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Driving Digital Transformation: Adapting to The Future Learning Demands

The IMU International Learning Resources Festival (ILRF) is an annual event jointly organised by the Learning Resources Department (e-Learning, Library & Medical Museum), Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre (CSSC) and the IMU Center for Education (ICE). The ILRF 2021 aims to address both technical as well as the non-technical aspects of e-Learning. The ILRF event will provide various opportunities to share and exchange knowledge, best practices and experiences with the focus on learning innovation and technology.

Inspired by how the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for digital transformation in the way we do things around the world, the chosen theme this year is “Shaping the Future of Learning with Emerging Technologies”. This theme aims to engage and inspire ideas, discussions, exchange of knowledge and experience, and ignite possible creations and implementations on how the future of learning will drive emerging technologies.

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While we continue to learn and adapt to new ways of doing things in this ‘new normal’, our team is excited to take on this challenge and host this event fully online. Once limited to the local community, this event is now opened to participants around the world, in which they can participate in the comfort and safety of their homes, institutions or workplace through this website. This event will be held from 26 to 28 October 2021 via online live sessions for workshops and competitions.

Sub Theme:
  • Leveraging digital technologies to enhance learning
  • Engaging with learning platforms, Online gamification, Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality / Mixed Reality, Redesigned Learning Spaces, Artificial Intelligence, Personalized Learning, Corporate Learning, Health Profession Education, UI/UX

We look forward to welcoming you to ILRF 2021!

The Objectives

Provide exposure on how to adopt and adapt the latest education tools, technologies and solutions in these challenging times.

Encourage collaboration and partnership among Institutions locally and internationally.

Share successful approaches, strategies, and techniques that can be applied to the new norm.

Reflect on progress made in distance education.

Facilitate networking among distance educators, practitioners and administrators.

Share program resources via technology (e.g., print, audio, video, multimedia, and the Internet).

Areas covered

Leveraging digital technologies to enhance learning, Engaging with learning platforms, Online gamification, Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality / Mixed Reality, Redesigned Learning Spaces, Artificial Intelligence, Personalized Learning, Corporate Learning, Health Profession Education, UI/UX

The ILRF 2021 will be delivered entirely online

Target Audience

This event is for anyone involved in organising learning and training events to develop others. These may include trainers, facilitators, lecturers, managers, leaders, specialists, resource persons, instructors, etc.