Global Learning Week 2021 - Call for Contributions
Learning affects us all, in different places, under different conditions, and throughout our lives. Times of crisis like the one we have just experienced with Covid19 once again underscore the importance of digital learning - and the potential that is far from being exploited.
But which approaches work best? What barriers need to be overcome? What are some of the universal challenges to digital learning? And most importantly - what can we learn from each other to improve digital learning?
The Global Learning Week to be held online from November 29-December 3, 2021, provides a space to exchange perspectives on digital learning, share experiences, pitch innovative approaches and expand networks all around the globe.
Across five tracks we will examine places of digital learning:
- Higher Ed
- On the Job
- Lifelong Learning
- Informal Learning
In order to initiate an exchange about the future of digital learning and teaching, we are looking for contributions that reveal surprising insights, that convey practical experience and application knowledge, that are eye-opening, exciting and entertaining. We are looking for people who are passionate about their projects and visions.
Do you have ideas around digital learning that you would like to present, would like to discuss in a panel, or around which you would like to jointly develop solutions in a workshop?
Get in touch with us and take part in our call for contributions! You can submit your suggestions until September 30, 2021, via this form. Further information on the Global Learning Week can be found on our website.
We will review the submissions in September and get back to you in early October at the latest. If you have any questions or need more information, please feel free to send us a message at glc(at)leibniz-association.de or check out our FAQs.
We look forward to your input! Feel free to forward this email to interested parties within your learning community.