On April 15 and 16, 2016, Stanford University will host the continuation of the Online Learning Summit series, titled Inventing the Future of Higher Education.
At this invitation-only event for institutional senior officers and academic leaders in online education, we will focus on the opportunities and challenges arising during this exciting time of change to the established models of higher education. The summit will comprise of a mix of plenary sessions and break-out groups, with facilitated conversations to generate key questions for senior leaders to take back to campus.
The 2016 Summit is taking place at the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center, a hub of the Stanford School of Engineering and an academic and social destination for all of the West Campus. It contains the innovative Terman Engineering Library, an inviting café, engaging exhibits, a variety of classrooms, meeting rooms, and student shops. Designed to inspire invention in an environment of creativity and collaboration, the building opened in 2010. For more information, please visit our FAQs page.