May 21–23, 2018

Pittsburgh, PA



This unique learning experience, co-designed with Stanford partners, includes site visits to area schools and highlights NGLC’s co-host, the Remake Learning network. Participants who attend the intimate convening will...

  • Feel... Connected + Engaged
  • Understand... New and age-old network thinking + How it applies to your work
  • Act... Apply new network thinking to your work + Design toward increasing equity
  • Make... Contribute stories and assets to express how network design can shape learning shifts for equity.

NGLC Networks for Learning icon Build Connections

Your learning experience will be facilitated by several network leaders and designers. They will help guide and shape participant dialogue, design sessions, and our collective network thinking.

  • Curtis Ogden, Interaction Institute for Social Change
  • Lydia Dobyns, New Tech Network
  • Xiomara Padamsee, Promise54
  • Josh Schachter, CommunityShare
  • Sunanna Chand and Gregg Behr, Remake Learning
  • Laura McBain and Sam Seidel, K12 Lab

Convening resources from these connections, and others, are available on the Network Principles and Network Resources pages.

NGLC Networks for Learning icon Event Highlights

What role does network design play in shaping future learning shifts for equity?  

Monday, May 21

12:00–7:00 p.m. ET

  • Engage with Network 2.0 Design Leaders on questions of network principles for equitable learning, innovation, and the conditions of “healthy” networks
  • Optional Remake Learning Showcase events, 7:00—9:00 p.m. ET
  • Lunch and happy hour included

Tuesday, May 22

8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. ET

  • Meet the Makers at the Pittsburgh Children's Museum
  • Participant Choice: Two options for site visits
  • Network design challenge: Equity
  • Breakfast, lunch, and happy hour included

Wednesday, May 23

8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ET

  • Design challenge demonstrations
  • Looking forward: Commitments and community learning
  • Includes breakfast



NGLC Networks for Learning icon Registration

Deadline: May 18, 2018
Fee: $500

Using the EDUCAUSE event system, create a username and password, then complete the information required for the NGLC event. For help with the system, please call EDUCAUSE member services, (303) 449-4430.