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No.NamePositionAffiliationCountryQuote
1Adam BrimoFounder and CEO of OpenLearning.comOpenLearning.comAustraliaStudents learn best when they're intrinsically motivated, inspired and empowered - this happens through authentic, active learning experiences and it's our job as learning designers to create those experiences.
2Prof. (FH) DI Dr. Maja PivecProfessor of Game Based Learning and Learning with MultimediaUniversity of Applied Sciences FH JOANNEUM, Austria.AustriaTechnology, games and playful interaction can bring us all together and engage us in a creative dialogue and spark better learning.
3Prof. Yousuf M. Islam, PhDVice ChancellorDaffodil International University (DIU), BangladeshBangladeshUse of technology/methods that engage the brain to apply meaning and elicit feedback is what we need as innovations.
4Sanjaya Mishra, PhDEducation Specialist - eLearningCommonwealth of LearningCanadaIn a digital world, digital education skills are essential skills for winners. Online learning facilitates life long learning and empowers learners with digital education skills.
5Ahmed Mahmoud Abdulghany Aboulez, PhDAssistant Professor of Curriculum, Pedagogy & Instructional Technology of Science EducationMansoura University, EgyptEgyptParents, educators, schools, universities, curriculum managers, pedagogy practitioners, assessors and administrators should think flexibly out of the box. We need new opportunities to engage, enhance and empower new generations with up to date, sharp, qualified skills for jobs in the 21st century global economy
6Prof. Alaa Sadik, PhDProfessor of Educational Technology, & The Founder & Manager of Presentation TubeSouth Valley University, EgyptEgyptMany barriers are faced in selecting and using quality learning materials. These can be avoided through e-learning environments that easily encourage learners to produce knowledge and form meaning themselves
7Prof Zoraini Wati Abas, Ed.DFormer Vice Rector Academic & Student Affairs, & Director of Center for Learning, Teaching & Curriculum DevelopmentSampoerna University, IndonesiaIndonesiaBe or consult a learning architect to design a beautiful learning experience. What matters is how well you engage your learners (for deeper learning)
8Assoc. Prof. Amer Elameer, PhDLecturer, & Consultant Engineer of e-LearningUniversity of Information Technology and Communications, Baghdad, IraqIraqWe will see the complete change of education more in the upcoming five years than in the past 4 decades. The first step towards the implementation of e-governance is the e-learning adoption in the societies.
9Steve Mc Carty, PhDPresident of The World Association for Online Education (Wade), & Professor (185-2015)Kansai University Japan & Osaka Jogakuin University JapanJapanTo keep ahead of students, teachers need to continuously try new technologies and network with international e-learning practitioners
10Assoc. Prof Alyani Ismail, PhDChair of MEIPTA, & Deputy Director of CADeUniversiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)MalaysiaIn the age of ubiquitous access to information, it takes design process, thinking, engagement, cognitive flexibility, tools, experimenting, trouble-shooting, interacting, collaborating, researching and hands-on create the richest opportunities for students learning experience. Now everyone can be an Engineer…. LEARNING Engineer.
11Assoc. Prof. Noraida Haji Ali, PhDHead of e-Learning, Centre for Academic Planning, Development and QualityUniversiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)MalaysiaProgramming is not just about coding, but rather a discipline that teaches us how to solve our problem creatively. It is a learning process to survive.
12Assoc. Prof. Syed Najmuddin Syed Hassan, PhDDirector of National E-Learning Centre (NeLC)Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)MalaysiaPsychology is a field that cut across many disciplines. Human beings are very dynamic whereby every single one of them is unique. E-learning can be a catalyst in rejuvenating and igniting interest for all to excel in their lives via understanding about themselves first. Educators, parents, and students have access to vast information and knowledge at their fingertips
13Assoc.Prof Suria Baba, PhDDirector, Teaching and Learning CentreUniversiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK)MalaysiaAn "equity pedagogy" to all diverse learners through technological tools via eLearning will accelerate into empowering a meaningful and impactful learning
14Boon Yih Mah, PhDSenior Lecturer of Academy of Language Studies, & The Founder of Web-based Cognitive Writing Instruction (WeCWI), Consultant of WeCWI Integrated SolutionsUniversiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Penang Branch, MalaysiaMalaysiaTo be an EdNovator, spark your innovation with a creative designing mind and empower your teaching with an adaptive learning technology.
15D'oria Islamiah Rosli, PhDHead of Department for Academic Development and Training,Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)MalaysiaSituation awareness requires learners to perceive, comprehend and project the information in a form of meaningful actions, albeit rapid changes in technology.
16Mohd Shukri Nordin, PhDDirectorCentre for Teaching and Learning, International Islamic University Malaysia (UIAM)MalaysiaTechnology transcends language and cultural barriers
17Najwa Hayaati Alwi, PhDSenior Lecturer, & Deputy Director, Dept. of Teaching & Learning InnovationUniversiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)MalaysiaSecurity is needed within e-learning environments owing to the fact that, nowadays, knowledge has become an important means of production, as product and as a key for personal success. In e-learning, information deriving from useful data is amongst the main assets of the organisation
18Nurkhamimi Zainuddin, PhDDeputy Director, Dept. of Lifelong LearningUniversiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)MalaysiaForeign language practitioners need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event
19Prof Abd Karim Alias, PhDDirector of CDAEUniversiti Sains Malaysia (USM)MalaysiaFood science and technology is a wonderful discipline of study. Now, with the adverts of educational technology, we (educators) can create an immersive learning experiences that are meaningful and impactful and greatly appreciated by the learners.
20Prof. Dato’ Mohamed Amin Embi, PhDChief Information Officer (CIO)Centre for Teaching & Learning Technologies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)MalaysiaIf we aspire to remain relevant to the Gen-Z & Gen Alpha, we must move from the ‘content-based teacher-cantered’ to more ‘learning-based learner-centres’ approach to education. To achieve this, our role is no more as providers of knowledge; but more as ‘designers’ of meaningful learning experience.
21Prof. Nor Aziah Alias, PhDDirector of i-Learn, UiTM (2012-2014), & Director of Academic Development, Academic Affairs DivisionUniversiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia (UiTM)MalaysiaTechnology allows learners to access, explore, connect and create. As educators, we seek to scaffold, to facilitate, to guide and to help develop their agency so our learners can make sense of their journey and drive their own learning.
22Prof. Rozhan Mohamed Idrus, PhDProfessor & Chief Information Officer (CIO)Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)MalaysiaThe new acronym for ICT is Immersive Collaborative Technology
23Prof. Rozhan Mohamed Idrus, PhDProfessor & Chief Information Officer (CIO)Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)MalaysiaTECHNOGOGY: The convergence of Content, Pedagogy and Technology in the transformative use of technology to foster student-centred learning
24Prof. Rozhan Mohamed Idrus, PhDProfessor & Chief Information Officer (CIO)Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)Malaysia To promote the kind of thinking that is required for learning, the educational experiences for the learner must be inspiring, challenging, exciting, engaging, captivating, stimulating and motivating with the assistive use of technology.
25Prof. Supyan Hussin, PhDDeputy DirectorCentre for Teaching and Learning Technologies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)MalaysiaIt is best to master another language through the acquisition process using technological tools to achieve better language competency, and consequently, having better world view.
26Prof. Zaidatun Tasir, PhDDean, School of Graduate StudiesUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)MalaysiaTechnology in education is an enabler of Transnational Education (TNE) in higher education especially for graduate education where Malaysia should and must lead the initiative in the ASEAN region.
27Ibrar Bhatt, PhDInternational Speaker, Lecturer in Education, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern IrelandNorthen IrelandWhat it means to be digitally literate and what this portends for educational practice is ever shifting. The ways in which we practice and think about digital literacies must also be amenable to change. Focusing a lens on student practices as the locus of inquiry allows us to see and value the innovation that students exhibit as they manoeuvre through complex tasks and ultimately reimagine knowledge through their digital literacies. (Bhatt, 2017: 144-145)
28Prof. Ali Sharaf Al Musawi, PhDPresident, Omani Society for Education Technology, & Professor of Sultan Qaboos UniversitySultan Qaboos University, Muscat, OmanOmanA teacher who does not master the technology of today is not able to build tomorrow
 
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29Prof. Raja Maznah Raja Hussain, PhDInstructional and Learning TechnologiesCollege of Education, Sultan Qaboos University, OmanOmanPLEASE - personalized Learning Environments and Students Engagement) is an instructional design and strategies to develop self-directed learners in technology enhanced learning environments.
30Prof. Badrul Khan, PhDIndependent & Principle ConsultantBadrulKhan.comUSATechnology shouldn't guide the design of e-learning, it is pedagogy along with the considerations of issues encompassing ethical, institutional, interface design, evaluation, management, resource support, and technological dimensions of learning environments