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    • Empowering learning: Josh Squires on AI

      Learning News | London |

      Josh Squires, Director Enterprise Solutions at Docebo, discussing artificial intelligence in learning at Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2019.

    • David Kelly on tech trends

      Learning News | London |

      An interview with David Kelly, The eLearning Guild, at LTSF19 talking about technology trends in learning.

    • Carole Bower, Saba: Real stories

      Learning News | London |

      Carole Bower, Head of Learning at Saba, talking to Learning News at LTSF19 offers tips for L&D on using video.

    • The increasing use of video in learning

      Learning News | London |

      Andrew Joly, LEO Learning, at LTSF19 talks about the use of video in learning and how video might now be used for elearning with branching scenarios.

    • Ali Soper: Marketing learning

      Learning News | London |

      Ali Soper, Creative Director, MicroLearn at LTSF19: how L&D can learn from the world of cinema when launching learning programmes.

    • Changing IT Skills: Gary Duffield, DDLS

      Learning News | Perth, Australia |

      An interview with IT training market veteran, Gary Duffield, on the tech skills in demand, certification and the longevity of the classroom.

    • The Human-Led-Future of Work

      Learning News | London |

      Business leaders talk to Learning News about leadership skills at the brand launch of Headspring, Tower Bridge London.

    • Rapidly growing #womeninlearning movement launches vital new research

      Learning News | London |

      Due to the lack of women in senior roles across learning and development, a new survey launching today – open to everyone in the industry – is digging deeper into this important area to understand how a better balance can be achieved.

    • Interview with Juliette Denny, Growth Engineering

      Learning News | London |

      Learning News interview with Juliette Denny about how Growth Engineering's focus on behavioural science and learner engagement can drive meaningful business impact.

    • Women In Learning Conference announced

      Learning News | London |

      Women In Learning Conference endeavours to join a collective of men and women together to begin to raise awareness of the challenges women are facing in the workplace, but also highlight their successes and fascinating career trajectories. It’s an event intended to inspire, motivate, empower, and most importantly, instigate a change.

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