Using Innovation to Disrupt: 
Creating a Sustainable Digital Ecosystem for Learners

The annual meeting of the Groningen Declaration Network, quoted in a ground breaking UNESCO report as being “one of the main global convenors in the Digital Credentialing Ecosystem”, is the one event where all stakeholders in the global Digital Learner Data Ecosystem can meet, network, exchange information and showcase ongoing pilots and systems developments. 

The GDN has held its annual meeting (AM) in cities around the globe, ranging from Beijing and Washington, D.C. to Málaga, Cape Town, Melbourne, Paris, and Puebla. The meetings have been a key catalyst to the establishment of digital learner data depositories and exchange networks in and between China, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, Africa, Canada, Latin America and numerous countries in Europe.

In 2020 the GDN Annual Meeting will be held over 3 days 15-17 April in the vibrant city of New Delhi, India.  


Under the broad theme of Using Innovation to Disrupt: Creating a Sustainable Digital Ecosystem for  Learners,  stakeholders from around the globe will meet to share experiences, insights and innovations on student mobility, digital credentials and the disruptive technologies creating a global digital ecosystem. 

The annual meeting program agenda features:

  • A selection of distinguished keynote speakers
  • Stakeholder presentations on the latest innovations, projects, pilots and collaborations
  • Regional and country updates
  • Exciting social networking for delegates and partners
  • Lightning talks from solution providers

We are thrilled to announce our first confirmed Keynote Speakers. 

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Who should attend?
University and College Presidents, Vice Chancellors,
Decision Makers and Policy Advisors in National and International Government Bodies,
 CEO's
CIO's, COO's, CFO's
Directors, Registrars, 
Student Services,
IT Professionals, 
Project Managers, Policy Developers, Solution Providers, Academics, Employment Industry and anyone dedicated to life-long learning.
The Groningen Declaration Network seeks common ground in best serving the academic and professional mobility needs of citizens world wide by bringing together key stakeholders in the Digital Learner Data Ecosystem at its Annual Meeting. The GDN Annual Meeting typically attracts:
 

150+

Attendees

60+

Speakers & Presenters

100+

Signatories 

22

Countries