Closing Keynote: Jonathon Richter
Emerging Strategic Innovations in Educational Leadership: Future-Focused & Grounded in the Cloud

What do educational leaders do in these increasingly complex, fast-paced, and interconnected times to engage their students with new technologies and demonstrate results? The world is changing quickly – and with it, educational institutions are asked to deliver in new and improved ways. A scan of emerging trends and the results that business, education, non-profit, and other organizations are achieving reveals a new set of work routines and dynamics worthy of note. This session will provide a future-focused and positive outlook for learning technologies and those who use them. For students and their teachers, trainers, and other content experts, the future has never looked brighter.


Pratibha Chopra · May 16, 2011 at 11:54 am

China has adopted the Indian curriculum and many text books are taken from India, USA and UK. After doing mbbs in china students are eligible to practice in USA, UK and Europe. Some colleges have good cooperative relation with other countries’ universities such as Japan, USA, Canada, France, England etc. There are lots of universities available where students can get admission such as Dalian Medical University, harbin medical university, Guangxi Medical University and Liaoning Medical University. Most of the MBBS colleges and universities provide excellent hostel facilities with mess.

Jon Richter · June 16, 2011 at 7:49 pm

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