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Learning Technologies 2020: a worldwide outlook for learning professionals

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The Learning Technologies conference returns to ExCeL London on February 12th and 13th 2020, with an inspiring and provocative speaker line up.

Donald H Taylor, Conference Chair, heads a new curation team, giving a worldwide outlook to the Learning Technologies 2020 programme
Donald H Taylor, Conference Chair, heads a new curation team, giving a worldwide outlook to the Learning Technologies 2020 programme 

Having now surpassed its twentieth year, Learning Technologies is Europe's leading conference dedicated to organisational learning and the technology that supports learning at work. 

Now with a global Learning portfolio of events that includes, OEB in Berlin and DevLearn in Las Vegas, the Learning Technologies Conference in London in February 2020 will enjoy the benefits of a brand new curation team, led by Donald H Taylor, that offers a worldwide outlook to the programme.

”2020 is set to be a pivotal year for the learning and development profession. The business landscape is undergoing unprecedented global change. Digital transformation, social and economic shifts are impacting our lives, our work and how we learn in ways never seen before. Our time is described as the fourth industrial revolution and the learning profession stands in a unique position to help organisations to adapt,” points out Donald H Taylor, Learning Technologies Conference Chair.

“The annual Learning Technologies Conference seeks to provide the L&D profession with answers to all of the pressing questions. We are assembling the most important and ambitious conference in our twenty-plus year history,” added Taylor.

The 2020 event takes place at ExCeL in London's Docklands. As well a strong emphasis this year on interactivity and application, there are expanded opportunities to network with over 700 fellow learning and development professionals at the conference and with over 8,500 fellow learning professionals through the co-located exhibition running alongside.

The 2020 conference comprises five tracks covering digital transformation, collaborative learning, analytics, developing high-impact content using video, virtual reality and more. 

Booking for the Learning Technologies 2020 Conference has opened. The standard delegate rate is £1,295 + VAT, with a 15% early bird discount for booking before November 29th.

Registration for the Learning Technologies exhibition is also available via the event website.

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Learning professionals can keep informed of the conference’s developments and announcements by registering for more information: Learning Technologies 2020 Conference - keep me informed.