Taking place on Wednesday 11 May, the Digital Learning Summit will explore the latest educational technology solutions and drivers with some of the world’s leading experts in the field.
The half-day Digital Learning Summit is being chaired by Gill Ferrell, IMS Europe Program Director, and Leader of EUNIS Learning & Teaching Task Force. Her specially curated programme, entitled ‘Build back hybrid’, will address the impact of the pandemic and its huge impact on higher education. The event will explore the implications of this seismic shift.
Ted Brodheim, Global CIO for Education, Zoom Video Communications will give an inside view of its success and insights into its product roadmap as it positions itself at the heart of the learning ecosystem. There will also be great success stories of universities developing creative solutions to deliver hybrid learning at scale. Plus, there will be a look at how AR, MR and XR are helping deliver everything from just- in-time learning to more authentic assessment.
The Keynote Address will be presented by Prof Dr Fridolin Wild. He is a Professor at the Institute of Educational Technology of The Open University, also leading the Performance Augmentation Lab (PAL). He will be speaking about his ‘GhostTrack’ technology, which allows experts to create training packages featuring 4D holographic projection by themselves, without working with an instructional designer.
Other speakers include:
The full Digital Learning Summit programme is now available.