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REN studietur til San Francisco 6. - 10. oktober 2013

Årets studietur går til San Francisco, 6. - 10. oktoer 
Vi starter søndag 6. oktober med tur til "The Wine Country" for å bli kjent og venne oss til tidssonen, og avslutter torsdag 10. oktober etter fire lærende dager.



Nedenfor finner du programmet med hva som er bekreftet til nå. Vi jobber med flere interessante bedrifter og foredragsholdere i tillegg til disse, så vi kan love en interessant og lærerik studietur.
Det er mange høydepunkt på programmet og vi håper flest mulig har anledning til å bli med til San Francisco denne høsten. 


Deltakeravgift:
REN medlemmer har en friplass på studieturen.  Deltakeravgift for ekstra deltakere fra medlemsbedriftene er kr. 10.000.  Deltakeravgiften for ikke-medlemmer er kr. 15.000. Reise og hotell kommer i tillegg. 



Hotell:
Vi har reservert 30 rom fra lørdag 5. oktober til torsdag 10. oktober på
Mariott Union Square
480 Sutter Street, San Francisco

til en spesialpris $269 + hotellskatt pr. natt.

Dersom du planlegger å komme tidligere eller bli lengre bør du reservere rom snarest.

Hotell reserveres via denne linken
Book your group rate: Innovation Norway REN Group >>
Husk å oppgi kode NOR for å få spesialprisen.

 

Foreløpig program.  Vi tar forbehold om endringer.

Monday October 7


8:30 am
Welcome and introduction 

9:00 am
Lance Dublinwww.dublinconsulting.net 

10:00 am

Khan Academy, www.khanacademy.org
Matt Wahl

11:00 am

Edmodo, www.edmodo.com  
Jeremy Glassenberg
Edmodo helps connect all learners with the people and resources needed to reach their full potential.


1:30 pm

Visit to Autodesk, www.autodesk.com
The virtual world for leadership development
How to unleash talent and potential to drive business success

Harry Wittenberg, Senior Consultant, HR Training and OD, harry.wittenberg@autodesk.com   

For the past 25 years, Harry has had a career in education that spans K-12, higher education, and corporate adult education. His experience spans working for IBM, Apple Computer, Cisco Systems, Pearson Education, Charles Schwab, Genentech, and now Autodesk.
Harry's current responsibilities as a Senior HR Training and Organization Development Specialist are focused on designing and developing training for both managers and employees alike. In addition,  he also facilitates team effectiveness sessions using a variety of assessments and models.  Prior to this, Harry was responsible for designing and creating  a learning infrastructure at a biotech firm.  He managed the selection, development, and deployment of a range of learning technologies including virtual classrooms, online learning, online assessments, and a learning management system.
Harry has been an Adjunct Professor of graduate studies at San Francisco State University in Instructional Technology and a presenter at major professional conferences of learning and instructional technology including ASTD, TechLearn, ISPI, Online Educa Berlin and the Stanford Research Institute. He has also been a contributor to the publication “Bust The Silos: Opening Your Organization to Growth” – Hunter and Saperstein, editors.
 
3:30 pm
Tour of the Autodesk Gallery 

 

Tuesday October 8

9:00 am

Visit to UC Berkeley, www.berkeley.com  

Bejamin Hubbard, Director UC Berkeley Educational Technology Services

Dr. Inna Lisker, Associate Director of UC Berkeley Resource Center for Online Education/BerkeleyX

MOOC from a Berkeley perspective 

1:30 pm

Visit to Qualcomm The Qualcomm Learning Center's philosophy regarding mobile learning and how it fits in the broader set of solutions for employee learning (including a demonstration)
Terie Scerbo
, Head of Learning and Organizational Development
As head of Learning and Organizational Development in the Silicon Valley for Qualcomm, Inc., Terie Scerbo has been with Qualcomm for 10 years. She is responsible for learning and OD strategy for local business units and employee base. As a learning business partner, her scope includes executive/leadership development, leadership team development, and overall management of business skills and engineering/technical training delivery. Prior to Qualcomm, Terie worked at Cisco Systems in Workforce Development for 2 years, managing e-learning solutions for professional skills. This was after holding a variety of positions at Hewlett-Packard for 19 years. She earned a BA in Computer Science at Mills College and has been a past board member for NASAGA, the North American Simulation and Gaming Association.


3:30 pm

 TBA

 
Wednesday October 9

 
9:00 am




Visit to CISCO
  • Strategic Alignment – How to leverage People Strategy to drive learning, development, and employee engagement
  •  Community Learning Network – Sharing lessons on building communities across the organization – principles, tools, technologies
  •  Demonstration – Knowledge sharing & rapid content development
1:30 pm Stanford University

Stanford Center for Professional Development

Paul Marca, Executive Director
Strategies, challenges and lessons learned,  and emerging new technologies in delivering online education – and how you we see the future of online education

Coursera
Relly Brandman, Course Operations

Evening
Dinner cruise, speakers will be invited



Thursday October 10

9:00 am

Strategies for Applying the Flipped Classroom Model for Business Learning
Jim Recker, Training Specialist, Learning Solutions, Citrix Online

Flipped learning—courseware and recorded content serving as the initial element of a learning experience, with live virtual sessions and social and collaborative tools supplementing and enhancing the learning experience—has the potential to increase learning effectiveness, lower operational costs, and get better retention and more effective application of the learning. The model has created tremendous buzz in the education community, but is it viable for business learning?

Citrix believes that effective use of the flipped learning model fits very nicely into the daily business routine, and can transform business learning, improve learning outcomes, and reduce operational costs.

10:00

Serious games, game-based learning, and badges for learning
Anne Derryberry, Designer/producer of game-based and social media-supported learning & communications systems, Sage Road Solutions

Anne Derryberry's work as an Analyst for Sage Road Solutions focuses on design review and consultation for 'next-generation' learning and productivity solutions, including badges systems, game based learning and competencies. Anne is a noted expert in how simulations and gaming and their associated technologies can advance learning and productivity and regularly writes and consults for eLearning, Fortune 500 and serious gaming companies. Anne holds a master's degree in Educational Technology from San Diego State and a BA in French from UCLA. She is a Donald W. Reynolds Fellow, Reynolds Journalism Institute, with the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Anne's earlier career is defined with success founding, managing and merging successful eLearning businesses, including Informania, a company whose primary operations was creating technology-driven corporate learning solutions to commercial customers worldwide. Anne is also a distinguished eLearning designer having done work for global companies including IBM, Apple, Novell, Kaiser Permanente and McKesson. 

 

11:00 am

Best Practices and Next Practices (innovation); Speculation about the Future of Learning 5-10 years out, and the possible Benefits of Big Data
Brandon Hall, Ph.D., Founder, Brandon Hall Group and Columnist, CLO magazine

Brandon Hall, Ph.D., is a leading independent expert in e-learning, helping organizations make the right decisions about technology through his writing, advising, and presenting. With more than 20 years as a training professional. Brandon Hall has been providing independent expert advice in the form of e-learning: LMS, LCMS, authoring tools, content providers, and other tools that help organizations develop successful e-learning solutions. He earned his doctorate in educational psychology and has served on the faculty University's Multimedia Studies Program.

12:00 pm

TBA
1:00 pm
Lunch and Wrap-up