Seminars

EdTech Sweden is the largest meeting place in the Nordics for adult learning and skills development. It is an initiative and a community dedicated to help Sweden regain pole position in edtech for higher education. Network and acquire new insights. Share best practice and discover new solutions.

Registration and coffee

Tuesday 08:30 - 09:00 Exhibition area

Welcome to Edtech Sweden 2018! Please come up to the counter to get your badge. Please have your ticket ready.

Interview: This is what you should learn from your kids

Lisa Gunnarsson
Tuesday 09:00 - 09:30 Main stage

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 500 million members globally. How do we keep up on a constantly changing labour market, where today's demanded skills are yesterday’s news tomorrow? Where are the opportunities? How do we pick them up?

Insight: How to make learning an integral part of your organization’s strategy

Lars Häggström
Tuesday 09:30 - 10:00 Main stage

Listen, learn and discuss with Lars Häggström, currently Executive in Residence at IMD Business School and prior Head of HR for Stora Enso, Nordea and Gambro. 

Coffee Break & Networking

Tuesday 10:00 - 10:30 Exhibition area

We take a coffee break to stretch our legs, network and discuss what we just learned.

How to plan your transformational journey

John Behrens
Tuesday 10:30 - 11:15 Workshop Room T5
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 10.30-11.15

We extend the ideas of the 5 Shifts for Digital transformation by introducing a reflection and evaluation framework that helps attendees assess and plan their transformational journey.

Learning is no event, but a constant process!

Matti Olofsson
Tuesday 10:30 - 11:15 Workshop Room T6
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 10.30-11.15

How do we avoid that skills development becomes an educational event once a year and how do we create a behavioral change learning process all year long? And how do you measure the effect and outcome of a training effort?

Rethinking learning & development

Lars Häggström
Tuesday 10:30 - 11:15 Workshop Room T4
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 10.30-11.15

At a time when pace of change is increasing, and most organizations claim they are in the middle of a transformation, the requirements on Learning & Development  is changing. In addition to being aligned with, and possibly even co-creators of the organization’s strategy, L&D must be central to creating organizational agility, rethinking how learning takes place as well as expanding the definition of partnership.

Short Break

Tuesday 11:15 - 11:30 Exhibition area

We take a short break and might change location.

Active Quiz – walk and learn

Linus Lundberg
Tuesday 11:30 - 12:15 Workshop Room T4
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 11.30-12.15

Is there a tool for creating active learning environments? With Active Quiz your participants have to move a certain distance to get tasks.

Create a movement to accelerate change

Malin Berglund
Tuesday 11:30 - 12:15 Workshop Room T6
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 11.30-12.15

How do you create a movement that unleashes people power and enhance learning in the organization? We share and discuss concrete techniques and examples from different industries.

Learning to learn

Moa Correia, Lisa Lindström
Tuesday 11:30 - 12:15 Workshop Room T5
Break-out sessions | Tuesday 16 October 11.30-12.15

How do you train people’s curiosity? How do we learn how to learn?

Lunch & Networking

Tuesday 12:15 - 13:15 Exhibition area

We take a well deserved lunch break to stretch our legs, network and discuss what we just learned.

On a mission to disrupt the existing system of education

Klara Palmberg Broryd
Tuesday 13:15 - 13:45 Main stage

Listen to Klara Palmberg Broryd sharing her vision of planned Vercity that will complement and challenge today's system of higher education with a focus on the labor market's major need for conversion and the skills of the future. 

Insight: Building a university for tomorrow

Andreas Jacobsson
Tuesday 13:45 - 14:15 Main stage

Listen to Andreas Jacobsson, dekan Malmö Universitet, describing the path for a modern learning institution striving to create, share and spread knowledge in order to understand, explain and develop society.

Coffee Break & Networking

Tuesday 14:15 - 14:45 Exhibition area

We take a coffee break to stretch our legs, network and discuss what we just learned.

Meet our first professor in edtech

Italo Masiello, Ulf Skarin
Tuesday 15:30 - 15:50 Main stage

Meet our first professor in edtech!

Pre-booked meetings

Tuesday 16:00 - 17:00 Exhibition area

You can book meetings with all participants via Invitepeople. Make sure to have your calendar visible!