Panel Session LEN108
Learning Experiences in Physical, Online and Hybrid Learning Spaces
Though online, remote learning and training still takes place in "a" physical space too - in homes, offices, libraries etc. etc.
Research in this session sheds light on the traditional classroom delivery format versus virtual classroom delivery: what are the variables that influence learning effectiveness? What are the fundamental needs of students in hybrid learning environments? How can we integrate active, contextualized, virtual learning experiences in physical learning spaces?
SRH Higher Education, Germany
Katja Ninnemann develops, implements and investigates innovative learning and working environments to link the physical and the virtual world while taking into account organizational, social and spatial aspects.
She studied Architecture and Urban Development at Technische Universität Darmstadt and wrote her doctoral thesis at Technische Universität Wien about innovation processes and the potentials of hybrid learning spaces at universities. From 2019 to 2020 she held the visiting professorship Corporate Learning Architecture at Technische Universität Berlin to teach and do research on the topic of spatial design processes and spatial design practices of hybrid environments.
After working several years at SRH (Stiftung Rehabilitation Heidelberg) as well as with her own office 47ig she starts the professorship Digitalization and Workspace Management at HTW Berlin – Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin in October 2020.
Ellen Van de Woestijne
Ellen Van de Woestijne is Global Strategic Marketing Director for Learning Experience at Barco. Ellen is an experienced B2B marketeer and passionate about digital transformation, sales and marketing. As Global Strategic Director, she is responsible for the go-to-market, the complete marketing value chain and the global communications of Barco’s products and solutions in the Learning & Development market. Ellen joined Barco 5 years ago. She lived, worked and studied in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong. She developed her skills at innovative companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Omega Pharma & Tennant.
Ellen is a regular speaker on learning technologies and the implementation of virtual-instructor led training.