University of Naples Federico II – Italy | May 20 – 22, 2019

EMOOCs is back!

The Higher Education landscape is changing. As the information economy progresses, demand for a more highly, and differently, qualified workforce increases, and HE Institutions face the challenge of reskilling and upskilling people throughout their lives. The corporate and NGO sectors are themselves exploring the benefits of a more qualified online approach to training, and are entering the education market in collaboration with HE Institutions, but also autonomously or via new certifying agencies. Technology is the other significant player in this scenario. It allows for new, data-driven ways of measuring learning outcomes, new curriculum structures and alternative forms of recruitment strategy via people analytics.

MOOCs represent the crossroads where the three converge. Come to EMOOCs 2019 and explore the impact and future direction of open, online education on a social, political and institutional level.

Keynote Speakers


Mauro Calise

Director, Federica Weblearning

Anant Agarwal - edX CEO

Anant Agarwal

CEO, edX

Professor MIT

Simon Nelson - FutureLearn CEO

Simon Nelson


Candace Thille

Candace Thille

Director of Stanford Open Learning Initiative


Dil Sidhu

Chief Content Officer

Bruno Siciliano

Bruno Siciliano

Professor of Control and Robotics


Georgi Dimitrov

Deputy Head of Unit “Innovation and EIT”
European Commission


Dhawal Shah

Class Central 

Conference Track

The EMOOCs Summit Program

Local Organizer

Federica Weblearning - EMOOCS2019

Federica is one of the leaders in open-access course production and delivery in Europe, hosting over 300 blended courses and 150 MOOCs (with more in the pipeline) on its two platforms, and a growing portfolio of courses on the edX platform. Hallmarks of the Federica vision are: research-based; curricular courses + opportunities for blended and mixed mode delivery; quality content and standardised format; interface design and adaptive technology; electronic Alexandria – guided access to authoritative + preferably open, sources on the Web; Openness – as the Italian university system is public, Federica courses are offered free of charge. Read more




edX gold sponsor emoocs


Iversity silver sponsor emoocs
Future Learn silver sponsor emoocs


smowltech bronze sponsor emoocs

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