The workshop, titled, ‘Making Mobile Work for You’, will be delivered by LINE’s Design Director, Andrew Joly, and LINE’s User Experience Architect, Katie Hart. In the one-hour session, they will dispel some of the myths about mobile learning, help delegates to get a clearer picture of what it is and where it's going, as well as illustrating how simply effective apps can be designed and created.
Andrew Joly explains: “Whether you are already involved in designing learning apps or you are only just considering taking the plunge, this session will give you a fresh perspective on how to make mobile learning work. You will walk away feeling inspired and equipped with a mobile design pack which you can use in your own organisations.”
The Learning Innovations Conference is the first of its kind orchestrated by GOSH and it is open to anyone with an interest in technology and education. The conference will consist of key speakers from across the field of organisational learning, outlining the innovation and technology used in the workplace to support learning and development.
Speakers include Donald H Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute, Laura Overton, MD of Towards Maturity and Rob Hubbard, Chairman of the ELearning Network.
The conference is open to everyone, not just GOSH employees, and delegates will have a chance to network with other leading members of the learning and development industry.
Edward Lines, Account Manager at LINE, says: “LINE has worked in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital since the end of 2012 and we are delighted to be involved with this brand new event organised by their L&D team. It’s great to see the organisation take such a hands-on approach to innovation in the field of learning technologies. It promises to be a fantastic day.”
Online bookings for the Learning Innovations Conference:
The delegate rate for the one-day GOSH Learning Innovations conference 2013 is £175 (closing date: Tuesday, 12 November 2013). Discount is available if booking for more than one person from an organisation and there is a GOSH staff special rate via Elena Izmaylova.
Conference enquiries: Elena Izmaylova via 020 7405 9200 ext. 8546 or email email@example.com
Location: The conference will take place at Weston House, Great Ormond Street.
More information, visit https://www.goshgold.org/learning_innovations/conference.html.
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