Connect with us

The global, cross-sector conference and exhibition
on technology-supported learning and training

Berlin, December 1 — 3, 2021


The Future of Learning: Plenary with Bitange Ndemo

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) has brought to question the relevance of the current systems of learning. Sir Ken Robinson describes these systems as antiquated because they were meant to drive the first and second industrial revolutions. Time has come to reimagine new ways of learning to meet the needs of the future of work. Although the Covid-19 pandemic may have inadvertently pushed the world into the future of learning, there is more that needs to be done to take advantage of emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence and leave no one behind. Prof. Bitange Ndemo explores the emerging gap between current learning systems and the demands of the future of work.


OEB speaker Maggy Beukes-Amiss

Maggy Beukes-Amiss

University of Namibia, Namibia


OEB speaker Bitange Ndemo

Bitange Ndemo

ICT Champion and Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of Nairobi, Kenya