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Links to presentations at the Research and Innovation in Distance Education and eLearning (RIDE) conference 2020 hosted by the Centre for Distance Education.
Professor Alison Littlejohn, Director, London Knowledge Lab
Professor Neil Morris, University of Leeds
Dil Sidhu, Chief Content Officer, Coursera
Chair: Stylianos Hatzipanagos
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Professor Martin Weller, The Open University
Chair: Alan Tait
Presenter: Marco Gillies (Goldsmiths)
Presenter: Mary Bishop (Independent Education Expert)
Presenter: Ruth Drysdale (JISC)
Presenter: Abiodun Musa Aibinu (Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria)
Presentation not currently available
Presenters: Kate Tatton Brown, Luke Woodham et al (St George’s, University of London)
Presenter: Amos O. Aremu, (University of Ibadan)
Presenter: Juliet O Inegbedion (NOUN)
Presenters: Gwyneth Hughes (UCL) and Linda Amrane-Cooper (University of London)
Presenter: Grace Afolabi, (University of Lagos)
Presenter: Tharindu Liyanagunawardena (University College of Estate Management)
Presenter: David Baume (CDE)
Presenter: Simon Rofe (SOAS)