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Thema der OEB 2015, der führenden europäischen Konferenz für digitale Aus- und Weiterbildung, ist das Potenzial für eine neue Ära des weltweiten Lernens und der Kreativität – für eine Ära, in der „alles möglich ist“.
OEB 2015, Europe’s leading conference on digital education, will discuss the potential for a new age of global learning and creativity in which “everything is possible.”
Rebecca Stromeyer, Chief Executive of conference organisers ICWE GmbH, has confirmed that the focus of this year’s conference, which will be held in Berlin on 2 - 4 December, will be on modernity and how people, organisations and societies can use technology-assisted education to secure the rewards of “a new era of fundamental change.”