Digital Learning conferences in Australia in 2021

Let’s try that again.

Just as we were gearing up for another year’s worth of cutting edge insights and showcases, the coronavirus had other ideas.

While some of the digital learning conferences I had listed for 2020 went ahead as planned, others pivoted to virtual delivery, while the rest were ironically postponed or cancelled.

Although in this country we remain confident in vaccination and elimination, the genie is out of the bottle and this year we’ll see an unprecedented number of events offered virtually or via a hybrid format.

Coffee mug next to a laptop featuring numerous attendees in an online meeting

Learning & Development Leadership Summit
Sydney, 10-11 February 2021

iDESIGNX
Virtual, 24-25 February 2021

Disruptive Innovation Summit
Sydney, 17-19 March 2021

International Conference on Virtual and Augmented Reality Simulations
Melbourne, 20-22 March 2021

National Future Schools Festival
Virtual and Melbourne, 22-23 March 2021

AITD Conference
Virtual and Melbourne, 10-11 May 2021

Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Conference
Brisbane, 7-10 July 2021

Learning & Development Leadership Summit
Melbourne, 27-28 July 2021

EduTECH / Learn@Work
Melbourne, 17-18 August 2021

TECHSPO
Sydney, 25-26 August 2021

Eportfolio Forum
Sydney, 20-21 October 2021

HR Innovation & Tech Fest
Sydney, 9-10 November 2021

This list will grow over time as more events are announced.

If you become aware of one, let me know and I’ll add it in!

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