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Open Education Working Group Advisory Board
Please could you add your ideas/nominations below with contact details (if possible), their location, their activity in the open education space and a reason why this person should be considered. Feel free to +1 suggestions.
Note that we are interested in having a diverse Advisory Board so consider geographic location, sector (commercial, public, not-for-profit etc.), role (educator, policy maker..) etc.
- Cable Green - Based in Washington State (USA). - Director of Global Learning at Creative Commons - Creative Commons are important players in this space (firstname.lastname@example.org) +2
- Joonas Mäkinen, Finland (https://twitter.com/JoonasD6) - doing exciting things with open text books- Suggested by Denis Parfenov -
- Paula le Dieu - Based in London. digital director for Mozilla - good all round knowledge of this space
- Philipp Schmidt - Based in
Cape Town Cambridge, MA (USA). Co-founder and Executive Director of P2PU.
- Carolina Rossini - Based in US. Project Director for the Latin America Resource Center at the Internet Governance and Human Rights program at the New America Foundation’s OTI
- Anna Pedroza - Based in London. Communications and Editorial Consultant at MediaCore
- Lisa McLaughlin - Director of OER Commons, US
- Suchith Anand - Based in Nottingham (UK) and originally from India - Leads "Geo for All" initiative http://www.geoforall.org/ and OA ELOGeo initiative http://elogeo.nottingham.ac.uk/xmlui [Email- Suchith.Anand@nottingham.ac.uk ]
- Billy Meinke - Based in California. Project Assistant on the Education team at Creative Commons (email@example.com)
- Karien Bezuidenhout - Based in South Africa. Member of the Shuttleworth Foundation team - (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- David Wiley - Based in US, Education fellow at CC, Shuttleworth fellow - maybe too big in this space - likely to be very busy (email@example.com) +1
- Jan M. Pawlowski (Nordic Alliance for Open Education) - lots of activity in the Nordic space
- Beth Noveck (The GovLab @ NYU) – Based in U.S. – Runs The GovLab Academy: http://thegovlab.org/academy/
- Delia Browne - Director of National Copyright Unit (for all Australian education departments)
- Alek Tarkowski - Public Lead, Creative Commons Poland, runs the Creative Commons "OER policies in Europe" project
- Oivind Hoines, director of the Norwegian NDLA educational project (national OER platform)
- Mark Horner - director, Siyavula, South Africa
- Tore Hoel, Norway -Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences: http://about.me/torehoel - TEL expert +1
- Marcus Specht - Professor Advanced Learning Technologies, Open Universiteit NederlandLearning Sciences - Context-Aware Computing - Mobile Learning -Technology Enhanced Learning - TEL expert
- Stephen Downes - Based in Canada - Prestigious advocate, speaker, writer in the field of Open Education (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Jim Groom - Based in U.S. - director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies and adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington, Virginia - originator of Digital Storytelling course at UMW as an open, online community referred to as ds106 (email@example.com)
- Louis M M Coiffait, Head of Research, Office of the Chief Education Advisor, Pearson
- Bekka Kahn - Based in London, former researcher at iCommons, part-time P2PU staffer, particular interest in scholarly publishing in Africa.
- Bernard Nkuyubwatsi, Member of Task Force for University of Rwanda College of Open and Distance !earning and eTutor (firstname.lastname@example.org): Reason for consideration: Least developed countries representation.
- Jan Neumann (email@example.com , @trugwaldsaenger on Twitter), hbz, based in Cologne, Germany. Jan is member of the educational advisory board of the German UNESCO chapter and member of the POERUP advisory board. 2013 he joined the review team of the first major German OER conference OERde 13. Jan blogs about OER on oersys.org.
- Rita Kop: cMOOC initiator, based in Canada
- George Siemens (as above)
- Dave Cormier (as above)
- David Kernohan: Jisc's Innovations Team Bristol, UK. Manager of UK OER programme, and keen critic/commentator on MOOCs
- Paul Stacey, Associate Director of Global Learning at Creative Commons, based in Vancouver Canada
- Lorna M. Campbell, Cetis Assistant Director, based in Glasgow Scotland. Manager of UKOER Technical Support Project, coordinator of Open Scotland initiative, blogs about OER technology, policy and advocacy. +1
- Rayna Stamboliyska - Based in Paris, France - OKF France Board Member, founder of its Open/Citizen Science workgroup, former project coordinator for a project bringing scientific research to primary schools. Interested in learning by doing and alternative schooling with focus on the Global South and MENA.
- Delia Browne (NCU, Australia) Sydney based policy lawyer specialising in Copyright issues in education. She is the National Copyright Director for Schools and TAFEs and heads up the National Copyright Unit(NCU).
- Melissa Hagemann (OSF, US) - Melissa Hagemann manages the Open Access, Open Educational Resources, and Open Access to Law initiatives within the Open Society Foundation Information Program.
- Susan D'Antoni - firstname.lastname@example.org - UNESCO - IIEP include the development and operation of the IIEP Virtual Institute and the development of the IIEP Alumni Network, and studies related to the use of Information and Communication Technology in higher education.
- Martin Ebner, (@mebner on Twitter, email@example.com). Researcher at University of Technology Graz, Austria (e-Learning, m-Learning and technology enhanced learning), author and publisher of the book project L3T (award-winning textbook for teaching and learning with technologies) http://l3t.eu