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[Video] Re-Imaginations: COVID-19 and Access to Education and Learning Spaces

[Video] Re-Imaginations: COVID-19 and Access to Education and Learning Spaces

Digital Ethics in Times of Crisis: COVID-19 & Access to Education and Learning Spaces culminated in an internal showcase that highlighted major themes of the program, including connectivity, context, well-being, and key learnings for the future. The event featured introductions and learnings from the global research sprint (00:00:03), "Reimaginations" (00:29:25), and a look to the future (01:15:58).


Agenda


Learnings from a Global Research Sprint (00:00:03)

Welcome, Introduction, Overview 

  • Lis Sylvan, Amar Ashar  

Perspectives and Reflections: Snapshots of a Research Sprint

Contributors to a recent BKC/NoC  Research Sprint highlight some of their learnings and insights; live commentators include Samantha-Kaye Johnston, Armando Guio, Sabelo Mhlambi, and Alexa Hasse. Student reflections can be found below as well.


Reimaginations (00:29:25)

Reimagining the Future of Connected Learning - Sparks and Moderated Discussion  

  • [Access to ICT] Alex Wong, Senior Strategy Advisor and Lead, Giga, International Telecommunication Union

  • [Learning cities] Malavika Jayaram, Executive Director, Digital Asia Hub 

  • [AR/VR and museums] Xinran Yuan, Head of Global Partnerships, HTC VIVE Arts

Followed by an open conversation, moderated by Urs Gasser


Continuing the Work: Building the Future (01:15:58)

Introducing the Edgelands Pop-Up Institute 

  • Group Activity/Visualization Exercise (leading up to Preview of Edgelands Institute)

  • Preview of the Edgelands Institute : reimagining our social contract in our era of mass-urbanization, digital surveillance and pandemics.

    • Beatriz Botero, Doctoral candidate, Harvard Law School; Berkman Klein affiliate 

    • Yves Daccord, former Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross; Berkman Klein fellow

    • Danil Kerimi, Chief Business Officer at Kindwell, Inc.; Berkman Klein affiliate 

  • Call for engagement

DAH Research Sprint (Preview) & Farewell

  • Malavika Jayaram & Urs Gasser

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