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December 9, 2011 / mikelloydtech

Austria – e-Learning and Innovation Conferences

Thanks to my colleagues in Austria for inviting me to give the keynotes at the “Elearning Conference” in Eisenstadt and the “Microsoft Innovation & Education Conference 2011″ in Vienna.

In all, around 350 senior Ministry of Education, Local Authority and teachers attended these events to learn about effectiveness, collaborative learning and the “new world of work”.

My presentation covered the following topics:

  • How can ICT accelerate the learning process?
  • How can ICT be used to drive operational efficiency?
  • How can ICT help drive transformation?

The slides can be downloaded here – Schooling at the Speed of Thought Austria, November 2011

Each of the participants at the Vienna event got a copy of “Schooling at the Speed of Thought“.

Thanks to Yuri Goldfuß; Andreas Exner; Daniela Denk; Mirjam Blechner; Thomas Hauser; Ulrike Lanner; Sven Reinhardt; and Dolores Puxbaumer for an excellent reception and well organised agenda.


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  1. Ulrike Lanner / Dec 15 2011 9:30 am

    Hi Mike,
    it was really great to have you here in Austria at our conference!
    We received a lot of great feedback regarding your keynote!
    Thanks a lot!
    Greetings from Vienna

    • mikelloydtech / Dec 15 2011 12:24 pm

      Thanks! There are some great people in Austria, so I’m very much looking forward to a return trip.

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