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Discovering Learning: OEB 2019 pre-conference workshops published

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OEB Global, incorporating Learning Technologies, has published the programme of pre-conference workshops for its 2019 event, taking place in Berlin this November.

20 pre-conference workshops are taking place at OEB 2019 on 27 November
20 pre-conference workshops are taking place at OEB 2019 on 27 November 

OEB has published its programme of pre-conference workshops for the upcoming event in Berlin, 27-29 November. 

OEB Global brings you to the forefront of learning technology developments. The event has a unique, cross-sector focus, fostering exchange on the use of new technologies in learning and training in the corporate, education and public service sectors.

OEB’s pre-conference workshops are hosted by edtech leaders and practitioners and take place on 27 November, the day before the main conference and exhibition.

The workshops cover a wide variety of edtech topics such as: the classroom of the future, forecasting methods for the future of education, designing value-based L&D roadmaps, storytelling for strategic academic innovation, creating video for teaching and learning, podcasting production, mixed reality - implementing VR and AR scenarios, rethinking educational systems, developing chatbots for learning, designing an escape room for educators, learning design, personalisation and adaptive learning, serious gaming and much more.

The full programme and booking details are available on OEB 2019’s Pre-Conference Events webpage.

OEB event organiser, Astrid Jaeger, said: “The 2019 pre-conference workshops offer something for everyone involved in education technology. They provide delegates with practical ways to discover the future of learning.”

In total there are twenty pre-conference sessions which delegates can sign up for: six full day workshops, six morning workshops and eight afternoon workshops. Some are free to attend and some have a fee. The 2018 programme was fully booked and seats for the 2019 pre-conference programme are allocated on a first come, first serve basis.