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In addition, please provide a 100 to 150 word biography to describe your interests and skill sets you envision contributing to the workshop. We will review all submissions based on the relevance to the workshop themes, supporting a diversity of topics and disciplinary backgrounds.
Using the Futures Workshop approach, participants will generate critiques, co-create visions, and propose implementations for open, online learning environments. In small groups, the implementations will be presented/shared with other workshop participants. Please visit the workshop website for more information (http://p2pl.media.mit.edu/)
In addition to the implementations, we will discuss future steps to sustain a community of researchers and practitioners; e.g., partnerships, designs and implementation projects, plans for research proposals, symposia or panel proposals for conferences, new empirical studies to conduct, or publications to write.