ELF19 - 10.04.2019
E-Learning Fusion (ELF) is the only international conference on digital learning in Poland. It is the platform of inspiration, exchanging knowledge and experiences by digital learning enthusiasts and professionals from Poland and other European countries.
It is the fourth edition of this exceptional and most prestigious event on the directions of e-learning development. Each year the conference is attended by representatives of the most famous Polish and international brands. In 2019 the event will be accompanied by an exhibition area and digital learning solutions and tools expo.
The organiser and the host of E-learning Fusion 2019 is Digital Learning Centre (DLC), which took this project over from iPro Ltd.
The mission of DLC is to support companies and organisations as well as L&D representatives in transforming training towards the world of digital learning and development. DLC is supported and created by world-class experts and professionals in digital solutions used for development. Digital learning in DLC is much more than just e-learning – it is a modern way of learning and cooperation.
The creator of the conference is Marta Machalska, who has been connected with the e-learning market for 16 years, since the beginning of its existence in Poland. In her career Marta has implemented over 500 e-learning projects. A countless number of people, amounting to hundreds of thousands, participated in the developed and implemented e-trainings. Marta is an enthusiast of technologies that support the implementation of development and business goals.
Marta believes in e-learning that “teaches” and not only “presents”, where experiencing and acting is possible, which moves human creativity and cognitive process.
Marta Machalska is also a reviewer of professional qualifications standard: on-line teaching methodologist, distance education methodologist, on-line examiner, and multimedia applications educationist.
„In L&D, we are dealing with many challenges. Budget, time, stakeholders focusing on the solution, subject matter experts focusing on the content, to just name a few. Design Thinking involves a radical departure to tackle those challenges. It starts with the user of the ‚product’ – in this case, the person who needs to learn […]
„Managers often look outside of their organisation for the answer. That is a bit strange because the solution is not outside but inside your organisation. The solutions are within your reach, you just have to find them. With(in) your fellow workers.”
“It’s time we stepped up and faced our real challenge. It is: Learners do the course, then do little with it. We can help them ‘Know’ but we must also help them ‘Do’! Which means WE must change what WE do.”