Panel Presentation LTG156
Building a Learner Ecosystem
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time – Room Köpenick II/III
'Learning ecosystems' are a hot topic right now. But discussion around them too often focuses on technology and omits the most important part - the people. In this session we look at practical case studies of creating 'Learner ecosystems', exploring how private sector companies and non-profits alike can build complex, rich people-oriented cultures that create the context to enable authentic learning.
SAP Education, Germany
Thomas Jenewein is the SAP Education Business Development Manager for Middle & Eastern Europe. After studying Organizational Psychology he collected more than 20 years of experience from different positions in the field of Learning & Talent Management, consultancy and program management. Thomas is a frequent content contributor and creates blog entries, articles or holds presentations on innovation in learning.
Stephanie Marie Rahbek Simonsen
DanChurchAid Learning Lab, Denmark
Learner-Centered Ecosystems: Fostering Authentic Learning within and across Organisations (at NGOs and Beyond)
Stephanie Rahbek Simonsen M.A., M.LIS, is a Learning Experience Designer in DanChurchAid's Learning Lab, where she helps subject matter experts connect their target audiences with the knowledge and skills they need. Before moving to Denmark, she was a Professor of Communication and Curriculum Coordinator at Fanshawe College in London, Canada. Stephanie is passionate about bridging academia and practice and finding practical tools to make organisational learning more effective, with particular attention to learner-centered and outcome-based design.