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Slides used for the panel discussion Digital opportunities: Harvard for everyone? at EYE2014 in Strassbourg on 9th of May 2014

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  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY Wesley Fryer: https://www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/2516648940 Digital opportunities: Harvard for everyone?
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Foto: Ulrike Reinhard Learning Stations in Khajuraho, Rural India 1. “The number of higher education students in the world is expected to quadruple, from around 100 million in 2000 to 400 million in 2030”
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education 2. “Students expect to choose what they learn, how they learn and when they learn” ImageCCBYPhillieCasablanca
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Yet, this is how we teach Image: CC BY Martijn Ouwehand
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education CC-BY TU Delft / Mark van Huystee
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Panel Sarah Stroobants Fernando Galan Palomares Veronique Charlety Alberto Alemanno
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Alberto Alemanno Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at HEC Paris Global Professor at New York University School of Law
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Veronique Charlety Responsible for international cooperation, Directorate for European Affairs, École National d’Administration (ENA)
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Fernando Galan Palomares Vice-Chairperson of the European Students’ Union (ESU)
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education
  • Open Education | open.tudelft.nl/education Sarah Stroobants Adviser on Internationalisation policy in higher education from the KU Leuven
  • The most important impact of MOOCs has been to bridge the chasm in the adoption cycle of online learning in higher education institutions. Source: Sir John Daniel, “MOOCs: What Will Be Their Legacy?”, February 2014.