The plenary sessions from ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2014 gave us a
glimpse into the future, questioned how we are changing learning to meet
new demands, and gave a frank assessment of the education sector as it
Providing varied and upfront insights; see what industry experts had to say in our roundup of memorable keynote quotes.
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Chaired by Special Advisor to the UN Economic Commission for Africa, Dr Aida Opoku-Mensah, the opening plenary brought three experts from diverse fields to the stage. Under the overall theme of “changing learning”, the speakers addressed topics ranging from co-learning, ‘peerogogy’, big data and learning sciences, as well as taking a look into an uncertain future through the eyes of a futurologist.
Dr Opoku-Mensah highlighted the role that ICT-enhanced learning will play in the expansion of access to education globally, calling on the audience to look for transformative “options, opportunities and potential” in their industry, and noted that the worldwide e-learning market will grow to $51.5 billion by 2016, with an annual growth rate of 7.9%.
Source: OEB Newsportal