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Learning Technologies 2016: Is personalised learning the way ahead?

Learning NewsBrightwave Group

Join experts and senior leaders from Brightwave, the BBC and Learnworks for a panel discussion around whether personalisation holds the key for smart organisations to re-engage their learners.

Venue: Learning Technologies Seminar Theatre 5 (LT), Olympia 2, London           
Date: Thursday 4th February 2016
Time: 11.00am-12.15pm

The way ahead? Promoting high performance with personalised learning

The way we consume content is changing. From movie releases to learning resources, one-size-fits-all broadcast models are failing to offer audiences the depth and quality of digital experience they expect.

Are personalised learning strategies – which analyse the learner's individual needs and behaviour to connect the right people to the right learning resources at the right time – the best way for smart organisations to re-engage their learners?

In this exciting interactive double session specialists from Brightwave Group are joined by experts from the L&D space to explore the state-of-the-art in personalisation and discuss its potential application to learning and engagement in the workplace.

Expert panellists

Caroline Freeman, Head of Learning Design at Brightwave (panel chair) is joined by Robin Hoyle, Senior Consultant at Learnworks Ltd; Colin Welch, Head of Production at Brightwave; Myles Runham, Head of Digital, BBC Academy; and Caroline Walmsley, Managing Director at Brightwave.

Caroline Walmsley, said:

"The subject of what the future holds for learning and development is what brings over 7,000 L&D professionals to Learning Technologies every year. I'm excited about taking part in this discussion and exploring whether personalisation is the right approach for businesses looking to support their learners' performance and engagement."

Brightwave is presenting a number of free seminars at Learning Technologies, exhibiting on stand D21 and showcasing their latest solutions and current products, including their multi-award-winning collaborative learning platform tessello. If you have yet to book your place at the two-day event, you can register online to attend.