Date(s) - 14/05/2020 - 15/05/2020
The 2020 EADL conference will take place at the Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz Hotel on 14-15 May 2020
The title of the conference is: Digital Transformation in Flexible Learning
Tilman Zschiesche – Forum DistancE-Learning
Dr. Anja C. Wagner – Frollein Flow
Prof. Wolfgang Prinz, PhD – Fraunhofer FIT
Donald Clarke – Wildfire
Lorraine Dallmeier – Formula Botanica
Find out more about Lorraine here
Lars Willner – Edtech Foundry, Oslo
Save €100 on conference tickets by booking before 29th Februaury 2020.
EADL and FDL Members Multi-buy Discount
EADL members can save a further €100 per ticket by registering 2 or more delegates at the time of booking.
Registration for this event is open.
For your overnight stay in the conference hotel, we have reserved a call contingent for you. Until 9th April 2020, you can reserve your single room for € 118 or your double room for € 128 under the keyword “EADL”. The prices include breakfast buffet.
You can reach the reservation department of the Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz by telephone number: +49 (0)30/2389 4333, the fax number: +49(0)30/2389 4305 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The social evening will be held at the revolving restaurant Sphere at the top of the iconic TV Tower in Berlin.
The original design of the slender Tower soaring skywards was devised by the GDR architect Hermann Henselmann. The sphere of the TV Tower was intended to remind people of the Soviet sputnik satellites and was to light up red, the colour of socialism.
Only one method was considered for constructing the Tower. This is known as “climbing formwork”. The internal steel frame grew more quickly than the external concrete shaft, which was built around the steel frame.
Mounting the sphere at a height of 200 m presented the engineers with a challenge. The load-bearing steel frame of the sphere was initially precast on the ground. The segments were heaved up using cranes and then secured on the circular platform which forms the final section of the concrete shaft.
Today the Tower defines the silhouette of Germany’s capital city – a symbol of the reunified Germany, just like the Brandenburg Gate.
The social evening offers fantastic opportunities for networking with distance learning professionals and business owners from all over Europe.