Plenary Programme


Monday, February 11

10:30 Registration
11:30 Lunch
13:00 Opening 
Welcome Address by Rector Kathrine Skretting, INN University of Applied Sciences and  Morten Flate Paulsen ICDE Acting Secretary General
Chair: Dr. Neil Fassina, President Athabasca University
13:15 The future of work and lifelong learning by Professor Bo Dahlbom, University of Gothenburg
13:45 Achieving Lifelong Learning for All: How far have we come and what next? by Professor Asha Kanwar, President and CEO, Commonwealth of Learning
14:15 Break
14:35 Learnability Culture and the 70:20:10 model implemented by Global Learning and Development Director Glenn Ruud, Wilhelmsens Ships Services
15:00 Teachers designing for lifelong learning in a digital world 
by Professor Diana Laurillard, University College London
15:30 Break
16:00 Breakout sessions 1A – 1F (See session programme)
17:15 End of sessions
18:00 Depart by buss for welcome reception at Hunderfossen Winter Park
20:30 Get together Dinner (Registration needed)

Tuesday, February 12

08:00 Registration
09:00 Welcome by Chair: Dr. Neil Fassina
09:05 What kind of competences do we need for the future of work? by Director of Public Policy Iarla Flynn, Google
09:35 Decent work and quality learning. How to involve and engage the individual as well as the workforce in lifelong learning by Deputy General Secretary Haldis Holst, Education International (EI)
10.05 Break
10:30 Strategies for Learning throughout life and the digital shift by The Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg 
11:00 Panel: “Reimagining lifelong learning for lifelong employability
Chair: Joel Cohen, Academy of Ideas

Panel: Carolyn Medel-Anonuevo, UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa, Hróbjartur Árnason, University of Iceland, Kimberly Lein-Mathiesen, Microsoft Norway, Dennis Hayes, University of Derby, UK and June Mariann Breivik, Arts for Young Audiences Norway (Kulturtanken)
The panel continues in Session 2A

In partnership with Skills Norway

12:15 Lunch
13:45 Breakout sessions 2A – 2G (See session programme)
15:15 Break
15:45 Breakout sessions 3A – 3G (See session programme)
17:15 End of sessions
19:30 Conference dinner – Scandic Lillehammer Hotel (Registration needed)

Wednesday, February 13

09:00 Breakout sessions 4A – 4F (See session programme)
10:30 Break
10:50 AI Education for All: the Finnish Way by Teemu Roos, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
11:15 Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality – Best Practice in Industry by Knut Henrik Aas, CEO, EON Reality Norway As
11:30 Panel: “Changing the Educational Landscape”
Chair: Gro Tjore, Assistant Director, Diku – Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education
Panel: Darco Jansen, Programme manager EADTU – European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (TBC), Ragna Ann Berge, Head of Department for Lifelong Learning, NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology  and Simen Markussen, Head of Governmental Expert Committee for Lifelong Learning and Senior Researcher at Frisch Center, Norway
In partnership with Diku
12:30 Break
12:50 Closing Keynote: The way forward to achieving lifelong learning for all by David Atchoarena, Director of UNESCO’s Institute for Lifelong learning, representing the UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay
13:20 Closing the conference – The Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Roadmap by  Jens Uwe Korten, Chair Core Programme Committee and pro-rector Public Relations, and Mette Villand, Chair Organising Committee and Head of Centre for Lifelong Learning,  Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
13:30 Lunch /End of conference

 

Social programme and networking

The summit will give its participants many opportunities for networking and experiencing Lillehammer. The conference will take place when the winter in Lillehammer is at its best and when the landscape is covered in white dry snow. We like to share some of this the first night when all participants are welcome to join us for the welcome reception at magical Hunderfossen Winterpark. Here you will find a small village build in snow and ice. After the reception, participants can register for the get together and dinner in trendy Brenneriet in the heart of Lillehammer. On the second night we will have a dinner with cultural programme at the conference venue.

 

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