Coffee Chat #17: The IoE: Open Ecosystems for the New Economy

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Tuesday, November 10, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

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The Internet of Education (IoE) is a vision and set of protocols based on open standards, shared public-good utilities, and a network of networks (Co-Labs) that enable lifelong, personalized, competency-based learning at the scale of the Internet. The IoE is not an organization, but a shared vision where every human has access to quality education and economic opportunity.

It is an idea with room for many voices, researchers, agencies, organizations, and companies. It requires innovation, experimentation, and getting things wrong while always iterating toward what’s right. It encourages debate and critical discourse from a variety of perspectives, as global education is just as diverse as its people.

Join us for a future-focused conversation and learn how you and/or your organization can get involved.

Host

Taylor Kendal | Chief Program Officer, Learning Economy Fndn
Taylor is an educator, writer, designer, and the Chief Program Officer at Learning Economy. His work with the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Library of Congress, and a range of U.S. colleges and universities has led to a complex love affair at the intersection of public education, and (de)centralized future-focused trust networks. He holds an MA in Learning Design & Technology from CU Denver and has 20+ years of experience in project/event management, digital/social strategy, LX design, culture-crafting, improvising, and systems-level hacking of post-secondary education.