From 5 to 7 December, the OEB Global 2018 trade fair will take place in Berlin. The international conference and exhibition format under the patronage of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research focuses on innovative learning technologies and IT developments, along with the newest trends in organisations involved in training and further education.
The trade fair will welcome visitors and exhibitors from over 80 countries, all with vastly differing experiences and thus underlining the international flair of the format.
Over three days, speakers will present their topics along with outstanding practical examples and the exhibitors will have direct contact with visiting professionals from the education, research and information technology sectors.
As a specialist for digital learning, training and further education and as an innovative IT company, time4you GmbH from Karlsruhe will be present at the OEB with two booths (F50 and C26) focussing on different topics.
Key subjects include application options based on the IBT® SERVER technology and the use of mobile learning and artificial intelligence in e-learning. Renowned international scientific and research projects, in which time4you is involved, will also be presented.
International collaboration in clinical research
One of the projects which will be presented at the OEB is IMPACHS, which stands for “IMProving Availability and Cost-effectiveness of mental Health care for Schizophrenia through mHealth.”
In summer 2017, Monsenso App (Denmark), the Psychiatric Research Unit of Zealand (Denmark), the University of Hamburg and time4you GmbH (Karlsruhe) started their joint research and development project.
IMPACHS aims at implementing mobile application solutions to support psychotherapeutic treatment of schizophrenia based on clinical evidence.
To this end, elements from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are selected and prepared as digital learning and information nuggets. time4you is responsible for the technical integration of the platform, develops digital learning content based on its mobile and content solution and links these with Monsenso’s mHealth solution.
Is AI the future of e-learning?
One thing is for certain, virtual assistants are on the rise. Jix, a solution from time4you, allows virtual assistants to be developed on short notice within your own organisation in order to support and assist employees at their “point of need”. Initial use cases and learning experiences from the application scenarios will be presented in Berlin for the first time.
IBT SERVER for digital learning and working
On all three days, visitors can also learn about recent developments with the IBT SERVER software. The new version of the software, IBT® SERVER v22, is an example of a platform for digital learning and working which covers conventional formats and software solutions, such as learning management systems, seminar administration, talent management and skill management, as well as new approaches, including innovative content, interactive dashboards, social media tools and elements from the realm of artificial intelligence (AI).
The IBT® SERVER also represents twenty years of application experience, process and technology expertise combined with recent findings in user experience design.
time4you GmbH communication & learning is one of the leading providers of software and services for personnel, information and training management in German-speaking countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland – DACH). The innovative company from Karlsruhe provides customised turn-key solutions to its national and international medium-sized and corporate customers, as well as public institutions and education providers. Customers of time4you GmbH have benefited from the successful use of the IBT® SERVER software for many years.
Companies and organisations such as Hugo Boss AG, HUK-COBURG, Deutsche Telekom AG, Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich, Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf, Swiss Federal Office of Information Technology, Systems and Telecommunication (BIT), Gothaer Versicherung, EnBW AG have been utilizing the software solutions and expertise of time4you GmbH for many years.
The company implements learning and information portals on the intranet and internet, product training, multimedia learning content, skill and training management, certification programs, seminar administration and learning management systems, international project work, corporate learning and social media integration.
time4you is a member of BITKOM e.V. and ZiP (Zukunftsinitiative Personal).
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