News from OEB Learning Technologies Europe

    • OEB Global Announces 2021 Themes and Call for Proposals

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      Themes for Online Educa Berlin (OEB) have just been launched and learning and education professionals are invited to submit ideas and insights to speak at this year’s event.

    • OEB publishes full programme for its 2020 virtual event

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      The full programme for this year's OEB Global Virtual Experience is now available online; includes details of the keynotes, workshops, panel sessions, debates, registration and more.

    • Learning Technologies Germany and OEB 2020 are going virtual

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      The OEB Global Virtual Experience runs from Nov 30 – Dec 4 and Learning Technologies Germany will again form an important part of the conference programme, specifically focussing on those issues affecting workplace learning.

    • OEB 2019 announces ‘Spotlight Stage’ lineup

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      The Spotlight Stage returns to OEB Global, Europe’s top education and learning technology event, Berlin, 27-29 November; Spotlight Stage to be opened by social age writer and commentator Julian Stodd; promises left-field inspiration, entertainment and provocation from edtech experts.

    • OEB 2019: Using data and analytics in learning

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      OEB 2019 Conference, Berlin, 27-29 November, will debate using data and analytics in education and workplace learning. A series of expert panels with practitioners and edtech leaders aims to provide practical insights for improving learning and debate controversial views on the use of data.

    • OEB Global: Annual debate to stir up storm about direction of education

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      Should education be all about the needs of industry and the economy or is it something more fundamental? Have universities, colleges and schools become too obsessed with what they imagine employers are likely to need from workers in the future? And is this obsession with the skills we suppose will be most in demand actually leading us to prevent students acquiring precisely the skills that will be most valuable?

    • OEB 2019: Reassessing roles in learning

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      OEB 2019, Berlin, 27-29 November, will look at the evolution in the roles of learning professionals: from agile L&D teams to supporting, developing and certifying online teaching in higher education.

    • OEB 2019: Solving skills gaps and preparing students for industry

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      OEB 2019, Berlin, 27-29 November, will show learning and edtech professionals how technology can overcome skills gaps and better prepare students for the workplace. The Conference will explore the impact of AI and a new view on designing educational programmes that deliver on learners’ and employers’ needs.

    • OEB 2019 sponsors announced

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      OEB, Europe’s premier learning and edtech event, incorporating Learning Technologies Germany, has announced its sponsors for the 2019 event.

    • OEB Global: discovering learning - reshaping education and training

      OEB Learning Technologies Europe | Berlin |

      Learning must be fundamentally reshaped to take account not only of increased leisure time in the future, but also a massive surge in demand for lifelong learning. Ahead of the launch of a call for proposals for OEB Global 2019, Europe’s largest conference on technology-assisted learning, experts are calling for a fundamental reassessment of priorities and a new focus on reshaping learning systems and procedures.

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