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National Institute for Digital Learning

International Advisory Board

A group of leading scholars and well known professional educators with specialist expertise in digital, blended and online learning contribute to the International Advisory Board which guides the work, strategic direction and impact of the National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL). Members of the International Advisory Board include: 

Professor Terry Anderson

Professor in Distance Education, Technology Enhanced Learning Research InstituteAthabasca University, Canada. 

• Professor Grainne Conole

Director, eInnovation, United Kingdom

• Professor Mike Keppell

Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning Transformations, Swinborne University of Technology, Australia

Professor Phil Regier

Dean and Executive Vice Provost, ASU Online, Arizona State University

Sally Reynolds

Managing Director, Audiovisual Technologies, Informatics & Telecommunications, Belgium

Professor George Siemens

Executive Director, Learning Innovation and Network Knowledge, University of Texas Arlington, United States

Professor Rhona Sharpe

Head of Centre for Staff and Learning Development and Deputy Director, Directorate of Human Resources, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

Professor Peter Shea

Associate ProVost for Online Learning, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States

Professor Norm Vaughan

Department of Education and Schooling, Mount Royal University, Canada

Professor Airina Volungevicene

Director of Innovative Studies Institute, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania

Professor Martin Weller

Professor of Educational Technology, Institute of Educational TechnologyOpen University, United Kingdom

Professor Steve Wheeler

Professor of Learning Technologies, Plymount Institute of Education, Plymouth University, United Kingdom

The following link takes you to the Twitter accounts for the members of our International Advisory Board so you can keep up-to-date with their research and teaching related activities:

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