The Learning Economy
From the Caves of Lascaux to YouTube, the way we learn has been driven by the technology that is most accessible. To get a perspective on where we are going, we have to understand how we got to now and historical experience shows, we are at an appropriate juncture for shaping the future.
In this session, we will welcome Creative Evangelist Jeremy Tai Abbett, Dennis Formann (Vice President of the Bertelsmann University), remote work coach Laila von Alvensleben and AGA-manager Julie Christiani to explore the future of learning and the learning economy.
– Jeremy Tai Abbett will share the capabilities that are needed for a future that is getting ever closer in an age where we teach machines to learn and children to code.
– Dennis Formann sees a liberation of the education system and a more agile way of learning. To illustrate this, he and Julie Christiani will share some experiences with Udacity’s learning offer.
– And Laila von Alvensleben will show that ‘Online Learning Is Still Learning’ and that there is a misunderstanding on how individuals and teams can learn to collaborate using the latest technology. Why is that? Change doesn’t have to be so difficult. We can all leverage what’s already there to make our online learning experiences more dynamic and fulfilling.
After short impulse talks, the four will invite the audience to discuss the learning economy with them.