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Agenda OEB Global 2022

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Creating an Interoperable International Digital Ecosystem for Education

Pre-Conference Workshop - M1

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Wed

Speexx Exchange

Pre-Conference Workshop - FD1

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Wed

Ethics, Analytics and the Duty of Care

Pre-Conference Workshop - FD2

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Wed

Thinking Bigger and Broader: Specifying a Curriculum Design Competency for L&D Professionals

Pre-Conference Workshop - M2

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Wed

Transforming In-Person to Remote Activities: Setting the Stage for Improved Virtual Collaboration

Pre-Conference Workshop - M3

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Wed

Taking Back the Open Web in Higher Ed

Pre-Conference Workshop - M4

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Wed

Use Free Research-Supported Resources to Improve Learning Environments, Ensure Academic Integrity and Help All Students Succeed

Pre-Conference Workshop - M5

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Wed

Storyboarding: Successful Student-Centred Online Learning

Pre-Conference Workshop - M6

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Wed

Producing Video for Online Courses

Pre-Conference Workshop - FD3

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Wed

Optimising the Use of ICT in Educational Innovation: An Open Discussion Based on the University of Twente’s Experiences

Pre-Conference Workshop - A1

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Wed

Making the Digital Transformation? Redesign the School!

Pre-Conference Workshop - A2

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Wed

Creating your Future through Images: Education 4.0 in your Paint and Fibre Pen Box!

Pre-Conference Workshop - A3

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Wed

Designing Humanistic Learning Experiences for Education, Training and Product Development

Pre-Conference Workshop - A4

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Wed

Applying and Translating Learning Design and Analytics Approaches in your Institution

Pre-Conference Workshop - A5

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Wed

DistancE-Learning in Europe – Exchange of Experience and Knowledge Sharing Use of Data in Education

Pre-Conference Workshop - A6

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Wed

Accelerating Digital Education

Pre-Conference Workshop - A7

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Wed

Join The Innovative Learning Arena: Let's Battle It Out!

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Thu

Opening Plenary OEB22

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Thu

Coffee, Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Coffee

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Thu

Tokens Versus Degrees: Microcredentials for Career Pivots and Continuous Professional Development

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Teaching for the Future: 10 Hands-On Teaching Tools to Boost Creativity & Innovation for our Accelerating World

How To

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Thu

Building the L&D Team for the Future

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Will the Fourth Be With You? Achieving Education for the New Worlds of Work

Panel Discussion

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Thu

One Hundred Successes in Education During the Pandemic

Boardroom Dialogue

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Thu

Using the Latest eLearning Developments to Foster More Personalised and Effective Learning Experiences

Learning Café

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Thu

Embracing AI to Automatically Create Student-Centred Curricula

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Powering Up the Effectiveness of Blended Learning in Higher Education

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Redesign Sprint: Rethink Three Courses in One Day

How To

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Thu

Gamified, Co-Created and Micro learned: A Recipe to Engage University Students?

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Mixing it up: Using Augmented Reality and Virtual Avatars for Engaging Workplace Training

Presentation Panel

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Thu

How International Cooperation can Boost the Uptake of OER for Higher Education and Life-Long Learning

Panel Discussion

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Thu

World-Class Public Education? Interoperability is Key!

Panel Discussion

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Thu

Seven Corporate Learning Metrics That’ll Help Prove ROI

Learning Café

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Thu

Lunch and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Lunch

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Thu

The good, the Bad and the Limitations of AI in Education

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Sprinting into Learning Experience Design (LxD)

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Building Future Skills and Employability with TVET

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Can we Reach Ambitious and Complex Learning Objectives Using EdTech Such as Augmented Reality and Adaptive Algorithms?

Learning Café

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Thu

How to Create a Learning Podcast: Featuring a Live Recording of the 'Great Minds on Learning' Podcast

How To

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Thu

How to Create your Own Interactive 360° Video for Education

How To

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Thu

The Future of Education: Reimagined

Learning Café

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Thu

Two Years of Extensive Remote Examination! Experiences and Learning for the Future

Learning Café

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Thu

EnABLing Future-Focused Design for Active Blended Learning

Learning Café

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Thu

How to Measure (& Communicate!) the Impact of your L&D Programmes

Learning Café

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Thu

Integrating Crisis Learning as Part of Futures Literacy Competencies

Boardroom Dialogue

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Thu

Educational Neurotechnologies: Trend, Need, or Futurity?

Boardroom Dialogue

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Thu

Boosting Careers and Learning with Smart, Inclusive Job Assessment World-wide

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Coffee, Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Coffee

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Thu

Next Level Educational Innovation: Evidence-Informed Practices to Innovate Higher and Secondary Education

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Where Does the Money Go? Venture Capital and the Future of Learning

Panel Discussion

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Thu

Video Killed the PowerPoint Star - Creating In-House Media-Rich Training Materials

Presentation Panel

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Thu

How Digital Credentials Are Transforming Skills Recognition in the Humanitarian Sector

Panel Discussion

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Thu

Can Data Help? - Learning Analytics on the Path Towards Personalised Assessments

Presentation Panel

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Thu

An Operational Approach to Digital Competencies Development at an Institutional Level in HE

Learning Café

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Thu

The Covid Aftermath. Are Students Ready for Massive Online Learning?

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Time to Widen Learning Participation Beyond the Young and the Digital

Presentation Panel

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Thu

Integrating Principles of Online Course Design into Practice

Learning Café

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Thu

Embracing Flexible Learning through Educational Podcasts: Sharing the Marketing Matters Experience

Boardroom Dialogue

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Thu

Data-driven Learning for Organisational Success

Boardroom Dialogue

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Thu

Creating "Sticky" Learning with Drip-Feeds as Learning Reinforcement

How To

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Thu

Digital Transformation in Campus Management: Administration & Learning in the Future

Learning Café

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Thu

Driving Smarter Business Impact – Start-up Tips for Corporate L&D

Learning Café

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Thu

OEB Annual Debate: "This House Believes Education Should Move to the Metaverse"

Debate

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Fri

Moving Beyond the Daily Grind

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Fri

The University of the Roller Coaster

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Fri

Coffee, Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Coffee

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Fri

Performance Based Functional Onboarding

Boardroom Dialogue

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Fri

Extended Discussion – Exploring Hybrid Futures & Envisioning Education Beyond the Pandemic

Boardroom Dialogue

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Fri

How to Use Learning Design and Learning Analytics in your own Practice?

How To

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Fri

How to Set Up a Learning Strategy for Your Company

Learning Café

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Fri

We Don’t Need No Classroom - Towards a New Role for Universities and Teachers

Panel Discussion

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Fri

Online Synchronous Delivery - How to Make it Work for Schools

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Bright and Shiny Open Education - Or Not?

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Get Real and Solve the Problem - Success formulae for Setting Up Problem & Project Based Authentic Learning

Presentation Panel

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Fri

When Culture Can’t Be Filtered Out - Best Practices for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Running the L&D Department Like a Business

Presentation Panel

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Fri

What is Quality in Online Learning?

Learning Café

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Fri

Benchmarking Digital Transformation in Education & Training Systems - Critical Success Factors for Step-Change and Massification

Learning Café

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Fri

Fieldlab 'Evidence-Informed Innovation in Higher Education': Practical Steps to Grounded Educational Change

Learning Café

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Fri

Lunch and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Lunch

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Fri

Digitalising the International Student Journey

Learning Café

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Fri

Making the Journey from Learning to Performance

How To

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Fri

Integrating Online and Experiential Learning to Foster Global Citizens

Learning Café

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Fri

How to Grab Learner Attention & Inspire Engagement

How To

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Fri

Hybrid is Here to Stay: Get your Case Together and Set Up a Hybrid Teaching Environment!

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Schools in Digital Transformation: Measuring Digital Maturity and Quality of Online Teaching

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Using Data to Make a Convincing Case for the Impact of Learning

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Calling All Heroes: Adventures with Open Educational Resources

Learning Café

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Fri

Training the Volunteers – the Challenge of Learning in the Humanitarian Sector

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Going Digital 4.0: New Design Thinking for the Digital Transformation of Higher Education

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Seeing is Believing: 360 Degree Video and VR in Workplace Training

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Transforming Training Using Agile Design and Peer-to-Peer Support

How To

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Fri

Upgrade Your Educational Assets! Best Practices to Organise Professional Development for Technology-Enhanced Teaching

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Coffee, Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

Networking Coffee

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Fri

Workplace Learning: The Closing Conversation - Re-imagining Our Own Vision for Learning

Panel Discussion

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Fri

Embedding Soft Skills to Enhance Future Employability

Panel Discussion

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Fri

Cases and Projects on Virtual Exchange and Intercultural Competences

Presentation Panel

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Fri

Providing Tools for Student Mobility in the EuroTeq Alliance

Learning Café

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Fri

Enhancing Students’ Digital Skills

How To

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Fri

Let’s do it! Educational Game Development: Guide to Creating an Educational Game from a Media Psychology Perspective

How To

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Fri

"Pick your Corner" - Visioning and Achieving Viable Futures for Learning

Learning Café

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Fri

Educational Design Patterns and the Academic Digital Skills of Students

Boardroom Dialogue

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Keynote Speakers

Plenaries feature world-class keynote speakers: proven experts with contributions that will take you on a journey far beyond conference themes. Bringing new perspectives and new impulses for innovation. Speakers will include:

OEB speaker Pär Lager

Pär Lager

Lecturer at the Swedish Defence University, Senior Advisor and Author of "Upskill and Reskill"

OEB speaker Lukas Lewandowski

Lukas Lewandowski

Country Manager DACH, Coursera, Germany

OEB speaker David Mattin

David Mattin

Founder, New World Same Humans, United Kingdom

OEB speaker Njeri Mwagiru

Njeri Mwagiru

Senior Futurist at Institute for Futures Research (IFR) at Stellenbosch University Business School

OEB speaker Carlos J. Ochoa Fernández

Carlos J. Ochoa Fernández

Founder & CEO ONE Digital Consulting / Chairman Education Committee VRAR Association

OEB speaker Berna Öztinaz

Berna Öztinaz

CHRO Genel Energy, EAPM Board Member, WFPMA Board Delegate

OEB speaker Bart Rienties

Bart Rienties

Professor of Learning Analytics at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University UK

OEB speaker Rikke Toft Nørgård

Rikke Toft Nørgård

Associate Professor at the School of Education, Aarhus University, Steering Group Member at the Centre for Higher Education Futures

OEB speaker Clare Walsh

Clare Walsh

Head of Education, Institute of Analytics, United Kingdom

OEB speaker Meredith Wellard

Meredith Wellard

VP Group Learning Talent and HR Platforms, Deutsche Post DHL

Pre-Conference Workshops

 Develop Practical Skills and Acquire a Deeper Knowledge

 

Book your place in advance via this link as seats are limited.

If you are registered for the main event already, we'll add the workshop-booking to your existing ticket

FD1 Full-day Event

Speexx Exchange


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: free of charge
Status: places available

FD2 Full-day Event

Ethics, Analytics and the Duty of Care


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 170.00 €
Status: places available

FD3 Full-day Event

Producing Video for Online Courses


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 170.00 €
Status: places available

M1 Morning Event

Creating an Interoperable International Digital Ecosystem for Education


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: free of charge
Status: places available

M2 Morning Event

Thinking Bigger and Broader: Specifying a Curriculum Design Competency for L&D Professionals


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

M3 Morning Event

Transforming In-Person to Remote Activities: Setting the Stage for Improved Virtual Collaboration


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

M4 Morning Event

Taking Back the Open Web in Higher Ed


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

M5 Morning Event

Use Free Research-Supported Resources to Improve Learning Environments, Ensure Academic Integrity and Help All Students Succeed


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

M6 Morning Event

Storyboarding: Successful Student-Centred Online Learning


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

A1 Afternoon Event

Optimising the Use of ICT in Educational Innovation: An Open Discussion Based on the University of Twente’s Experiences


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

A2 Afternoon Event

Making the Digital Transformation? Redesign the School!


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

A3 Afternoon Event

Creating your Future through Images: Education 4.0 in your Paint and Fibre Pen Box!


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

A4 Afternoon Event

Designing Humanistic Learning Experiences for Education, Training and Product Development


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: 90.00 €
Status: places available

A5 Afternoon Event

Applying and Translating Learning Design and Analytics Approaches in your Institution


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: free of charge
Status: places available

A6 Afternoon Event

DistancE-Learning in Europe – Exchange of Experience and Knowledge Sharing Use of Data in Education


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: free of charge
Status: places available

A7 Afternoon Event

Accelerating Digital Education


Date: Wednesday, Nov 23
Time: 
Price: free of charge
Status: places available

Conference Highlights

Featured Highlights for OEB22

OEB speaker Saul Carliner

Saul Carliner

Professor, Concordia University, Canada

Calling All Heroes: Adventures with Open Educational Resources

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OEB speaker Natalia Kmiec-Braun

Natalia Kmiec-Braun

Management Consultant, Accenture, Poland

Teaching for the Future: 10 Hands-On Teaching Tools to Boost Creativity & Innovation for our Accelerating World

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OEB speaker Maria Spies

Maria Spies

Co-CEO, HolonIQ, Australia

OEB speaker Papa Youga Dieng

Papa Youga Dieng

Program Coordinator, Organisation internationale de la Francophonie, Senegal

Performance Based Functional Onboarding

Description
OEB speaker Mariana Mocanu

Mariana Mocanu

Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Using the Latest eLearning Developments to Foster More Personalised and Effective Learning Experiences

Description
OEB speaker Antonio Maratea

Antonio Maratea

Lecturer, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy

Driving Smarter Business Impact – Start-up Tips for Corporate L&D

Description

Seven Corporate Learning Metrics That’ll Help Prove ROI

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OEB speaker Marieta Jansen van Vuuren

Marieta Jansen van Vuuren

Senior Academic Developer, North-West University, South Africa

Educational Design Patterns and the Academic Digital Skills of Students

Description

Educational Neurotechnologies: Trend, Need, or Futurity?

Description

Integrating Online and Experiential Learning to Foster Global Citizens

Description
OEB speaker Stephen Downes

Stephen Downes

Researcher, National Research Council Canada, Canada

Debate

OEB Annual Debate: "This House Believes Education Should Move to the Metaverse"

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OEB speaker Laura Pomares

Laura Pomares

Associate Learning Fellow , United Nations System Staff College, Italy

OEB speaker John Helmer

John Helmer

Learning Hack Podcast, UK

OEB speaker Jürgen Handke

Jürgen Handke

Linguist, Educator, Awardwinning Digital Learning and Teaching Pioneer, Germany

OEB speaker Esther Grieder

Esther Grieder

HPass Lead / Platform Solutions Specialist, Humanitarian Leadership Academy (part of Save the Children), United Kingdom

OEB speaker Sazilah Salam

Sazilah Salam

Professor, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia

Join The Innovative Learning Arena: Let's Battle It Out!

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OEB speaker Johanna Braun

Johanna Braun

Head of Teaching Center, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Zurich, Switzerland

OEB speaker Olivier Crouzet

Olivier Crouzet

Head of Pedagogy, 42, France

Transforming Training Using Agile Design and Peer-to-Peer Support

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OEB speaker Guy Shtub

Guy Shtub

Head of Training, ScyllaDB, Israel

OEB speaker Amy Zidulka

Amy Zidulka

Associate Professor, Royal Roads University, Canada

Overall 2022 Theme: Re-imagining Our Vision for Learning

The last few years have been disruptive and even devastating for many people but there has also been a period of innovation and enterprise. At times it felt as though the  forward march of progress had come to a halt but, in many areas, the advance continued and at a quicker pace – particularly in higher education and corporate learning. Under darkening skies and beset by new challenges, we are in unfamiliar terrain where nothing is as easy as we supposed but now we have the hope offered by new insights into what is possible for all of us. How can we regain our confidence and recapture the ground we have lost? How can we make the most of the new flexibility we have discovered? How can we work together and re-imagine our collective vision for the education and training of the future?

Subthemes and Topics

Eight inter-related conference topics and questions that will be explored at the event are set out below. By bringing together participants from the education, workplace learning and government sectors we will be critically examining these issues and the opportunities and challenges that are changing the world of learning.

The organisers welcome all speaking proposals that challenge current practice, research and policy and are happy for contributors to interpret the themes broadly.

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1 - Thought-through Learning Design for Online Teaching and Learning

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Creating true co-design for post-pandemic progress
- Methodologies and theories: applying evidence-informed and innovative practices to the real world
- Learning success and learning from failure with blended and hybrid delivery
- The power of content and curriculum development and (data-driven) instructional design
- Interactive multimedia as powerful tools

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- Can we design once and deliver many times?
- How does assessment change with different learning designs?
- How to use video and audio in/for learning?
- How to cultivate and protect the learner experience in virtual settings?
- How to incorporate effective practice toolkits based on the science of learning

 

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2 - L&D Capability and Leadership: Learning as a Strategic Instrument

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- L&D’s role: within wider ecosystems; in supporting innovation and continuous improvement; in fostering a learning culture
- Learning centres and L&D academies
- Matching the speed of learning with the speed of business innovation

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to increase focus on performance outcomes, rather than on learning outputs?
- How to embed learning solutions in the daily workflow?
- How to capture and maximise tacit knowledge?
- How to take traditional in-person courses online: onboarding, product training and soft skills?
- How to demonstrate the business value of L&D - and gain the budget for it?

 

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3 - Creating the Human Experience

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Social and peer learning
- Coaching and mentoring
- Online facilitation and delivery
- New identities and relationships
- The roles of the learning designer and technologist

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to enhance engagement online?
- How to support networks of collective learning?
- How to better share knowledge and experiences?
- How to better use evidence of how people learn?

 

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4 - Using Learning Technologies to Structure the Learning Experience

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Learning Management Systems and Learning Experience Platforms
- Interaction in synchronous and asynchronous virtual classrooms
- Virtual worlds teaching and training (XR, virtual reality, augmented training, serious games, the metaverse)
- Curation, co-developed learning content, standards, OER, Open Source
- Holograms, robots and synthetic media in real-life classrooms

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to design learning solutions based on performance support?
- How to ensure variety in technology-enhanced learning?
- How to use multiple systems and tools to enhance learning experiences and improve impact?
- How to create accessible and inclusive learning materials and engagement?
- How to constructively deploy diversity for knowledge construction?

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5 - Making Decisions with Data: Improving Effectiveness, Outcomes and Quality

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- AI and personalised, adaptive delivery
- Learning analytics – beyond prediction to engagement and feedback
- Learning outcomes – using the right metrics
- Protection and privacy
- Blockchain technologies for education and innovation
- Standards and quality

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to provide insights into tailored learning processes using dashboards?
- How to use Artificial Intelligence to improve learning processes?
- How to make a case with data?
- How to select the right metrics and measures to demonstrate impact?
- How to run secure online assessments and certifications remotely?
- How can data help us collaborate and co-create smarter?

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6 - Keep Learning: Capabilities, Competencies, Skills and Credentials

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Learning journeys, career pathways, performance journeys, and long-term career development
- Credentials, certifications, badges and verification
- Linking curricula to workplace needs
- Skills-based talent management
- Credit-bearing online programmes and courses
- Upskilling and re-skilling initiatives

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to foster equity, inclusivity and access?
- How to foster academic stakeholder collaboration (institutions, credential issuers, industry partners, verifiers, workplaces)?
- How to unlock in-demand credentials for in-demand skills?
- How to achieve change by changing habits and behaviour?
- How to make the most of micro-credentials for employability?

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7- Initiating and Implementing Digital Transformation

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Technology integration
- New technology developments driven by learning and performance needs
- Bringing digital working and learning together
- Online learner profiles
- Best practices of EdTech labs, teaching and learning centres, hubs and collaborative global networks
- Managing and learning in complexity

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to enhance the delivery of content using Web3, the metaverse, NFTs and DAOs
- How to involve L&D in Digital Transformation?
- How to integrate student information systems with the VLE
- How to involve all stakeholders in Digital Transformation?
- How to apply systems thinking, creativity, innovation and boldness in changing contexts?

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8 - Preparing for the Future of Learning

Contributions may include but are not limited to:
- Trends, reforms and new education ecosystems
- What’s new and next for lea