Learning Designers will have to adapt or die. Here are 10 ways they need to adapt to AI…

Interactive Designers will have to adapt or die. As AI starts to play a major part of the online learning landscape, right across the learning […]

Swisscom’s Corporate TV

Sustainable, Efficient Learning and Information with New Media Introduction Computer-aided technologies have long been part of our everyday lives, and a recent Master’s thesis by […]

In Profile: Pasi Sahlberg

  Im Dezember 2001, als das Programm zur internationalen Schülerbewertung (PISA) – ein neues Instrument zur Messung der Leistung von 15-jährigen Schülern in OECD-Ländern – […]

Being agile in turbulent times

Ein Begriff, den ich immer häufiger und in immer größeren Kontexten verwende, ist das Wort “agil”. Im Kontext der agilen Software-Entwicklung werden häufig Begriffe wie […]

In Profile: Abigail Trafford

Abigail Trafford is possibly one of the most knowledgeable people in the media on the subject of longevity. A former Health Editor of the Washington […]

Finding Stability in the Uncertain Education Startup Ecosystem

Considering the major fluctuations and reorganisation in some of the most established education companies, and new developments that education companies are undertaking in order to […]

Join Us at OEB global 2017 – Some thoughts on learning in an uncertain world

Join us in vibrant Berlin as we shape the future of learning at OEB Global 2017, Europe’s largest interdisciplinary conference. Taking place from December 6-8, […]

Taking assessment security to the test: How secure is the digital assessment process in your institution?

The strength of a chain depends on its weakest link. When it comes to assessment, how strong is the weakest link within your institution? Do […]

Interview with Nelly Ben Hayoun

This year’s OEB is all about the skills people need to survive and prosper in a new age of uncertainty. Conference participants will be asked […]

Disinformation and Discernment – OEB to Tackle ‘Fake News’

These days, it seems as though ‘fake news’ is everywhere. It is nothing new, though. In fact, it has been with us for a very […]

How to become a Self-Taught Techie – talking to Jessica Bell about technology, education, and internationalisation

Jessica Bell’s degree is in International Relations, yet she works as a front-end web developer at the Washington Post and teaches coding at General Assembly. […]

How gamification can enhance workplace learning: An insight into İşbank’s strategy game

Developing an engaging workplace-training programme when your staff are spread out all over the country – or the world – can be a real challenge. […]

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