GLC and Summit Organizers Release “Berlin Consensus: Cornerstones of a Successful Digital Transformation of Education”

The document, which was prepared as part of the lead-up to the 2017 GLC Summit and released during the opening session, outlines five key areas of attention and recommended action for education leaders and practitioners to leverage digitization to improve educational access and outcomes. More on the Summit on the Events Page and #glcberlin17 on Twitter

GLC Announces 2017 GLC Summit, June 29-30 in Berlin

The Global Learning Council will hold its next meeting and symposium on June 29-30 in Berlin, Germany.  The “2017 GLC Summit” will convene leaders from academia, government, non-profit and private industries to consider issues and share ideas on the best ways to leverage technology to improve educational outcomes for all learners, with specific emphasis on the connections […]

GLC Concludes 2nd Meeting & Symposium, Resolves to Take Action on Issues of Global, Cultural Context in TEL

Hosted by the National University of Singapore, the second meeting and symposium of the Global Learning Council (GLC) was highlighted by a series of engaging discussions from global leaders in education, learning science research, technology, philanthropy and policy.  This cross-sector group of leaders and researchers convened around the theme of the 2016 meeting: “Technology-Enhanced Learning […]

Global Learning Council to Convene 2nd Meeting and Symposium in Singapore (April 12-13, 2016)

A cross-sector group of leaders and practitioners in higher education from around the world will gather to share ideas and address important questions on technology-enhanced learning at the second Global Learning Council (GLC) Meeting & Symposium, which will be held April 12-13 at the National University of Singapore (NUS). The GLC convenes leaders from the […]

GLC to Present Draft White Paper to APLU Member Presidents and Chancellors

The Global Learning Council (GLC) will present its draft white paper regarding technology-enhanced learning (TEL) and the sharing of learning data to the Association of Public and Land-grant University (APLU) member presidents and chancellors on June 18, 2015. The paper, “Technology-Enhanced Learning: Best Practices and Data Sharing in Higher Education,” is the result of the […]

GLC Releases Draft White Paper for Public Comment: Addresses Key Challenges in Technology-Enhanced Learning, Data Sharing

The Global Learning Council (GLC), a consortium of leaders in the field of education from academia, industry and nonprofits, released a first draft of a white paper that includes proposed recommendations regarding technology-enhanced learning (TEL) and the sharing of learning data. The paper, “Technology-Enhanced Learning: Best Practices and Data Sharing in Higher Education” (pdf), is […]

Inaugural Meeting of Global Learning Council Lays Groundwork for Improving Learning Outcomes for Students Everywhere

Academic, Industry and Nonprofit Leaders Agree To Create Principles for Sharing Learning Data and Best Practices in Tech-Enhanced Teaching and Learning PITTSBURGH— At its inaugural face-to-face meeting, the leadership of the Global Learning Council (GLC), a consortium of leaders in the field of education from academia, industry and nonprofits, have identified two initial problem statements […]

Global Learning Council to Webcast Inaugural Meeting

September 4-5, 2014 the Global Learning Council (GLC) will be holding its inaugural meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on the campuses of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. The meeting will focus on advancing the science of learning with the goal of improving learning outcomes for students around the world at an affordable cost […]

New Council to Develop Standards, Best Practices for Online Learning

Carnegie Mellon University is convening a high-powered consortium of educators, researchers, and technology-company executives that will spearhead efforts to develop standards and promote best practices in online education.

The Global Learning Council—to be led by Carnegie Mellon’s president, Subra Suresh—will also look for ways to leverage education-technology resources and disseminate data in an education landscape that some think is being…