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The 2016 Open edX Conference at Stanford Will Gather Around 200 Developers

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The 2016 Open edX Conference, scheduled for June 14 – 15 at Stanford University, will gather over two-hundred top developers, educators and technologists from all over the world.

The main speakers will be Jono Bacon, a leading community manager, and Mitchell L. Stevens, educator and professor at Stanford University, where he also serves as the founding Director of the Center for Advanced Research through Online Learning and co-director of the Lytics Lab.

The conference will be opened by Anant Agarwal, CEO at edX, who will talk about the state of the edX and Open edX community. Several keynotes, talks, panels and lighting talks will complete the two-day program. [IBL will give one of the lighting talks on “education marketing”].

Another two days of workshops and tutorials will follow on June 16 and 17 for a more specialized audience.

During the event, organizers will announce that the 2017 Open edX Conference will be celebrated in Madrid, Spain, on May 24-25, organized by the UC3M University.

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