Learnovation 2022 – The Future of Learning is Now
After two years of hosting our annual summit Learnovation online we are delighted to be returning to an in-person event in one of Ireland’s premier venues, Croke Park in Dublin on 20th October 2022. We are looking forward to hosting a stellar line up of speakers with a schedule that will have something for everyone from the sectors that we work with – schools, third level and corporate. This year’s theme “The Future of Learning is Now” will focus on the huge strides made in the world of learning in the last two years and will examine the trends we can expect in this area into the future.
Our 2022 global learning summit will run over one day from 09:00 to 5:30 IST with international keynotes, expert panels, Q&A sessions, workshops and networking with other attendees from all over the world. We are also looking forward to hosting a closing party in Croke Park after the days activities where we can meet and relax in a convivial setting.
Early bird tickets available until 1 September 2022.
Powered by The Learnovate Centre, Trinity College Dublin
The Learnovation Summit is organised by the Learnovate Centre, a leading learning technology research centre in Trinity College Dublin and a technology centre funded by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland to support organisations developing solutions for our society’s current and future learning challenges.
Learnovation 2022 Speakers – more speakers to be announced…
From meetings, chat, phone, and webinars to conference room systems and online events, Jane has always had a passion for technology having worked in technology since 1992. However, as an engineer by trade she has the unique ability to take complex subjects and make it accessible to everyone.
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.
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 Jennifer O’Sullivan is a lecturer in literacy education at Marino Institute of Education. She is past president of the Literacy Association of Ireland and received a Fulbright Scholar Award in 2022 to research at the Florida Centre for Reading Research in Florida State University.
Bob Mosher is a senior partner, and the Chief Learning Evangelist, at The 5 Moments of Need™, an organization that specializes in helping learning professionals design, develop, and measure effective learning and performance support through the 5 Moments design methodology.
Peter is an experienced team lead, skilled in the practices of: innovation (JTBD, Lean Startup, Design Thinking), digital strategy, and strategy and corporate company management.
Nessa believes in the power of learning to change lives and has had a long and varied career in learning technology. Starting out as a programmer, she has worked almost exclusively in the EdTech sector, including roles such as COO of Touch Press (StoryToys) and VP of Program Management & Strategic Initiatives at HMH, culminating in her role as Centre Director of Learnovate.
Leonard graduated from University College Cork in 1986 with a 1st class honours degree in Electrical Engineering and was awarded the title of ‘graduate of the year’ by the college. He completed a Masters degree at the NMRC (now called Tyndall), at UCC in 1988.
Ann Devitt is Associate Professor of Language Education at the School of Education. She is the Academic Director of The Learnovate Centre and has extensive research experience in both academia and industry. Having worked in the language and speech technology industries for a number of years in Europe, she returned to academia to complete a PhD in computational linguistics.
Jonny has over 25 years’ experience in digital learning and is Chairperson of the Learnovate Centre. As the CEO of Electric Paper between 1996-2006, Jonny successfully built and exited the business to ThirdForce PLC which was subsequently acquired by Skillsoft.
Janet holds a MSc. in Digital Education from the University of Edinburgh and undergraduate qualifications in Science from UCD (BSc.) and IT Sligo. Janet focused on game-based learning in the workplace as part of her MSc. Dissertation.
Frank joined the Learnovate team with over 20 years experience in corporate learning and development, project management and business analysis. He has worked in a range of industries both in Ireland and France for companies as diverse as Arjo Wiggins Teape, Pizza Hut and Burberry.
Ilse is a Corporate Learning Researcher with Learnovate since February 2021. Prior to Learnovate she spent 15 years working on the People Development team in Google where she gained extensive experience in learning design, learning strategy & program management
Richard is on the Innovation Services team at Learnovate, and has worked on projects that cover a wide range of topics, including transversal skills, immersive learning, xAPIs, personalisation and gamification.
Bilal is a Postdoctoral Researcher / Technology Lead for Software Solutions in Edtech at the Learnovate Centre at Trinity College Dublin. His key areas of research are at the intersection of Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction i.e., Edtech, Smart Ageing, UX Research and Global Software Development, augmented with development of software.
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…