Ed tech conference keynotes and plenaries gender count
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randomish sample of keynotes/plenaries for 2011/2012 ed tech/distance ed conferences (Total: 11)
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red=below 50% ratio green= 50% or more ratio female:maleblue=no female plenaries
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Score: 8/11Score: 2/11Score: 1/11
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conferenceratio (female:male)keynotesgender
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icde 2011 bali1:6Mohammad Nuh, Minister of National Education of the Republic of Indonesiam
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Hal Plotkin, Senior Policy Advisor to U.S. Under Secretary of Education, United Statesm
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Duk Hoon Kwak, President and CEO of Educational Broadcast Service (EBS), Koream
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Lawrence Lessig, Lawyer, Activist and Founder of Creative Commons, USAm
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Rory McGreal, Vice President Research, Athabasca University, Canadam
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Gráinne Conole, Professor of learning innovation/Director of BDRA, University of Leicester, United Kingdomf
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cnie 20120:3Dr. Manu Kapurm
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Dr. Dwayne Winseckm
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Maxim Jean-Louism
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educause 20111:3seth godinm
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danah boydf
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michael mcrobbiem
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eden 20122:7Ingeborg Bøf
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Norwegian Associaton of Distance Education, EDEN Past-president
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Maria Amelia Ferreiraf
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Professor, President of the Pedagogical Council and Director of the Centre for Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine of Porto
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Dale J. Stephensm
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Educational futurist, 2011 Thiel Fellow “20 Under 20”, USA
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Francesc Pedrom
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Chief of Section for Sector Policy Advice and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education, UNESCO
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David Whitem
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Honorary Director General, European Commission, DG EAC
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Bob Fryerm
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Chair of Board, Campaign for Learning, UK
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Nuno Cratom
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Minister of Education, Portugal - invited
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László Andorm
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Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion - invited
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global time 20121:3jane hartf
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Aaron Doering and Charles Miller, University of Minnesota, USAm
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Craig Kapp - New York University, USAm
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mlearn 20121:3Riitta Vänskä (Nokia)f
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eric Klopfer (MIT)m
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Brendan Tangney (TCD)m
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open education 20111:6Martha Kanter, Under Secretary of Education, U.S. Department of Educationf
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Jim Shelton, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement,m
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US Department of Education
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Josh Jarrett, Deputy Director, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundationm
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Jim Groom, Instructional Technology Specialist / Adjunct Professorm
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University of Mary Washington
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Philipp Schmidt, Executive Director and Co-Founder, P2PUm
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Cable Green, Director of Global Learning, Creative Commonsm
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dml 20125:8John Seely Brownm
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Opening Keynote
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Elizabeth Corcoranf
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Plenary Panelist
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Mitch Kaporm
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Plenary Panelist
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Ronaldo Lemosm
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Plenary Panelist
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Vicki Phillipsf
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Plenary Panelist
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Leslie Reddf
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Plenary Panelist
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Carina Wongf
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Plenary Panelist
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Constance M. Yowellf
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Plenary Panelist
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site 20122:10James Bower, University of Texas San Antonio, USAm
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Larry Johnson, Horizon Projectm
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ZongKai Yang, Central China Normal Universitym
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Mark Milliron - Western Governors University Texas, USAm
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Co-Chairs: Joke Voogt, Netherlands and Gerald Knezek, USAm
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Panelists: Michael Searson, USA, Paul Resta, USAm
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Lisa Dawley, Boise State Universityf
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David Gibson, simSchoolm
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Teresa Franklin, Ohio Universityf
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Alex Games, Microsoft Game Studios & Michigan State Universitym
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networked learning 20122:4tara fenwickf
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terry andersonm
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jon dronm
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judi marshallf
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lak 20121:3katy bornerf
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barry wellmanm
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george siemensm
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