Learnovation 2023 – Learner Disruption
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The Learnovation Summit is organised annually by the Learnovate Centre, a leading learning technology research centre in Trinity College Dublin funded by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland.
The Learnovate Centre supports organisations in developing solutions for our society’s current and future learning challenges. We provide thought leadership to the world’s L&D community.
Learnovation 2022 Highlights
“How AI is going to be used for adaptive learning, getting into the immersive learning, what's going on there in simulations and VR, and then also to hear from thought leaders”.
Head of Instructional Design, iheed
“Learnovation excels at helping people identify complicated problems and form solutions that can help us in the long run”.
Research & Technology Lead, Hibernia College
“In all honesty, Learnovation is one of the best conferences I have attended in a while. As an academic who goes to a lot of education and other conferences, it has been a very engaging and compelling day. I have learned a ton from other organisations and I’ve made a ton of connections. It’s been a really fabulous experience”.
Senior Measurement & Learning Lead, OER Project, Gates Ventures
Learnovation 2022 Speakers
Known as the “Brain Lady”, Stella Collins is co-founder and Chief Learning Officer at Stellar Labs and an evangelist for effective learning led by people and fuelled by neuroscience. She and her team build performance focused solutions, including innovative learning technology, by blending science, data and technology to deliver results and ROI.
Frances Kleven manages LearnUpon’s Customer Success team. With over 15 years of experience in technology and education, she has worked with some of the world’s biggest organizations, helping them to develop and implement comprehensive training strategies.
Rachel Phillips, PhD, is a learning scientist who leads research and evaluation efforts for the OER Project, as well as develops curriculum for their courses. She is elementary certified, has taught in K–12 schools, and currently serves as an adjunct professor for graduate courses in American University’s School of Education.
With over 25 years of experience in corporate learning, Nigel is a regular speaker, writer and broadcaster on the topics of development, technology and leadership. Between 2002 and 2006 he headed up the BBC’s Learning and Development operation.
Dr Joanne Banks is a lecturer and researcher in inclusive education at the School of Education in Trinity College Dublin. Joanne’s research interests are in the field of inclusive education and educational inequality.
Niall Campion is a founder & Managing Director of VRAI where he is on a mission to use virtual reality technology to bring immersive simulation training to dangerous operational environments.
Since the first Learnovation in 2018, attendees have joined learning and development managers, educators, learning providers, entrepreneurs, innovators, trainers, startup founders, learning designers, policymakers and researchers passionate about the design and delivery of learning now, and into the future.
An example of the type of organisations we have welcomed to Learnovation include…