Building a Digital Trust Ecosystem for Education

In this session, Rafiq El Alami examines how UM6P in Morocco was able to position itself as a trusted intermediary, that mobilized all stakeholders, inside UM6P and across Morocco, to solve the current challenges we are facing.

Building a Digital Trust Ecosystem for Education

In this virtual webinar series thought leaders will explore how intermediaries, through systems and ecosystems, can serve to build trust networks between people and we'll investigate tools, processes, and strategies that are helping to build bridges across a variety of contexts.

Using Immersive Environments for Transportation Training

Tomás Nascimento is a senior technician with SEST SENAT in Brazil. He has worked on projects such as the acquisition of driving simulators, which included the development of innovative educational and technological proposals and the acquisition of more than 130 driving simulators throughout Brazil. Tomás graduated with a degree in communication and has a Masters […]

Immersion and Learning

Anna Queiroz is a researcher at the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University. Anna is in charge of the educational efforts using virtual reality at the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University. Her research focus on cognitive and effective implications of new media and technology in learning, attitude and behavior change. She is […]

Language, Culture and Digital Media

Bryan Brown is a professor of teacher education. His research interest explores the relationship between student identity, discourse, classroom culture, and academic achievement in science education. He focuses on the social connotations and cultural politics of science discourse in small-group and whole-group interaction. Additionally, his research work in science education examines how teacher and student […]

The Potential of Digital AI in Healthcare

Dennis Wall is Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Biomedical Data Sciences at Stanford Medical School. He leads a lab in Pediatric Innovation focused on developing methods in biomedical informatics to disentangle complex conditions that originate in childhood and perpetuate through the life course, including autism and related developmental delays. For over a decade, first […]

Leveraging Distributed Intelligence

Roy Pea is David Jacks Professor of Education & Learning Sciences at Stanford University, Graduate School of Education, and (by courtesy) Computer Science, and Director of the H-STAR Institute. His studies and publications in the learning sciences focus on advancing theories, research, tools, and social practices of technology-enhanced learning of complex domains, including his role […]

Not for the Faint of Heart: Creating an Environment for Learning in Virtual Spaces

Jill Helms is Professor of Surgery (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) at Stanford University. Her research program in the field of regeneration medicine is inspired by collaborations with experts in bioengineering, materials science, physics, and with colleagues in the life sciences. The group focuses on developing strategies to improve tissue healing through the re-activation of autologous […]

The Many Futures of Virtual Learning Environments

Aditya Vishwanath is a Ph.D. candidate in Learning Sciences and Technology Design and a Knight-Hennessy scholar at Stanford University. His research takes a human-centered approach towards developing immersive learning experiences, leveraging emerging technologies. Previously, he worked with the Google Education team where he studied how low-cost virtual reality toolkits could be integrated into the school […]