OEB will this year take place amongst unprecedented change in education and workplace learning, driven by the fundamental shift in how we work and the drive to global digital transformation.
Those with an interest in shaping education and workplace learning are encouraged not to miss the opportunity to help form the agenda for this year’s OEB conference by proposing a topic, talk or session.
Conference organiser Astrid Jaeger, points out: “Learning will no longer be a brief phase in life. It will become a central part of our existence. In an era of constant and increasing change, we will discover a new appreciation of learning and an understanding of its place in the future. We will learn to love learning.”
“But how should we change education and training, so that they can play the leading role the future demands of them?”
Each year the OEB conference debates and discusses the most important topics in education and workplace learning. It provides insights to help education and learning providers to prepare for the future.
“The overall theme for OEB 2018 is ‘Learning to Love Learning’. Our agenda for this year’s conference is starting to take shape and there is still time for educators and learning professionals to contribute,” explains Astrid Jaeger.
Jaeger adds: “This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to help shape how learning and education technology will evolve in practice - across both business and education in the coming years. I’d like to remind and encourage all those with an interest in learning and education technology to get involved.”
There’s a host of information about OEB on the website, including details about how to get involved by submitting ideas for inclusion on this year’s conference agenda. The closing date to submit proposals for OEB is April 30th, 2018.
OEB Global, incorporating Learning Technologies Germany, is at the forefront of learning and technology developments. It provides delegates with new insights on opportunities and challenges that are changing the world of learning. It shows the latest best practices from education and industry; it allows people to meet, discuss and network with policy makers, higher education leaders, chief learning officers, technology and learning experts, learning and development professionals, change managers, ICT administrators, online learning curriculum designers and many many more.