Learning Technologies 2020: debating the hottest topics in L&D
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The Learning Technologies 2020 conference programme will debate the most important subjects in L&D today; over 70 speakers to present across five themed conference tracks; early bird booking ends this Friday.
The Learning Technologies Conference returns to ExCeL London this February with over 70 learning leaders lined up to host sessions and panel discussions covering all of the important topics in L&D in 2020.
The full conference programme, with synopses of the conference sessions and speakers’ details, is available on a new Learning Technologies website, launched for the 2020 event.
The programme also contains details of the early bird booking discount, which ends this Friday 29 November, offering delegates 15% off the standard rate, reducing the fee from £1,295 to £1,100 + VAT.
“Learning Technologies 2020 will explore the latest technologies and methodologies, but also examine how familiar, mature approaches to organisational learning work. So expect video to rub shoulders with AI and for us to investigate marketing, engagement and buy-in as thoroughly as we do virtual reality and xAPI,” explains Learning Technologies Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor.
As well as the customary emphasis on interactivity during sessions, Learning Technologies 2020 will be adding new networking opportunities, giving delegates the chance to share with, and learn from, over 700 fellow learning and development professionals.
“There are over 30 conference sessions, with more than 70 selected speakers and facilitators, to provide inspiration, information and provocation. Our aim is that on the Friday after the conference, you’ll be ready to tackle some of the key L&D issues you’re currently facing, fuelled by what you’ve learned, and supported by a new network of colleagues,” adds Taylor.