Online Educa Berlin Newsportal

The OEB News Portal disseminates information about rich learning opportunities in conjunction with technologies, such as computers, the Internet, mobile devices, radio and audiovisual media. It is a hub for sharing ideas and best practices in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for education all over the world. The idea behind the platform is to enhance knowledge, expertise and skills while also serving as a catalyst for the vibrant multinational community of practice in this field. The portal is structured around the annual OEB conference, the largest e-learning conference for the corporate, education and public service sectors. The conference and exhibition takes place each year in December in Berlin, Germany. More at www.online-educa.com.

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Posts by Online Educa Berlin Newsportal

Online Exam Supervision: Live Proctoring vs. Automated Proctoring

Almost all sectors of modern society have been affected by digitisation in some way. Processes and structures in business, politics, and science are undergoing far-reaching […]

Training in Times of Travel Bans: When Distance Is Part of the Solution, Not the Problem

In knowledge and technology-based economies, teaching and learning are the foundations of future progress. But the digital revolution means that virtual real-time and face-to-face training […]

Why Creativity Is the Most Important Skill in the World

Recently at LinkedIn Learning, using the power of our Economic Graph, we determined the skills companies need most. And there was a bit of a surprise that at […]

Immersive Learning Environments in Disruptive Education Ecosystems

We live in times of complete uncertainty. The world, had never faced a similar situation as we have today. Where there are too many questions […]

The Death of Degrees? A Turning Point in the History of Skills and Certification as Degrees Wane and Skills Wax

Never has there been so much momentum or excitement around the digital recognition of skills and competencies as today. The positive and increasing focus on […]

Workplace Learning at OEB20

Covid-19 has dominated this year. It has been a catalyst accelerating existing trends in workplace Learning and Development (L&D). Consider L&D’s usual rate of change: […]

Implementing Personalised Learning Is Easier Than You Think

If your institution is introducing – or expanding its use of technology right now, it is likely that your number one priority is ensuring you […]

AI for Learning: Its Invisibility Is Its Strength

AI is creating huge opportunities for workplace learning and employee development. In his new book “Artificial Intelligence for Learning”, member of OEB’s Global Council Donald […]

Energy Transition: Data Scientists Needed

We see an unprecedented amount of data created every day: currently 2.5 quintillion bytes and the pace is only accelerating with the advent of the […]

The Future of Skills Beyond the Pandemic – Challenges Towards Digital Skills for Inclusion and Employability

COVID-19 has disrupted education and training opportunities for many around the world, creating long-term implications for post-pandemic recovery. The pandemic has created a new economic […]

COVID-19: Education Could Disappear For Millions Unless We Work Together

Covid-19 has created an “existential threat” to education and training in many countries and there is less than a year to build new systems that […]

Learning After 50? What Could These People Add to the World?

Society is at a professional learning crossroad. As scientific innovations emerge in almost every sector, change is happening at an increased pace and pushes learning […]

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