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

Berlin, December 1 — 3, 2021



Onlife Learning Spaces. Why Do We Have to Rethink Concepts of Hybrid Learning Environments

With the presentation of research findings in the context of Onlife Learning Spaces, participants will discover that the concept of hybrid learning environments encompasses two innovation potentials with (a) the adjustment of existing physical places and (b) the activation of new physical places. This implicates that merging physical and virtual learning environments not only affects campus premises and the technical infrastructures at universities but the necessity to integrate new places of our everyday lifes. The research study shows that in addition to the home of students the workplace is a relevant place for lifelong learning activities. Against this background we have to discuss challenges and opportunities for companies and universities to support the individual development of employees and students as well as to gain benefits from the transdisciplinary exchange and innovation ecosystems between science and the world of business.


OEB speaker Katja Ninnemann

Katja Ninnemann

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, Germany