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Teach on Mars discusses Next-Gen Mobile Learning at LEARNING LIVE 2018

UKLearning NewsLPI (Learning and Performance Institute)

Teach on Mars to conduct workshop on gamification, Artificial Intelligence content curation and potential platforms to deliver learning to today’s “always-on” employees.

The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is pleased to announce that learning provider, Teach on Mars will be conducting a business solution workshop at LEARNING LIVE 2018.

Under the title "Next-gen Mobile Learning: the secret performance weapon in everyone’s pocket," this workshop will be led by Adam Charlesworth of the Teach on Mars International Business Unit, with spotlight contributions from both a flagship customer – Eleonora Carrarelli, International Education Manager with Acqua di Parma – and a strategic partner – Stephen Walsh, co-Founder and CEO of Anders Pink, one of the leaders in the rapidly-growing field of content curation.

The questions this trio will cover are among the most business-critical facing L&D professionals today.
• How to combine bespoke, off-the shelf and curated content to get the digital learning mix right.
• How to break through the constraints of traditional delivery formats to deliver learning in the workflow and at the point of need? What does it take in practice to ensure development initiatives have impact where it is needed - in the field, whilst at the same time satisfying the individual’s thirst for continuous learning.
• How to "operationalize" learning initiatives to go beyond skills and get to what really matters – individual and collective performance.

And as an EdTech vendor inviting both a client and a strategic partner to join them on the same stage, Teach on Mars hopes to illustrate how the value ecosystems are changing in modern organizational learning, and what opportunities those changes will bring to the whole industry.

The session will take place in room Bishopsgate 2 at 15:00 on September 5th.

LEARNING LIVE takes place at 155 Bishopsgate, London on 5-6 September 2018. For more details about the session and the full event programme, visit