What will learning spaces look like tomorrow? Where do new ways of learning open up? Where does digitalisation call for new forms in this area? Which learning and teaching materials does the paper, office supplies and stationery industry offer? These and other relevant questions and issues will be discussed by the forum in a Thinkathon on January 26 as well as in “fireside chats”, Fatboy sessions and DigitalQuartetts from January 27 to 29. The special show with lectures and innovative presentations points to a new world of learning, addressing everyone who is involved in teaching and education.
Lernen der Zukunft/Future Learning [4.0 B20]
Around 150 companies in the OEM and recycling industry provide information on the latest developments in recycled printer consumables and hardcopy components. International suppliers and service providers show new ways of achieving greater sustainability in the printing sector. At the centre of the hall, the product area is accompanied by the Remcon Seminars, a comprehensive lecture program in English. The focus is on the latest developments in the industry as well as marketing and communication strategies for the age of digitalisation.
Remcon Seminars [5.1 D54]
This theme day in cooperation with the German Environmental Management Association (B.A.U.M.) is all about discussions and talks by and with experts on sustainability in the office. On January 29, they will provide suggestions on dealing with consumables and their responsible procurement – public relations officer Monika Missalla-Steinmann from the Agency for Renewable Resources is among the experts to address this topic. The winner of the 2018 Office & Environment competition will also be selected, whose best practice can serve as an example to the candidates for the 2019 prize.
Sustainable Office Day [4.0 Saal/Conference Room Europa]