Previous Conferences

Prague 2015

Edinburgh 2014

Hamburg 2013


Manchester 2018


The 2018 EADL Conference took place in Manchester, UK The title was: Making Learning Visual and Viable

The program was as follows: Thursday May 24:
  • The potential of the visual for the Knowledge Generation, Mie Buhl, Aalborg University
  • Learning Technologies for Distance Learning … Today and Tomorrow  …. Video and more, David Patterson, Learning Light
  • The Use of Explainer videos, Elisabeth Mandl, Wikimedia.
  1. Smartphone – Fostering Digitl Learning, Pauliina Venho, University of Helsinki
  2. Animated video for Teaching, Ilya Kompasov, Simpleshow Foundation
  3. Experience VR for Teachning, Saloua Lemrini, Dirksen Opleidingen
  • Digital Story Telling, Niels Henrik Helms
Friday May 25
  • Creating a Best in Class Micro Learning Ecosystem, Gerry Griffin, Skill-Pill M-Learning
  • Addressing Disruption: Comfort or Chaos?, Leah Matthews, DEAC
  • Using Data for Business Development, Ger Driessen aNewSpring
  • EADL Quality Guide, John Trasler, EADL
  • A Guide to Quality in Online Learning and Teaching, Kari Olstad, FUN
  • Panel discussion: Quality Care in the Case of Reselling, Morten Flate Paulsen, Tony Hopwood, Ger Driessen moderated by Martin Kurz.
The presentations are available for download from the members only section.

Copenhagen 2017

The 2017 EADL Conference took place in Copenhagen, Denmark The title was: Presence at a Distance: Technologies and methods for learner engagement.
The program was as follows:
  • Engaging Learners in a 100 year Life: Ger Driessen
  • Current and future technological development for engaging the distance Learner; Susan Aldridge – Susan Aldridge presentation was an online direct video presentation from Drexel University Online
  • Artificial Intelligence + Virtual Reality = Intelligent Virtual environment: Roy Clariana
  • Learning Environments – Design Issues AND Challenges: Niels Henrik Helms
  • Serious Games Revisited : Simon Egenfeld-Nielsen.
  • Blended Learning: a Way to deal with diversity in the Classroom; Re-defining collaboration of teachers trough virtual exchange : Airina Volungevičienė
  • Learning Environments: Frank Ulrich (Due to peer review this presentation is not available)
  • Scaling up and thinking wide: Vegard Meland
  • Video presentation Gilly Salmon video is available on YouTube; Follow up on Gilly Salmon: Anita Monty Designing engaging learning events. Follow up Gilly Salmon; Hróbjatur Árnason .
  • Create inspring learning journeys: Martèn de Prez
  • Learning Analytics: From big promises to daily use in flexable learning: Steen Grønbæk ;
  • Lurking – Is lurking working?: Taru Kekkonen
  • Open and closed Can closed facilitate openness?: Alastair Creelman
  • Online Learning in digital entrepreneurship – an innovative business model: Lorraine Dallmeier ;
  • Distance Education in a restless and impatient world: Leah Matthews’
The presentations are available for download from the members only section.