Panel Presentation LTG157
Learning for Future Skills
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time –
Building the skills of the workforce for tomorrow is no longer possible using just an annual curriculum and schedule of classroom training. Today, these have to be carefully targeted at what's suitable for students and institutions and organisations and employees. Fortunately, we have data and systems that enable us to do that. In this session we hear how data can be used both in Higher Education to prepare graduates for work, and look at how smart automation can be used to re-skill employees fast when a company's way of working changes.
LinkedIn Learning, Germany
Bridging the Graduate Skill Gap - How Higher Education Institutions Can Leverage LinkedIn Data to Ensure Graduates Are Prepared for the Workforce
I am sharing the interest for learning, innovation and systemic development with customers and peers. With the degree of a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) [cp. Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)] in Media Technology, I am specialized in eLearning since 2007.
Aside of my job at LinkedIn, I am serving the Union of International Associations (UIA) as Member of the Executive Council, the European Commission (EC) as an external expert for Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Projects and the OER community as an Open Education Europa Fellow.