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November
23 – 25
Berlin

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Subthemes Slideshow

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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 learning solutions and education platform companies?
- Stepping out of the ‘Training Bubble’
- Learning spaces, places and environments
- Re-visiting the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Education 4.0 after COVID
- The power of university alliances and partnerships
- Digital learning policies, governance and HE leadership

Issues we’d like to discuss and questions we’d like to answer will include:
- How to equip student and workers for uncertain futures?
- How to innovate new learning solutions to tackle stakeholders’ issues
- How to generate new knowledge for a changing world by online learning?
- How to help learners navigate between informal, non-formal and formal learning opportunities throughout life?
- Are universities and colleges all now digital businesses?
- How to boost efforts to meet Sustainable Development Goals
- How to involve unique student populations?

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