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17 Mar

Online and Blended learning for professionals/adult learners

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Online international conference about digital learning and adult learning processes.

Nordic Network for Adult Learning (NVL) and the Danish Adult Education Forum invite you to an international conference and discussion on key pedagogical and didactic questions related to digital learning adult learning processes. We would like to pool the Nordic insights and the expertise from the rest of Europe.


  • Online and Blended learning courses of high pedagogical quality for professionals/adult learners

A presentation with an overview of the situation in Europe and points of attention when designing online and Blended Learning courses for adult learners.

Professor Diana Laurillard UCL Knowledge Lab, UK

Diana Laurillard is Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies at the UCL Knowledge Lab, leading research projects on developing the Learning Designer tool and online community for teachers and trainers, and on the use of MOOCs for teacher professional development.

Her books Rethinking University Teaching (2002) and Teaching as a Design Science (2012) are still widely used.

  • Now and next: Adult education and training in a post-pandemic world

How we can grasp the disruption and turn it into a sustainable and valuable way forward.

Professor Gilly Salmon, CEO & Principal Consultant at Education Alchemists Ltd. Professor Salmon is one of the world’s leading thinkers, researchers and practitioners in learning futures, across all levels of education. She publishes, blogs & presents on pedagogical innovation & transformation.

Her books ‘E-moderating’ and ‘E-tivities’ are considered seminal texts. Her ‘Carpe Diem’ learning design methodology is extensively deployed internationally.

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