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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

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Posts by Online Educa Berlin Newsportal

Pedagogy before Technology: Towards the Ideal Education

A dream to build a Tomoe Gakuen My job allows me to have great, insightful conversations with lots of teachers, instructional designers, and administrators working […]

How to Uphold Integrity in Online Assessment Design

Online learning environments are a new realm for many educators–and thus an opportunity for innovation and improvement. That said, anything new can be daunting. Integrity […]

Meet the OEB20 Speakers: Jane Bozarth

Jane Bozarth, author and Director of research for The Learning Guild, is a veteran classroom trainer who transitioned to eLearning in the late 1990s and […]

Building the Skills to Transform: a Programmatic Learning Approach

The rapid pace of change in business calls for continuous skills development. Technical skills equip employees to work with new technologies, but a complete digital […]

Standing a Good Chance with Digital Ethics?

In the midst of the Corona-crisis and the shut down after March this year many universities, schools and workplaces have had to act before thinking, and they may […]

A Time of Disruption in Higher Education

Looking back at the last few months and speaking to university leaders around the world, one certainly gets the impression that a crisis is both […]

Timely change and Timeless Constants: COVID-19 and Educational Change in Singapore

OEB20 Plenary Keynote Speaker Pak Tee Ng has written an article that shares his view on “careful, thoughtful and nuanced approaches” that “must be a […]

Education To Make a Living and Create a Better Life after COVID-19

The impact that COVID-19 has had on the global economy has translated to a deep anxiety about our future livelihoods. Yet, the impact on individuals […]

Adapt, Survive and Thrive – What’s Next for the University of the Future?

There’s no coating the fact that this has been a hugely challenging period for the higher education sector. But, with news of a vaccine for […]

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 […]

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