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Welcome to OE Global19!

To help you plan your participation the conference program schedule can be filtered by date, venue, session type, and session format using the Filter functions.

Filter by Date lets you look at a specific day of the program.
Filter by Venue lets you look at the program by venue rooms where sessions are taking place.
Filter by Type lets you look at the program by track. In addition to keynotes and breaks the program is made up of three main tracks or types of sessions Pedagogy, Roles, and Strategies.
Clicking on a type in Filter by Type lets you see only sessions of that type in the program schedule.
In addition, Pedagogy, Roles, and Strategies each have a set of associated topics. Topics appear when you hover over a type name in the Filter by Type area of Sched. Topics are clickable allowing you to further filter the program by topic.
Session Format lets you view the program by types of sessions - Action Labs, Lightning Talks, Posters, Presentations, and World Cafes.

The conference program is rich and diverse representing the current state of open education around the world.


Hsu-Tien Wan

Taipei Medical University
Deputy CIO
Hsu-Tien Wan, easily remembered as Marian Wan, is the Vice CIO at Taipei Medical University (TMU, www.tmu.edu.tw), Taiwan. During the past 10 years, as a key member in the IT Office, she has promoted e-learning and managed various ICT platforms. In 2006, Marian began to introduce the OCW concept inside TMU and gathered full support from the top administrative officers of the University. TMU joined the OCW Consortium in 2008, and then joined Taiwan OCW Consortium (TOCWC) in 2009. TMU OCW site was launched in August 2007, and provided 72 courses by the end of 2012.

Marian was elected a board member of TOCWC in August 2011. She currently runs a project to integrate web-analytics tools into OCW sites of member universities. Marian is a Register Pharmacist both in Taiwan and in the U.S. She received a B.S. in Pharmacy from Taipei Medical University and a Master in Computer Science from Creighton University in the U.S. She has taught Basic Computer Science courses since 2000.