Event Registration

Join edX and our member organizations for the 4th edX Global Forum, on the Boston University campus November 19-21. Space is available only to edX members on a first come, first serve basis.

About the Event

EdX is pleased to gather together our member organizations for our fourth partner meeting, edx Global Forum, hosted on the Boston University campus, November 19 - 21, 2014. Edx Global Forum is an event for educators, thought leaders, instructional technologists, researchers, visionaries and innovators to share experiences on pedagogical research, blended learning and to explore emerging trends in online education. At the edx Global Forum, members of the edX community will have the opportunity to collaborate to shape the future of education across the globe.

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Wednesday November 19, 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Welcome Reception at Boston University Agganis Arena

Thursday November 20, 9:00AM - 7:00PM
The morning will begin at Boston University School of Management and feature sessions on topics such as data and research, revenue opportunities, and more. The afternoon will consist of the xConsortium Subcommittee breakout sessions. Thursday ends with an informal dinner in Boston at Fenway Park.

Friday November 21, 9:00AM- 4:00PM
The morning will begin at Boston University School of Management and feature keynotes and panels on topics such as open source and blended learning. The afternoon will consist of parallel sessions on topics such as best practices, feature demos, collaborations, and business models.

In addition, edX is hosting our monthly Partner Training and Enablement workshop at our offices in Cambridge on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 18-19.


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