eLearning

eLearningSUMMIT Tour

eLearningSUMMIT Tour

The largest conference series on corporate eLearning in the DACH region

Over
100
speakers


25
event days

Over
3,200
attendees

Exchange of experience for eLearning professionals

Thanks to the ongoing digitisation, the importance of digital media is also increasing in human resources development. But what actually constitutes good eLearning? As trivial as this question may be, the answers vary in practice. On the 25 event days of the eLearning SUMMIT Tour every year, this central question is addressed by experienced project managers in various event formats and from various perspectives.

Dates

NOTE: COVID-19 confronts us all with new challenges. We from the eLearning Journal also try to react as good as possible to the current situation. For this reason, we have decided to postpone the entire spring tour as a precautionary measure. You can find the current tour schedule here:

September 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Switzerland
8 September 2020
Bocken, Horgen/Zurich
Moderation: German
Presentations: English, German

September 2020

eLearning SUMMIT North Rhine-Westphalia
10 September 2020
Redoute, Bonn
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

September 2020

Congress: “Science meets practice”
Strategies for the digital transformation
15 September 2020
Castle Wilhelminenberg, Vienna
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

September 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Bavaria
17 September 2020
Artist house, Munich
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

September 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Hesse
22 September 2020
Stadium, Offenbach
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

September 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Hamburg
24 September 2020
Chamber of Crafts, Hamburg
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

October 2020

Congress: “Science meets practice”
Strategies for the digital transformation
6 October 2020
Holiday Inn, Munich
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

October 2020

eLearning SUMMIT North Rhine-Westphalia
8 October 2020
Event church, Dortmund
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

October 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Austria
20 October 2020
Castle Wilhelminenberg, Vienna
Moderation: German
Presentations: English, German

October 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Baden-Wurttemberg
22 October 2020
Music hall, Ludwigsburg
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

November 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Berlin
3 November 2020
Biosphere, Potsdam
Moderation: German
Presentations: English, German

November 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Lower Saxony
5 November 2020
Zoo, Hanover
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

November 2020

eLearning SUMMIT Netherlands
17 November 2020
Rode Hoed, Amsterdam
Moderation: English
Presentations: English

November 2020

eLearning SUMMIT United Kingdom
19 November 2020
King\’s College, London
Moderation: English
Presentations: English

November 2020

Congress: “Science meets practice”
Strategies for the digital transformation
24 November 2020
Music hall, Ludwigsburg
Moderation: German
Presentations: German

Testimonials

“The insights into the complex projects, problems and approaches to solutions on the SUMMIT Tour are highly interesting, as are the many and varied contacts that arise time and again”.

Britta Sieg
Head of training and personnel development
Coffee Fellows GmbH

“We participate in the eLearning SUMMIT Tour every year. We appreciate the authentic experiences, the presentation of innovative ideas and the exchange with experts very much. Through the eLearning SUMMIT Tour one benefits constructively and collectively”.

Victoria Kesting
Business Psychologist MBP
TARGO Insurance

“Since the beginning of the SUMMIT Tour, this has been a fixed part of my calendar. The variety of topics, the innovative formats, the networking and communication at eye level make the visit a joyful “must have”.


Volker Kunze
Team Manager
EOS GmbH

“I have been able to participate in several events of the eLearning SUMMIT Tour over the past years. I particularly appreciated the exchange with experts, but also with other participants”.

Gerd Schumacher
Consultant and trainer
DB Training, Learning & Consulting

Speakers 2019

Christina Kappus

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Jördis Hollnagel

Robert Bosch GmbH

Rainer Horn

Wüstenrot Building society AG

Andreas Kuffel

SVG-Academy GmbH

Eckhard Kinast

Postbank Academy and Service GmbH

Tobias Schwung

Vapiano SE

Marbod Lemke

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Richard Klein

Evonik Industries AG

Carolin Greshake

RWE Power AG

Martin Levas

Zurich Group Germ

Tom Decker

Ardagh Group

Dr. Dietmar Kahle

Eppendorf AG

Danny Fandree

ERGO Group AG

Sarah Christiansen

Marquard & Bahls AG

Victoria Kesting

TARGO Insurance

Michael Pillwein

FMTG Services GmbH

Hans Zebinger

UNIQA

Doris Fidler

City of Vienna

Doris Frühwirth

VERBUND AG

Martin Knapp

INNIO Jenbacher GmbH & CO OG

Anne Döppler

Wittenstein SE

Georg Schranner

ALLYSCA Assistance GmbH

Britta Sieg

Coffee Fellows GmbH

Thorsten Ryu

migrolino AG

Sascha Haag

Sivantos GmbH

Holger Strunk

LVG Heidelberg

Frank Komolka

HUK-COBURG

Gabriele Korn-Blum

Bayer AG

Jens Vialon

METRO AG

Tino Roth

EOS Group

Event formats

The eLearning SUMMIT Tour will focus on the exchange of experience on the use of digital media in company training. This exchange of experience is supported by the four event formats of the eLearning SUMMIT Tour.

Networking Days

The networking days at the education fair “didacta” mark the start of the eLearning SUMMIT Tour. The eLearning Journal will present a comprehensive programme with best practice and expert lectures, the presentation of the results of the eLearning BENCHMARKING study and the presentation of the eLearning AWARDs.

  • Best Practice
  • Presentation of the eLearning BENCHMARKING Study
  • eLearning AWARD ceremony

Conference days

In a total of 12 metropolitan regions, the conference days provide an up-to-date overview of best and worst practice in the use of digital media. In addition, various dialogue-oriented program formats will be offered, which will enable an open-ended exchange of experiences between the participants.

  • Get Together
  • Best Practice
  • Speed Geeking
  • BarCamp Session

Theme days

At the theme days, the exchange of knowledge is the focus and the joint gathering of experience, ideas and innovations around the respective day’s topic is in the foreground. The Theme Days cover a broad spectrum of methods, challenges and questions relevant to the daily work of the eLearning industry.

  • Get Together
  • Best practice
  • World Café

Program blocks

The eLearning SUMMIT Tour is a decentralised conference series with a practical, interactive and dialogue-oriented programme.

Best practice reports

A core element of the eLearning SUMMIT Tour are the best practice presentations, in which the regional and international competences of the eLearning industry are made visible in 15 minutes. Every year, more than 100 speakers present practical solutions for typical challenges in the eLearning sector, present new methods and technologies and report on both best- and worst-case experiences in the implementation of eLearning projects.

Speed Geeking (Regional Conferences)

In this format, a parcours of Speed Geeking Panels distributed in the room awaits the participants, to which they are distributed. The small groups are presented with short presentations of applicable solutions by the selected speakers. At the end of a course, the participants are already expected by another topic partner at the next panel. The concept of speed geeking is based on speed dating and elevator pitches due to the intimacy of the dialogue and the rapid change of discussion partners. The strength of this format lies on the one hand in the intensive and short presentations of ideas and the variety of topics.

BarCamp Session (Regional Conferences)

In the dialogue-oriented BarCamp session, moderators invite you to 2 discussion rounds of 30 minutes each at a theme table. The discussion participants have the autonomy to structure the discussions themselves, since the open-ended exchange of experiences is superficial. For moderators of a topic table who have already given a Best Practice Report, this format offers the opportunity to go into the presentation in more detail.

World Café (Theme days)

In the result-oriented World Café in coffee house style, a moderator invites the participants to 4 discussion rounds. The topic per table is fixed and represents a key aspect of the day’s theme. While the moderator changes tables after each session, the participants stay behind and discuss a new topic with the next moderator. At the end of the 4 rounds, the results of the discussions are presented in a brief summary to the audience.

Team

Frank Siepmann

Host

Max Gissler

Moderator

Hans-Peter Maas

Moderator

A. Pattermann

Moderator

Christian Jachens

Sponsor Relationship

Lisa Tran

Guest Management

Ingo Böden

Project Management

Matthias Gerth

Admin Online SUMMIT

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