开发与支撑作用
(5)教师在慕课“建学用”中的角色
(6)在线学习的创新
嘉宾:
· (1)中国:孙茂松,清华大学人工智能研究院常务副院长,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指
           导委员会副主任
· (2)中国:李莉文,北京外国语大学教务处处长,中国高校外语慕课联盟秘书长
· (3)法国:Yves Ducq,法国波尔多大学副校长
· (4)英国:Atilla Incecik,英国斯特克莱德大学副校长兼工学部执行部长
· (5)韩国: Jeeheon Ryu,韩国春南国立大学教育学院教育系教授
· (6)肯尼亚:Mr. Johnson Ireri Kinyua,肯尼亚内罗毕大学学生处处长


21:50-22:00(GMT+8)
论坛总结
· 主持人:徐晓飞,哈尔滨工业大学副校长,教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会副主任










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ON BEHALF OF
Tsinghua University and UNESCO IITE,
we are pleased to invite you to the 2020 Global MOOC Conference this December!


In response to global educational challenges and opportunities presented by the age of internet, virtual interconnectivity, and most recently the global pandemic, the Global MOOC Conference aims to bring together world-leading universities and online education platforms across all geographical regions at this unprecedented time. With the theme “Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation”, the Conference aims to:


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good practices and resources of MOOC development and online education

explore
the role of technology in shaping the future of higher education

encourage
international cooperation on educational technology innovation

raise awareness
for the inclusion and equity in education for achieving the UN SDG 4.

This year, we are excited to take this important conference directly to our international audience by going virtual (though, we will also be setting up a physical venue at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China)! The 2020 Global MOOC Conference will capture the interactive and collaborative spirit of the MOOC and online education, and will allow our global network to safely and conveniently connect with our livestream from home.




各高等学校,各高等教育在线教育机构,尊敬的老师们:
 
 我们很荣幸地代表清华大学和联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所,邀请您线上参加将于 2020 年 12 月 9 日至 11 日举行的世界慕课大会。主会议及分论坛将采用线上线下会议的方式进行,具体信息如下:
 
 - 世界慕课大会主会议(12 月 11 日 20:00-22:30)
 - 分论坛一:“慕课平台推动学习革命”(12 月 9 日 17:00-19:00)
 - 分论坛二:“虚拟仿真:信息技术与教育创新”(12 月 9 日 20:00-22:00)
 - 分论坛三:“慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作”(12 月 10 日 17:00-19:00)
 - 分论坛四:“慕课:推动大学教育变革”(12 月 10 日 20:00-22:00)
 
 世界慕课大会旨在应对互联网、虚拟互联时代、以及全球肆虐的新冠疫情为全球教育带 来的挑战与机遇。在这个前所未有的时刻,世界慕课大会将携手世界一流大学与顶尖在线教 育平台,通力合作、共商对策。本次大会主题为“学习革命与高等教育变革”,宗旨为:
 - 推广慕课与在线教育的优质资源与成功案例;
 - 探索前沿科技在塑造高等教育未来中的作用;
 - 鼓励开展教育技术创新国际合作;
 - 为共同推动联合国可持续发展目标 4 的实现奠定基础。
 
 请您于 12 月 7 日之前以个人或团体报名方式完成会议注册。本次会议不收取参会费,(线上)没有参会人数限制。我们将为参会者提供后续参会信息,期待您的参与。有任何疑问或建议,请发送邮 件至 conference@mooc.global 真诚期盼您的参与!
 
 真诚期盼您的参与!
 谨启,
 清华大学 & 联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所




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大会简介 INTRODUCTION

2019年的中国慕课大会以“识变、应变、求变”为主题,回顾和总结了在新一轮科技革命和产业变革浪潮的大背景下,以慕课为代表的教育新形态正在深刻改变中国高等教育的理念、经验和模式,得到了来自联合国教科文组织、全球高校与在线教育平台等机构的高度肯定和认可。
2020年,清华大学与联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所将于12月9-11日共同主办以“学习革命与高等教育变革”为主题的世界慕课大会。大会旨在应对互联网、虚拟互联时代、以及全球肆虐的新冠疫情为全球教育带来的挑战与机遇。在这个前所未有的时刻,世界慕课大会将携手全球大学和在线教育平台,通力合作、共商对策。会议宗旨包括:


推广慕课与在线教育的优质资源与成功案例;探索前沿科技在塑造高等教育未来中的作用;
鼓励开展教育技术创新国际合作;为共同推动联合国可持续发展目标4的实现奠定基础。

  议程          主题          北京时间
  主会议          学习革命与高等教育变革          12月11日 20:00-22:30
  分论坛一          慕课平台推动学习革命          12月9日 17:00-18:35
  分论坛二          虚拟仿真:信息技术与教学变革          12月9日 20:00-22:25
  分论坛三          慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作          12月10日 17:00-19:00
  分论坛四          慕课:以学习革命推动大学教育变革          12月10日 20:00-22:00





【Introduction】
Tsinghua University and UNESCO IITE will hold the 2020 Global MOOC Conference on December 11, 2020, from 20:00 to 22:30 Beijing local time. Besides the main conference, 4 sub forums will be held from 9th to 10th Dec, from 17:00 to 22:00 Beijing Local time. The event will be hosted virtually (overseas participants) and onsite in Beijing, People’s Republic of China.

In response to global educational challenges and opportunities presented by the age of internet, virtual interconnectivity, and most recently the global pandemic, the Global MOOC Conference will work together with global universities and online education platforms to address issues of common concern. With the theme “Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation”, the Conference aims to:
·   promote good practices and resources of MOOC development and online education,
·   explore the role of technology in shaping the future of higher education,
·   encourage international cooperation on educational technology innovation,
·   lay a foundation for jointly promoting the progress towards SDG 4.


12月09日 17:00
Global MOOC Conference


  • 【Arrangement】
Main Conference (high-level segment)
Theme: Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation
Date and Time: December 11, 2020, 20:00-22:00 (GMT+8)
Conference Venue: Main Building, Tsinghua Unviersity
Organizers: Tsinghua University, UNESCO IITE

 
Forum I “Learning Revolution” for MOOC Platforms
Date and Time: December 9, 2020, 17:00-19:00 (GMT+8)
Organizers:Tsinghua University, XuetangX, iCourse

 
Forum Ⅱ Virtual Simulation: Information Technology and Educational Reform
Date and Time: December 9, 2020, 20:00-22:00 (GMT+8)
Organizer:The Chinese Virtual Reality Experiment Teaching Innovation Alliance

 Forum Ⅲ Resource sharing for MOOCs and Global Higher Education Cooperation
Date and Time: December 10, 2020, 17:00-19:00 (GMT+8)
Organizer:UNESCO-ICHEI

 

Forum Ⅳ MOOCs: “Learning Revolution” for Better University Education
Date and Time: December 10, 2020, 20:00-22:00 (GMT+8)
Organizer:The Chinese University Steering Committee on Teaching Informationization and Pedagogical Innovation








CONCEPT NOTE
Global MOOC Conference
Co-hosted by Tsinghua University and UNESCO IITE
  • 9 December 2020, 10:00-12:00 & 13:00-15:00 (CET – Paris)
  • 10 December 2020, 10:00-12:00 & 13:00-15:00 (CET – Paris)
  • 11 December 2020, 13:00-15:30 (CET – Paris)
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Table of Contents2. Organizers — and their experience in MOOC & online education3. Theme: “Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation”4. Conference Objective & Expected Outcome5. Provisional Agenda


1.   Background
Context

In the pre-COVID world, the Fourth Industrial Revolution — enabled by “smart plus” and “internet plus” technologies, including artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality, blockchain, the Internet of Things, and automation — was the disruptive force behind many industries and sectors across the world, including education. Although educators discovered ample of opportunities with the age of internet and virtual interconnectivity, we also quickly realized that the world was dealing with a severe problem of digital divide and learning crisis, evidenced by highlevelsof learning poverty.In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated many of the existing challenges and has created the largest disruption of education systems in history, affecting nearly 1.6 billion learners in more than 190 countries and all continents. Closures of schools and other learning spaces have impacted 94 per cent of the world’s student population, up to 99 per cent in low and lower-middle income countries. Additionally, there is growing evidence that even the best distance learning solutions are weak substitutes for classroom interactions and millions of disadvantaged students may not return to school. In other words, progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) to achieve quality education and lifelong learning will slow, stagnate or even reverse.Education is not only a fundamental human right, it is a global common good and a primary driver of progress across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals as a bedrock of just, equal, inclusive peaceful societies. Though the world is faced with a learning crisis, but UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres believes that “the future of education is here,” said during the launch of the Policy Brief: Education During COVID-19 and Beyond on August 4, 2020. “We have a generational opportunity to reimagine education. We can take a leap towards forward-looking systems that deliver quality education for all as a springboard for the Sustainable Development Goals.”

Preparing the ground for the Global MOOC Conference

Universities have always served as the lighthouse of human civilization, demonstrated their resilience throughout history as one of the oldest types of institutions in existence, surviving countless wars, crises, and challenges of all kinds. “If universities are to fulfil their mission to advance human development and expand the boundaries of knowledge, we must become more open, more integrative and more resilient.”Infectious diseases know no boundaries and certainly have no nationality. In the face of this common challenge for humanity, universities once again proved their resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic by adjusting teaching and learning models and playing an irreplaceable role supporting global health by understanding the virus and developing vaccines and treatment in a short span of time, and through these efforts will make humanity better prepared for future health crises. Universities of the future will likely be more integrative and will continue to break through physical borders, disciplinary barriers, technological limitations, and identity constraints, and seamlessly connect with societies, governments, NGOs and industries.At this critical moment, universities should play an essential role in promoting confidence, trust and unity among people and collectively call for humanity to rise to its highest potential. Despite the uncertainties and profound challenges that humanity faces such as global health emergencies, climate change, economic volatility, social inequality, and ecological degradation, there remains hope for a brighter future.2012 marked an explosive year for MOOC, and the worldwide phenomenon was eventually declared as “the year of the MOOC.” After almost a decade later, during the pandemic outbreak in 2020, educators are once again reminded the power and the potential of MOOC, as online education are bursting into the mainstream media. At the same time, many questions were raised, such as, What is the future of the MOOC model? How will such online learning platforms evolve to better serve the mission of higher education? How best integrate online technology and higher education?




2. Organizers — and their experience in MOOC & online education



Tsinghua University

Actively promoting online education has been a key part of Tsinghua University’s strategic plan. In 2013, Tsinghua University launched xuetangX, and since then, the MOOC platform has become the largest in China and one of the largest in the World. In April 2020, the platform launched its international version which has an English language interface. The decision aims to actively gather high-quality educational resources from the world-leading universities and institutions for meeting the urgent needs of students and teachers around the world who have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.During Spring 2020, in response to the sudden outbreak of COVID-19, Tsinghua has undergone a rapid institutional transformation — from a traditional classroom teaching model to a university-wide fully online model. Subsequently, Tsinghua has worked throughout Summer 2020 to upgrade its infrastructure in order to prepare for another transformation — from fully online to hybrid teaching and learning.The 2020 pandemic will indeed have a profound impact on global higher education. Tsinghua University is committed to work together with the wider community to overcome difficulties, continue to explore new teaching methods and models, promote the effective use of open educational resources, and lead the sustainable development of global higher education and online education.

UNESCO IITE (UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education)

In line with the new Education 2030 Agenda, IITE has developed its strategic priority areas to meet new demands and tasks ahead. The mission of IITE in the new era is promoting the innovative use of ICT and serving as facilitator and enabler for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) through ICT-enabled solutions and best practices. Bearing in mind that SDG 4 highlights inclusion and equity, quality of education and lifelong learning, IITE focuses its activities on the following strategic priorities:
  • Facilitating the innovative use of ICT to enhance inclusion and equity in education and lifelong learning;
  • Empowering teachers in Member States to improve the quality of education by promoting ICT-enabled pedagogies and best practices;
  • Fostering the potential of ICT for education transformation through global dialogue and networking.
In promoting digital pedagogy, IITE works with policy-makers, civil society and various other stakeholders, drawing on its own research and existing research evidence, focusing on how pedagogical and technological innovations can enhance learning. IITE exerts efforts to facilitate the transfer of innovation research into educational practice and support effective learning through ICT-enabled pedagogy. The Institute promotes innovative approaches, methodology, tools and techniques of integrating ICT and pedagogy into different levels and sectors of education, in particular higher education and TVET.Over the twenty years since its foundation, IITE has accumulated rich expertise and experience in promoting ICT in education, with strong support and guidance from UNESCO Headquarters, UNESCO IITE Governing Board and the host country.




3. Theme: “Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation”

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, governments, teachers, and students have led and participated in an online education experiment of unprecedented scale and scope. Using MOOC (massive open online courses), OER (open educational resources) and other online learning tools, schools and universities were able to continue providing education, largely undisrupted, although most campuses were closed. While different level of education faces its distinctive challenges, higher education is unique in that university students are both old enough to handle the pressure and rigours of online work, while at the same time technologically savvy enough to navigate new online tools and platforms. Therefore, the higher education segment likely ends up, by necessity, triggering a “learning revolution.”International organizations also played a crucial role throughout the COVID-19 education disruption. For example, in March 2020, UNESCO launched the Global Education Coalition, a multi-sector partnership to meet the urgent need worldwide for continuity of learning on an unprecedented scale, by monitoring global school closures and provide distance learning solutions and recommendations. Governments, higher education institutions, and relevant stakeholders around the world were also prompt to mobilize resources for developing effective responses; coordinate action for maximizing impact and sustainable support to teachers and communities; further increase access of MOOC and online learning platforms for matching on-the-ground needs with local and global solutions; leverage hi-tech, low tech, and no tech approaches for providing diverse quality education programs and learning services.As a result of individual efforts and collective actions across sectors and stakeholders, higher education has witnessed how MOOC, OER and online education have led a movement of “higher education transformation” during the crisis, and these transformative “bold steps” will no doubt help to create inclusive, resilient, quality education systems fit for the future.

Sub-theme 1: “Learning Revolution” for MOOC Platforms

This sub-theme is co-chaired and co-organized by iCourse and xuetangX — two of the largest MOOC and online learning platforms in China. As identified, MOOC, OER, and related online learning tools are integral to the “learning revolution,” therefore, this sub-theme aims to review MOOC development in the past, and come to consensus regarding the role of MOOC platforms in “learning revolution”, as well as to conclude experience and share vision as we look beyond the pandemic.

Sub-theme 2: “Higher Education Transformation” with Virtual Simulation

This sub-theme is chaired and organized by ilab-x (Virtual Simulation Experiment Teaching Innovation Alliance). Throughout school closures during the pandemic outbreak, lab courses and practical classes have been one of the most common challenges in higher education. This sub-theme aims to discuss some of the challenges faced, while sharing experience from around the world before forming possibilities of how higher education can better use pioneering technology, such as virtual simulation, as we envision the future of “higher education transformation.”

Sub-theme 3: Global “Higher Education Transformation” for Inclusion and Equity

This sub-theme is chaired and organized by UNESCO-ICHEI (International Centre for Higher Education Innovation under the auspices of UNESCO), which recently launched the IIOE (International Institute of Online Education) in April 2020. As highlighted by numerous addresses from UN agencies and development partners, global collaboration is critical in achieving SDG 4. This sub-theme aims to reach consensus through reviewing our progress, share experiences as we find ways to overcome challenges, and create a global vision through “higher education transformation” that ensures inclusive, equitable, quality education and lifelong learning.

Sub-theme 4: “Learning Revolution” for Better University Education

This sub-theme is chaired and organized by Steering Committee on Digitalized Teaching and Pedagogical Innovation under the MOE, People’s Republic of China. This sub-theme recognizes “learning revolution” requires strong and resilient leadership from universities. Therefore, this sub-theme aims to engage stakeholders across universities to review past actions and share experiences, while discussing the possible future and role of universities in promoting this wave of “learning revolution.”

4. Conference Objective & Expected Outcome


In response to the “emergency for global education” as recently described by the UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, as well as the global educational challenges and opportunities presented by the age of internet and virtual interconnectivity, the Global MOOC Conference aims to bring together world-leading universities and online education platforms across all geographical regions at this unprecedented time.
Additionally, the Conference aims to:
  • promote MOOC development and online education good practices and resources,
  • explore the role of technology in shaping the future of higher education,
  • encourage international cooperation on educational technology innovation, and
  • raise awareness for the inclusion and equity in education for achieving the UN SDG4.

During the Conference, two other expected outcomes include:
  • launch the Global MOOC Alliance, and
  • release the “2020 Beijing Declaration of MOOC Development” outcome document


Global MOOC Alliance


Global MOOC Alliance is a small and diverse group of world-leading universities and online education platforms across all geographical regions that will serve as a mechanism for exchange and cooperation, providing leadership of global higher education efforts to address digital education challenges and to implement practical policies in local communities and around the world. Key activities include joint teaching, capacity building, knowledge sharing, and public advocacy (UN SDG 4).

2020 Beijing Declaration of MOOC Development


Before the Conference, input will be collected through online consultations and submissions on the draft outcome document. This document covers the consensus, experience, and vision regarding MOOC development and online education during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. These inputs will then be fed into the Conference’s four sub-forums through thematic discussions, where participants will further review and consolidate the Declaration before the final presentation by the end of the Conference.
Furthermore, the 2020 Beijing Declaration of MOOC Development is expected to send a strong signal to underscore the commitment of high-level decision-makers and prominent personalities to put MOOC development and online education at the heart of the movement for “Learning Revolution and Higher Education Transformation” and beyond.

5. Provisional Agenda


The Global MOOC Conference will consist of a main conference (high-level segment), a sub-forum, and related events (hosted by other organizations).

Main Conference


Main Conference
1. The main conference is expected to launch the Global MOOC Alliance, and to adopt the 2020 Beijing Declaration on MOOC Development. Representatives of international organizations, MOOC platforms, universities, and the ministry of education will be invited to deliver presentations and remarks on MOOC development and online education.

11 December 2020        Main Conference (high-level segment)
Moscow: 15:00-15:10
Beijing: 20:00-20:10        Opening: introduce conference theme, opening video
Moscow: 15:10-15:45
Beijing: 20:10-20:45        High-level opening addresses
by conference co-host:
• QIU Yong. President, Tsinghua University
by international organizations:
• Stefania Giannini. Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO
• Andreas Schleicher. Director for Education and Skills, OECD
by host-country’s MOE:
• CHEN Baosheng. Minister of Education, People’s Republic of China
Moscow: 15:45-16:00
Beijing: 20:45-21:00        Official launch of the Global MOOC Alliance
• David Leebron. President, Rice University
• Representative(s) of Global MOOC Alliance
Moscow: 16:00-16:15
Beijing: 21:00-21:15        Official reading of the 2020 Beijing Declaration on MOOC Development.
• Tao Zhan. Director, UNESCO IITE
Moscow: 16:15-16:30
Beijing: 21:15-21:30        Live demonstration of synchronous teaching using virtual reality
(Microfluidic Chip Technology for the Detection of Space Bacteria)
• from four locations across South Korea and China.
Moscow: 16:30-17:25
Beijing: 21:30-22:25        Keynote addresses (6 speakers, 8 minutes each);
Statements and presentations on MOOC Development and Online Education
by an international organization:
• Svetlana Knyazeva. Unit Chief for Digital Pedagogy and Learning Materials (DPLM), UNESCO IITE
by a MOOC platform:
• Anant Agarwal. Founder and CEO, edX
by universities in Europe, Americas, and Africa
• Nikolay Kropachev. Rector, Saint Petersburg University
• Ennio Vivaldi. President, University of Chile
• Stephen Kiama. Vice-Chancellor, University of Nairobi
by a ministry of education:
• WU Yan. Director of the Higher Education Department under the MOE, People’s Republic of China
Moscow: 17:25-17:30
Beijing: 22:25-22:30        Closing
Sub-forums
2. The sub-forums will review the recommended priority actions of the 2020 Beijing Declaration of MOOC Development through thematic discussions and consolidate the Declaration to be presented to the main conference (high-level segment).

9 December 2020

Opening address and setting the scene

Moscow: 12:00-12:05
Beijing: 17:00-17:05

• Tao Zhan. Director, UNESCO IITE

9 December 2020

Theme 1: “Learning Revolution” for MOOC Platforms
Co-organized by Tsinghua University, XuetangX, iCourse

Moscow: 12:05-12:10
Beijing: 17:05-17:10

Opening address
• YANG Bin. Vice President & Provost, Tsinghua University

Moscow: 12:10-12:40
Beijing: 17:10-17:40

Keynote presentations
"Speaking from personal perspectives and experiences, how MOOC and online technology have driven or/and can potentially drive a Learning Revolution?"
· SHI Jinghuan. Professor and the Chair of the Academic Committee of the Institute of Education, Tsinghua University
· George Siemens. "MOOC creator and pioneer." Director of the LINK Research Lab at the University of Texas at Arlington; Co-Director of the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L), University of South Australia
· Gideon Shimshon. Associate Principal Digital Learning and Director of QM Online at Queen Mary University of London
· François Taddei. Director, CRI (Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity)

Moscow: 12:40-13:20
Beijing: 17:40-18:20

Panel discussion by MOOC platforms and institutions
“The past, present and future of MOOC and online education platform”
(Listed alphabetically by platform)
· FutureLearn. David Granzow, APAC Director
· iCourse (also called China University MOOC). HAN Jun, Deputy Director
· ThaiMOOC. Jintavee Khlaisang, Deputy Director
· UMOOCs. XU Yijie, CCO
· XuetangX. WANG Shuaiguo, President

Moscow: 13:20-14:35
Beijing: 18:20-18:35

Closing and wrap up
· WANG Libing. Chief, Section for Educational Innovation and Skills Development (EISD), UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education

9 December 2020

Theme 2: “Higher Education Transformation” with Virtual Simulation
Co-organized by ilab-x (Virtual Reality Experiment Teaching Innovation Alliance)

Moscow: 15:00-15:15
Beijing: 20:00-20:15

Forum Opening & Opening addresses
· LI Wenxin. Professor, Peking University
· WANG Xiqin. Professor, Executive Vice President, Tsinghua University

Moscow: 15:15-16:50
Beijing: 20:15-21:50

Keynote addresses (8 speakers, 8 minutes each)
· Johanna Pirker. Associate Professor, Graz University of Technology
· HUANG Ronghuai. Professor , Beijing Normal University
· Mina Johnson. Professor, Arizona State University
· James Birt. Associate Professor, Bond University
· FAN Wenhui. Professor, Tsinghua University
· Agostino G·Bruzzone. Professor, Genoa University
· CAI Yiyu. Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University
· QIN Jingyan. Professor,University of Science and Technology

Moscow: 16:50-17:20
Beijing: 21:50-22:20

Introduction for competition items of Intelligent Connected Vehicle and Flight Vehicle Design and Simulation
· JIANG Yongheng. Associate Professor, Tsinghua University
· LIU Hu. Professor, Beihang University
Moscow: 17:20-17:25
Beijing: 22:20-22:25

Forum Closing
· LI Wenxin. Professor, Peking University

10 December 2020

Theme 3: Global “Higher Education Transformation” for Inclusion and Equity
Co-organized by UNESCO-ICHEI (International Centre for Higher Education Innovation under the auspices of UNESCO), and IIOE (International Institute of Online Education)

Moscow: 12:00-12:45
Beijing: 17:00-17:45

Session 1: Keynote Speech
Chair: ZHAO Jianhua. Professor and Deputy Director, Center for Higher Education Research, Southern University of Science and Technology

· MIAO Fengchun. Chief, Unit for Technology and Artificial Intelligence in Education, UNESCO
· LI Ming. Professor and Director, International Centre for Higher Education Innovation under the auspices of UNESCO
· LIM Cherping. Chief Expert of IIOE, International Centre for Higher Education Innovation under the auspices of UNESCO, Chair Professor, The Education University of Hong Kong
· Diana Laurillord. Professor, Learning with Digital Technologies, UCL Knowledge Lab
· ZHANG Dongxiao. Vice-President and Provost, Southern University of Science and Technology

Moscow: 12:45-13:50
Beijing: 17:45-18:50

Session 2: MOOCs in Asia and Africa
Chair: MIAO Fengchun. Chief, Unit for Technology and Artificial Intelligence in Education, UNESCO

· Moustafa Hassan. Professor and Vice Chancellor, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University, UAE
· Melinda dP. Bandalaria. Professor and Chancellor, University of Philippines - Open University, Philippines
· ZHENG Qinghua. Professor and Vice President, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
· Zaidatun Tasir. Professor and Dean, Faculty of Social Science & Humanities, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
· Tariq Naeem. Rector, Virtual University of Pakistan, Pakistan
· LOBO Laby Clément. Specialist in communication studies, University of Côte d'Ivoire; Deputy Director of technopedagogy, Virtual University of Côte d'Ivoire

Moscow: 13:50-14:00
Beijing: 18:50-19:00

Session 3: Round Table and Discussion (Q&A)
Chair: ZHAN Tao. Director, UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education

· WU Bo. Director, the Division of Development and Operation Management for Open and Online Course, Higher Education Press. Director of iCourse
· SUN Kezhou. Vice President, XuetangX
· Tariq Naeem. Rector, Virtual University of Pakistan, Pakistan
· LOBO Laby Clément. Specialist and Deputy Director of techno-pedagogy, Virtual University of Côte d'Ivoire
· WU Lintuo. Talent Ecosystem Development Department, Huawei Enterprise Business Group
10 December 2020

Theme 4: “Learning Revolution” for Better University Education
Co-organized by Steering Committee on Digitalized Teaching and Pedagogical Innovation under the MOE, People’s Republic of China

Moscow: 15:00-15:30
Beijing: 20:00-20:30

Keynote Session 1: Strategies and Experiences of Online Education and MOOCs
Chair: XU Xiaofei. Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Keynote 1: The practice, policies and experiences of MOOCs and online education by Chinese universities during and after the COVID-2019
· YANG Zongkai (Xidian University, China)

Keynote 2: The strategies, practice and experiences of MOOCs and online education in UK and Europe
· Danielle George (The University of Manchester, UK)

Keynote 3: Open education development in Mongolia and Mongolian University of Science and Technology
· Ganbat Danaa (Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Mongolia)

Moscow: 15:30-16:00
Beijing: 20:30-21:00

Keynote Session 2: The Best Practice and Experiences of Online Education and MOOCs
Chair: SUN Maosong. Tsinghua University, China

Keynote 4: The practice and experiences of Chinese university MOOC associations: To promote development and learning revolution of universities in China
· XU Xiaofei (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)

Keynote 5: We learned more about online learning in six months of 2020 than six years before
· John Mitchell (Stanford University, USA)

Keynote 6: Nurturing collaboration between universities and industry to boost AI online education
· WU Fei (Zhejiang University, China)

Moscow: 16:00-16:50
Beijing: 21:00-21:50

Panel Session: Global Collaboration of Online Education in the New Normal Status after COVID-19
Chair: LI Xiaoming. Peking University, China

Topics:
• Higher online educational actions against the COVID-2019
• Global development and shared applications of online educational resources and MOOCs
• Standardization of online education and MOOCs
• Intelligent online education technology and applications
• Roles of teachers and students in practice of MOOCs and online education
• Online learning revolution and innovation

Panelists:
· SUN Maosong (Tsinghua University, China)
· LI Liwen (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)
· Yves Ducq (University of Bordeaux, France )
· Atilla Incecik (University of Strathclyde, UK)
· Jeeheon Ryu (Chonnam National University, South Korea)
· Johnson Ireri Kinyua (University of Nairobi, The Republic of Kenya)
Moscow: 16:50-17:00
Beijing: 21:50-22:00

Closing
· Chair: XU Xiaofei (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)
(… more details to come soon, stay tune!)





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    Forum Ⅱ Virtual Simulation: Information Technology and Educational Reform
    会议时间:2020年12月9日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
    承办单位:中国虚拟仿真实验教学创新联盟
    https://www.xuetangx.com/live/live20201203m002/20201203m001/5843466/8801257
    https://www.icourse163.org/live/480000002109797.htm
    https://www.icourse163.org/live/480000002110805.htm

     中文直播流 Zh :
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/3560e69691b745038778e8f775e756ae/playlist.m3u8
    English LiveStream En:
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/51d275ebe6f7452db50dd11638aa58a8/playlist.m3u8

    Date and Time: December 9, 2020, 20:00-22:00 (GMT+8)
    Organizer:The Chinese Virtual Reality Experiment Teaching Innovation Alliance


    分论坛三 慕课资源共享与全球高等教育合作
    Forum Ⅲ Resource sharing for MOOCs and Global Higher Education Cooperation中文直播English Live
    会议时间:2020年12月10日,17:00-19:00(北京时间)
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/3560e69691b745038778e8f775e756ae/playlist.m3u8
    承办单位:联合国教科文高等教育创新中心


    Date and Time: December 10, 2020, 17:00-19:00 (GMT+8)
    Organizer:UNESCO-ICHEI
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/3560e69691b745038778e8f775e756ae/playlist.m3u8

    分论坛四 慕课:以学习革命推动大学教育变革
    Forum Ⅳ MOOCs: “Learning Revolution” for Better University Education中文直播English Live
    会议时间:2020年12月10日,20:00-22:00(北京时间)
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/3560e69691b745038778e8f775e756ae/playlist.m3u8
    承办单位:教育部高校教学信息化与教学方法创新指导委员会

     

    Date and Time: December 10, 2020, 20:00-22:00 (GMT+8)
    https://pullhls8eab71ec.live.126.net/live/51d275ebe6f7452db50dd11638aa58a8/playlist.m3u8
    Organizer:The Chinese University Steering Committee on Teaching Informationization and Pedagogical Innovation
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    发布于:2020-12-11 19:09
    世界慕课大会,12月9-11日,大会将线下线上同步开展。
    直播链接:http://globalmooc.cn

    世界慕课大会--教育--人民网
    http://edu.people.com.cn/GB/8216/52456/434911/index.html

    新华云直播
    https://my-h5news.app.xinhuanet.com/h5activity/yunzhibo/#/?roomId=5fbdcb4de4b09f583a4309de&isFull=0


    主会议

    会议主题:
    学习革命与高等教育变革
    会议时间:
    12月11日 20:00-22:30(北京时间)
    12月11日 13:00-15:30(巴黎时间)
    12月11日 15:00-17:30(莫斯科时间)

    会议地点:
    清华大学主楼后厅
    主办单位:
    清华大学、联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所

    20:00-20:10(GMT+8)
    大会开幕

    20:10-20:25(GMT+8)
    开幕致辞
    · 邱勇,清华大学校长
    · 斯蒂芬妮亚·贾尼尼(Stefania Giannini),联合国教科文组织教育助理总干事
    · 安德烈亚斯·施莱歇尔(Andreas Schleicher),经济合作与发展组织教育技能司司长

    20:25-20:45(GMT+8)
    主旨报告
    · 陈宝生,中华人民共和国教育部部长

    20:45-21:00(GMT+8)
    世界慕课联盟发布

    21:00-21:15(GMT+8)
    宣读《慕课发展北京宣言》
    · 展涛,联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所所长

    21:15-21:30(GMT+8)
    中韩两国四地同上一堂课
    · “空间微流控芯片细菌检测技术与实验”

    21:30-22:25(GMT+8)
    主题演讲
    · 斯维特兰娜·柯妮亚杰娃(Svetlana Knyazeva),联合国教科文组织教育信息技术研究所数字化教学和学习
      材料部门主任
    · 阿南特·阿加瓦尔(Anant Agarwal),edX创始人兼首席执行官
    · 尼古拉·克罗帕切夫(Nikolay Kropachev),圣彼得堡国立大学校长
    · 埃尼奥·维瓦尔第(Ennio Vivaldi),智利大学校长
    · 史蒂芬·齐亚玛(Stephen Kiama),内罗毕大学校长
    · 吴岩,中国教育部高等教育司司长

    22:25-22:30(GMT+8)
    大会闭幕

    世界慕课大会,12月9-11日,大会将线下线上同步开展。
    直播链接:http://globalmooc.cn
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