Researchers and practitioners from more than 35 countries from all continents will be presenting at the Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Summit in February 2019.
– We are very satisfied with the overwhelming interest to present at the conference in February. Digitalisation will change the way we work, and we know that continuous learning throughout life is important all over the world. That is the reason why we wanted to create an international meeting place where education and work life meets to discuss the future of lifelong learning, comments Mette Villand Reichelt, director of department of lifelong learning at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences.
The speakers at the summit include Norway’s Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, Director for Public Policy in Google, Iarla Flynn and Asha Kanwar from Commonwealth of Learning.
About the conference
The ICDE Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Summit is organized by the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with the International Council for Open and Distance Learning (ICDE). Supporting partners of the conference include UNESCO, Commonwealth of Learning, Oppland County Council, NHO, Unio, NAV, Diku, Flexible Education Norway, NOOA and the Study Center.
The conference will be held in Lillehammer, Norway from 11 to 13 February 2019. See the conference web site (http://icdellls2019.no) for more information.