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OEB Global, Europe’s Leading Conference on Digital Learning, Launches its “Stunning” Programme for New ‘Virtual Experience’

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As online education becomes more important than ever before, Europe’s leading advocate of learning, the annual OEB Global conference, which promotes the benefits of digitally enhanced learning and training to thousands of people across the world, has just launched the programme for its “stunning” new ‘Virtual Experience.’

Launching the conference programme for The OEB Global Virtual Experience, which will be held online from November 30 - December 4, OEB Global’s Co-Founder and Conference Chair, Rebecca Stromeyer today (Friday) said:

“The OEB Global Virtual Experience will be stunning. It will offer participants a very comprehensive programme of discussions and networking that will last a complete week and with direct access to global experts in a way never experienced before. They’ll be brought up to speed on how to deliver top quality online learning effectively in the most challenging environments. They’ll get a huge amount of training and knowledge. And they’ll learn from the world’s leading experts.

The European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel, will be joining us. And there’ll be 13 plenary sessions with a line-up of world renowned experts, such as Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD; Pak Tee Ng, Singaporean Educator, Nanyang Technological University; Asha Kanwar, President and CEO of the Commonwealth of Learning; Bitange Ndemo, ICT Champion and Prof of Entrepreneurship at the University of Nairobi; Jane Bozarth, Director of Research at the Learning Guild and many more.

We will have over 120 sessions in different interactive formats on diverse topics, such as tips for remote learning strategies, virtual and hybrid classrooms, XR in Education, digital ethics in training & education, “Global Snapshots" on what is happening in Latin America, the Middle East, Oceania and Africa to name a few” said Ms Stromeyer.

Other big themes of the conference include ‘implementing and scaling up’; ‘design and delivery’; ’data and learning’; ‘assessing skill and competence’; ‘supporting workforce performance’; ‘the new L&D’; ‘tech triggers’ and ‘education futures.’

A major focus of the conference will be on the experience of lockdown and how schools, colleges, institutions and businesses have coped with the need to expand or develop their virtual learning environments and to engage students.

In order to view the complete programme of The OEB Global Virtual Experience 2020, please visit the OEB Global website.