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

Berlin, December 5 – 7, 2018

OEB 2017 Keynote Speakers and Chairpersons Included:

OEB speaker Joe Edelman

Joe Edelman

nxhx and Livable Media, USA
Session Plenary B

OEB speaker Claire Fox

Claire Fox

Director of the Institute of Ideas, Writer and TV and BBC Radio Panelist, UK
Session Plenary B

OEB speaker Nik Gowing

Nik Gowing

Broadcast Journalist, UK
Session Plenary A

OEB speaker Lauren Herckis

Lauren Herckis

Anthropologist Specialising in Faculty Culture and the Use of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Session Plenary D

OEB speaker Julia Hobsbawm

Julia Hobsbawm

Expert in Social Health at Cass Business School, London and author of Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload, UK
Session Plenary B

OEB speaker Andrew Keen

Andrew Keen

Author, Entrepreneur and Controversial Commentator on the Digital Revolution, USA
Session Plenary D

OEB speaker Patrick King

Patrick King

Insights Lead, Learning Solutions at LinkedIn, USA
Session Plenary C

OEB speaker Aleks Krotoski

Aleks Krotoski

Social Psychologist and Broadcaster at the Guardian, UK
Session Plenary A

OEB speaker Heather McGowan

Heather McGowan

Internationally Recognized Expert on the Future of Work and the Future of Learning, USA
Session Plenary C

OEB speaker Ada Pellert

Ada Pellert

FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany
Session Plenary D

OEB speaker Marc Prensky

Marc Prensky

Global Future Education Foundation and Institute, USA
Session Plenary B

OEB speaker Alan Ryan

Alan Ryan

Technology Enhanced Learning Lead for HEE and National Programme Director for HEE e-LfH, UK
Session Plenary C

OEB speaker Pasi Sahlberg

Pasi Sahlberg

Educator, Author and Changemaker, Finland
Session Plenary A

OEB speaker Sanjay Sarma

Sanjay Sarma

Vice President for Open Learning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Session Plenary D

OEB speaker Abigail Trafford

Abigail Trafford

Author and Leader in the Movement to Fight Ageism, USA
Session Plenary A