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    • Learning Technologies revised schedule for 2021

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Learning Technologies announces new date for its flagship London event; Learning Technologies moves to June 2021; Key digital initiatives announced.

    • LTSF20 online event: The Invisible LMS

      Learning Technologies | London |

      During a week of online learning collaboration this July, Lori Niles-Hofmann, co-founder NilesNolen, explores the learning management system in organisational learning and asks how it fits with today’s working environment.

    • Learning Technologies Awards 2020: programme announced

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The Learning Technologies Awards 2020 programme has been announced: awards entry opens; three new categories announced including onboarding, data analytics and COVID-19 response; sponsorship opportunities; key dates announced.

    • Moving workplace L&D online - fast

      Learning Technologies |

      Learning and Skills Group webinar with Don Taylor on how L&D departments can shift activities online, with little to no planning, and no extra budget.

    • CloserStill Media expands its Germany presence with spring Messe acquisition

      Learning Technologies | Mannheim, Germany and London, UK |

      Closer Still, the London-based exhibition and conference organiser, has announced it has acquired the German exhibition organiser spring Messe, which operates the Zukunft Personal trade show series for the HR sector. spring Messe was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsch Messe AG. Terms were not disclosed.

    • L&D community to gather in London for Learning Technologies 2020

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Over eight thousand learning professionals head to London for Learning Technologies 2020, Europe’s largest annual workplace learning conference and exhibition; full exhibition seminar programme published; exhibition registration information.

    • Women in learning at Learning Technologies 2020

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Kate Graham and Sharon Claffey Kalliouby, co-founders of the #womeninlearning movement are hosting a conference session at Learning Technologies 2020 sharing experiences and lessons learnt from leading female L&D professionals and insights into ways women can dynamically design their learning careers.

    • Creating a culture of learning at Learning Technologies 2020

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Nigel Paine will be joined on stage by Kristina Tsiriotakis and Craige Heaney, respective global L&D heads of Deciem and Diageo, to host the closing session at Learning Technologies 2020, exploring embedding a culture of learning in organisations.

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