One of the primary roles of the Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning (3CL) is the organisation of international conferences and summits on strategic areas. Below is a summary of the most recent past conferences we’ve held or partnered.
The Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning held an international conference ‘Post-truth Society: from Fake News, Datafication and Mass Surveillance to the Death of Trust’ in Valletta, Malta on 10-11 October, 2019.
The interdisciplinary conference started from the basic premise that truth does matter; and that norms associated with a democratic society, such as the common good, responsibility, ethics and civic engagement are under attack with the emergence of the Post-truth Society.
Its objective was to explore four inter-connected sectors – Technology, Media, Education and Government – and assess their roles both as solutions or contributors to the Post-truth society.
Blockchain, Open Education & Digital Citizenship, Lille, France (26-28 May, 2019), organised in collaboration with the Universite’ de Lille.
Programme details and speakers available here. Conference proceedings footage will be online shortly. See also our blog post on the event.
The State of Digital Education (January, 2017): Outputs from the conference include:
The Post-Conference Magazine and videos of presentations from from global policy-makers, thought-leaders, education practitioners and activists.
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