Sheila Jagannathan leads digital learning at the Leadership, Learning and Innovation group with the World Bank in Washington DC and serves as the organization’s focal point on elearning and issues at the intersection of technology use and education in emerging countries. She is an innovative and strategic educational leader with over 30 years experience in designing and managing distance learning programs/knowledge products and transforming the use of online and classroom pedagogies and technology. Sheila also provides policy advice and technical assistance to World Bank country-level capacity building programs (both government and training institutes seeking to introduce technologies in their educational ystems) in, East Asia, China, the Middle East and North Africa, Africa and South Asia Her current areas of interest and activity include: MOOCs, experiential pedagogy, online/hybrid strategies, development of rich multimodal and social learning environments, big data and learning analytics, LMS and learning ecosystems. She is on the advisory board and planning committees of major professional associations of elearning such as the E-learning Africa, (Annual International Conference for developing E-learning capacities in Africa), International Conference on e-learning (ICEL) etc. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education and Capacity Building (AACE) and so on.