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

Berlin, December 2 - 4, 2020

Keynote Speakers

Forward thinking minds will take the stage in four different Plenaries.

This year's keynote speakers will include:


OEB speaker Shirley Alexander

Shirley Alexander

Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Education and Students) University of Technology Sydney,
Session PLE202

OEB speaker Bryan Alexander

Bryan Alexander

Futurist, researcher, writer and teacher at Georgetown University / Bryan Alexander Consulting,
Session PLE202

OEB speaker Heléna Bargiel

Heléna Bargiel

Transforming strategy into high performing teams at LEO Pharma A/S,
Session PLE201

OEB speaker Olivier Crouzet

Olivier Crouzet

Head of Pedagogy at "42", a disruptive educational model and coding school,
Session PLE172

OEB speaker Wei Cui

Wei Cui

Co-founder & Chief Scientist of Squirrel AI Learning,
Session PLE101

OEB speaker Laura Czerniewicz

Laura Czerniewicz

Director at the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CILT) and Centre for Higher Education Development (CHED) at the University of Cape Town,
Session PLE202

OEB speaker Edith Hooge

Edith Hooge

Serves as the Chair of the Education Council of the Netherlands,
Session PLE172

OEB speaker Paul Kirschner

Paul Kirschner

Professor, author and internationally recognised expert on interaction in learning and collaboration for learning,
Session PLE172

OEB speaker Joe Pokropski

Joe Pokropski

Learning and Talent Development Executive,
Session PLE201

OEB speaker Iyad Rahwan

Iyad Rahwan

Founder of the Center for Humans & Machines at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab,
Session PLE101

OEB speaker Richard Straub

Richard Straub

Founder and President of the Peter Drucker Society Europe and of the Global Peter Drucker Forum,
Session PLE201

OEB speaker David Toborek

David Toborek

Head of talent and Head of IT at Metronom GmbH,
Session PLE172

OEB speaker Audrey Watters

Audrey Watters

Education writer at Hack Education, independent scholar and author,
Session PLE101