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ADL Conference 2019 Closes Successfully

May 16, 2019 at 11:03 PM

With 144 registered attendees and speakers from each Nordic country as well as from United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Ukraine, Poland and New Zealand, it turned out to be a very succesfull conference.

The conference was opened by Commodore. Lars Arne Aulie, Chief of Staff, NoDUC

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This years event provided an excellent opportunity to discuss all aspects of this years main subjects:

  • Video based learning
  • Learning paths
  • Gamification
  • Online peer to peer review
  • How to do active learning online?
  • Practical use of learning analytics
  • Mobile learning
  • Augmented reality
  • Bots
  • Gamification
  • KPI-based learning
  • Data analytics
  • Social learning
  • Micro learning
  • Simulations embedded in courses

The conference also offered workshops and parallel sessions with a great opportunity for dialogue. In addition to this there was opportunity to visit the exhibitors area, where participants could see and try out some of the displayed products.

Thanks to all attendees, exhibitors, speakers, thanks to this years keynote speakers: Director Sae Schatz (ADL Initiative), Professor Hanni Muukkonen (University of Oulu, Finland)Mr. Avron Barr (Institute for Defense Analyses, United States)and Mr. Paul Thurkettle (NATO ACT) and also a great thanks to those who helped in the wings to get it all to work.

We hope to see all of you again next year (May 4th – 7th, 2020) in Halmstad, Sweden!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

NORDIC DEFENCE FORCES WELCOMES YOU TO THE 8TH ANNUAL ADL CONFERENCE MAY 4TH – 7TH 2020 IN HALMSTAD, SWEDEN.

7 YEARS OF KEYNOTES
  • 2017:
    Ass.Professor Ole Lauridsen
    Aarhus University

    Associate Professor at Center for Teaching and Learning, Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark. Coordinator of the English teaching programme for assistant professors and postdocs and for the teaching programme for PhD-students. Responsible for supervising teaching at the faculty and giving advice to many individual teachers on designing programmes and classes. Member of the Horizon Report Expert Board for the last 4 years.

  • 2017:
    Mr Julian Stodd
    Sea Salt Learning

    Author, Speaker, Captain at Sea Salt Learning, helping organisations understand the Social Age.

  • 2017:
    Director Sae Schatz
    ADL Initiative

    Sae Schatz, Ph.D., serves as the Director of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, a research and development program under the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Education and Training.

  • 2016:
    Mr. Magnus Moberg
    Sporting Solutions

    Magnus Moberg is at present on paternity leave and has been active within education and learning since 1993. Last years he has been teaching mainly Industrial Management at Linköping University and at KTH. Within this, he has worked to modernize the forms of learning using modern methods and technology. Magnus starting point is to maximize learning and helping each individual to be their best.

  • 2016: Mr. Paul Thurkettle
    NATO ACT

    Paul Thurkettle is a British NATO civilian working at one of the two NATO strategic commands, Allied Command Transformation based in Norfolk, Virginia. His twenty six year NATO career and 12 year Royal Air Force service has covered telecommunications, command and control systems, technology and training. Now in his role as the lead for NATO in adopting technology for education and training he is introducing e-Learning into NATO covering all aspects of this field from serious games/virtual worlds (Immersive Training) to mobile learning to Transmedia Learning. Paul lives in Hampton, Virginia with his two children and as many boats as he can afford.

  • 2016:
    Director Sae Schatz
    ADL Initiative

    Sae Schatz, Ph.D., is an applied researcher, learning science practitioner, and director of the U.S.-based Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) initiative and corresponding global partnership network.

  • 2015:
    Ass. professor Søren Lundsgård
    Knowledge Center for Distance Learning

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  • 2015:
    Professor John M. Keller
    Educational Psychology & Learning Systems
    Florida University

    Integrating Motivational design indot ADL.

  • 2015:
    Professor Jan Olav Høøg
    Karolinska Institutet

    Experience from production and running MOOC.

  • 2015:
    Professor Jarmo Vitelli
    University of Tampere

    Games and gamification - tools for improve learning.

  • 2014:
    Dr. Badrul Khan
    A Framework for e-Learning
    BadrulKhan.com

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  • 2014:
    Director Teemu Eskola
    Digital Innovations Agency Balboa

    Mobile Learning

  • 2014: Mr. Paul Thurkettle
    NATO ACT

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  • 2013:
    Director
    Dr. Kristy Murrey
    ADL Initiative

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  • 2018:
    Mr. Joakim Jardenberg
    Jardenberg Inc.

    Senior advisor, business angel & global speaker.

  • 2013:
    Ass. Professor Stefan Hrastinski
    Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

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  • 2013:
    Dr. Rovy Branon
    University of Wisconsin

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  • 2018:
    Professor Donald Clark
    WildFire Learning

    Entrepreneur, Professor, speaker and blogger for 34 years in technology and learning.

  • 2018:
    Mr. Julian Stodd
    Sea Salt Learning

    Author of The Social Leadership Handbook and Exploring the World of Social Learning. Leading the Social Age movement.

  • 2019:
    Director Sae Schatz
    ADL Initiative

    Sae Schatz, Ph.D., is an applied researcher, learning science practitioner, and director of the U.S.-based Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) initiative and corresponding global partnership network.

  • 2019:
    Professor Hanni Muukkonen
    University of Oulu

    Hanni Muukkonen is professor in Educational Psychology at the University of Oulu, Finland.

  • 2019:
    Mr Avron Barr
    Institute for Defence Analyses

    Avron Barr started his career as a programmer at Stanford University; editor of the seminal Handbook of Artificial Intelligence; and founder of Teknowledge, an early AI startup in Silicon Valley.

  • 2019:
    Mr. Paul Thurkettle
    NATO ACT

    NATO Civilian for 29 years with roles in command and control, education and training of C4ISR systems and online learning and training technology.

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