David Kelly joins the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2019 to help learning professionals cut through the hype to learn about the important trends in learning technology.
“Our regular review of the world of learning technologies. What's hot, what's not, and where should be wary of hype? David Kelly is here to tell all,” explains LTSF Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor.
The exciting proliferation of learning technologies shows no sign of stopping – but there are no silver bullets and plenty of chances to make the wrong choice. David Kelly returns from New York with the latest update on the learning technology field, and delves into plenty of detail to help learning professionals to make the right decisions in their search for the next platform, tool or app.
David Kelly’s conference session at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum on Learning Trends, covers:
An overview of how things are changing in learning technologies
The broader tech trends influencing where we are heading
A reality check on where there’s value and where there’s risk
Which technologies are heading for mainstream adoption?
How some methodologies are driving tech change
The Learning Technologies Summer Forum takes places at ExCeL London on 11 July. The full conference programme is available from the Learning Technologies Summer Forum website, along with how to attend, conference booking information and details about the co-located Learning Technologies Summer Forum exhibition.
The Learning Technologies Summer Forum Conference is free for Learning Technologies conference delegates, past LSG conference delegates and Learning and Skills Group members. The full terms and eligibility are available on the LTSF conference website.
About David Kelly
David Kelly is the executive vice president and executive director of The eLearning Guild. David has been a learning and performance consultant and training director for more than 15 years. He is a leading voice exploring how technology can be used to enhance training, education, learning, and organizational performance. David is an active member of the learning community and can frequently be found speaking at industry events. He has contributed to organizations including ATD, eLearn Magazine, LINGOs, and more. David is also known for his curation efforts, especially related to conferences and events for learning and performance professionals.