Online Educa, the major international e-learning conference and exhibition this year will be held in Berlin, Germany during November 28-30.
More than 2,000 learning and technology experts are expected to gather for the event including120 international e-learning developers, producers, service providers and educational organisations from 25 countries. Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK will represent their national e-learning industry and educational institutions with considerable numbers. Amongst the exhibitors are leading e-learning companies and organisations such as the British Institute for Learning and Development, the Norwegian Ministry of Education, the Swedish Agency for Networks and Cooperation in Higher Education, the Association of Finnish eLearning Centre and the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce. The conference provides insights into all aspects of technology issues related to today's learning. Virtual worlds such as Second Life, Web 2.0 applications for learning, games-based learning, e-learning in the corporate context as well as video applications in learning are high on the agenda. The use of technology at all stages of formal learning will be examined, from school to higher education, and there will be a major emphasis on lifelong learning initiatives all over Europe.