The EDEN Interviews: Leslie Wilson

There are very few people better placed to provide an overarching view of how universities across Europe are adapting to the digital economy than Leslie Wilson. She is Secretary General of the European Universities Association, and was a keynote speaker at the EDEN 25th Anniversary Conference in Budapest.

During the conference we sat down to discuss her work. I wanted to find out her views on a host of digital learning strategies, including the digitisation of content, open academic publishing and the integration of technology into higher education. What needs to be done next to ensure a successful future for technology supported learning? What do undergraduates need in a richly technological age? What will be the future of academic publishing? How effective are digital repositories? These and other questions feature in the interview.

Photo by University of the Fraser Valley on Flickr

Previous EDEN Interviews
Tony Bates, Sir John Daniel, Michael G. Moore (Budapest 2016)
Jim Groom (Barcelona 2015)
Martin Weller (Barcelona 2015)
Audrey Watters (Barcelona 2015)
Antonio Teixeira (Barcelona 2015)
Martin de Laat (Barcelona 2015)
Sugata Mitra (Oslo 2013)
Michael G. Moore (Oslo 2013)
June Breivik (Oslo 2013)
Steve Wheeler (Dublin 2011)
Graham Attwell (Dublin 2011)
Ingeborg Bo (Dublin 2011)

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The EDEN Interviews: Leslie Wilson by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.


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