Learning Technologies, Europe's most important conference for learning and development professionals, has announced the conference programme for the upcoming event on January 31 and February 1 in London.
“There is a fantastic line-up of speakers for the 2018 event,” points out event organiser Mark Penton. “Including Rohit Talwar, Tony Buzan, Patti Shank, Ulrich Boser, Will Thalheimer, Charles Jennings, Connie Malamed, Jamie Good, Michael Sutton, Nigel Paine, Isabel de Clercq, Steve Wheeler and Dave Kelly.”
There will be case studies and insight from a host of well known companies such as Standard Life Aberdeen, The Prince's Trust, Royal Bank of Scotland, Aviva, the Co-op Group, The Open University, Sainsbury’s, Servest, Pandora, Microsoft, Credit Suisse, State Street Global Advisors, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals India, AXA, and Virgin Atlantic.
“The conference will cover all the main themes affecting L&D professionals today,” adds Penton.
Topics on the agenda include: emerging technologies, learning models, behavioural change, embedding learning, virtual and augmented reality, content design, learning culture, social technologies, simulations and games, artificial intelligence, video for learning, collaborative technologies, personal development, content development, predictive analytics, learning systems, games and learning, alignment in practice, instructional design, learning analytics, implementing learning systems, MOOCs, business-aligned learning, mentoring, micro learning, learning and the mind, and learning value.
Learning Technologies conference booking is now open with tickets priced at £1,295 + VAT. A 15% discount is available on bookings before December 4, 2017.