MyKnowledgeMap CEO to present at EduLearn Barcelona

3 July, 2015

Rob Arntsen will be presenting MyKnowledgeMap's groundbreaking vision of a personal portfolio for life at EduLearn 2015, addressing delegates on the theme of "Supporting transitions from school to college to employer to ???? A Personal Lifelong Achievement Store".

Rob Arntsen will be presenting MyKnowledgeMap's groundbreaking vision of a personal portfolio for life at EduLearn 2015, addressing delegates on the theme of "Supporting transitions from school to college to employer to ???? A Personal Lifelong Achievement Store".

The EduLearn conference, now in its seventh year, is attended by over 700 teachers, researchers, professors, scientists and professionals from more than 80 countries all over the world, and is being held in Barcelona on 6th-8th July. 

The conference is organised by the International Academy of Technology, Education and Development(IATED), and will be an opportunity for experts from around the world to discuss the latest developments in the field of Teaching and learning methodologies, educational projects and innovations, and new technologies applied to Education and Research.

Rob Arntsen, CEO of MyKnowledgeMap, will present to delegates on Supporting transitions from school to college to employer to ???? A Personal Lifelong Achievement Store.

"Traditionally the e-portfolio systems implemented to date have been designed to support the learning process of an institution, and too frequently the model is institutional centric rather than learner centric", said Rob Arntsen. "My paper will explore a new model that MyKnowledgeMap have been at the forefront of delivering tools to support - a model that places the learner as owner in control of their own stuff, in their space, whilst enabling multiple organisations to concurrently engage with the individual."

MyKnowledgeMap will also be exhibiting at the conference, and offering demonstrations of MyShowcase.me in the exhibition area.