The Learning Technologies Conference returns to ExCeL London this February and the complete conference programme has now been published and is available on the Learning Technologies 2020 website.
“The L&D community always expects a high-quality line up of speakers at Learning Technologies and 2020 will be no different, with over 70 selected speakers and facilitators from the UK and around the world,” explains Learning Technologies Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor.
“Expect the spotlight to fall on the most exciting tools and technologies transforming learning today, including AI, predictive analytics and virtual reality. We'll also look more broadly at learning design, the role of L&D and functional areas such as onboarding and compliance.”
One of the conference keynotes is to be provided by Daniel Hulme, CEO of Satalia and Director of Business Analytics at University College London. Daniel will examine the world of AI - its promise to L&D and its risks and threats.
Learning Technologies favourite Itiel Dror returns, exploring the cognitive science of learning and asking how we can put to use what we know for more learning impact.
Julie Dirksen and Patti Shank will contribute sessions around designing learning content for better impact, while David Kelly will provide an overview of the learning technology space, market analysts David Wilson and David Perring will explore the current state of the learning tech market and Dani Johnson will explore what organisations are really doing around learning ecosystems.
These are just a few of the sessions planned for Learning Technologies 2020. Experts will be joining from the US, Canada, Australia and Europe to share their experiences and insights, and as always the conference has a strong back bone of case studies showing innovation in action from organisations including Diageo, UEFA, Channel 4 and the NHS.
New at Learning Technologies 2020 are lunchtime structured networking sessions. These will provide the opportunity to meet colleagues with similar issues in similar organisations, plus there are optional mentoring sessions to focus on delegates’ particular goals.
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.
Learning professionals can keep informed of the conference’s developments and announcements by registering for more information: Learning Technologies 2020 Conference - keep me informed.