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Totara Platinum Partners Have Learning Technologies Exhibition Covered

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This year’s Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition promises to be the busiest yet for Totara Learning Solutions, with a total of five of its most successful and experienced Platinum Partners on hand.

"Totara Partners are some of the leading lights in the industry. Learning Technologies 2014 is a great opportunity to speak with them about requirements and challenges for 2014. Make sure you drop by to talk Totara and find out about some of the other great work they are doing in the wider learning and development sphere," said Totara's Andy Kirk.

City & Guilds Kineo - Stand 142: A popular fixture at Learning Technologies, C&G Kineo is back this year, with a mix of case studies, free guidance and sessions on Totara Mobile and Adapt Learning open source framework. C&G Kineo website for more information.

Learning Pool  - Stand 034: The Learning Pool team will be here this year with a great 2 for 1 offer on eLearning content; 60 minutes of fully-responsive content for the cost of just 30 minutes. They will also be showcasing Encore, their Moodle and Totara-friendly Mobile Learning App. Learning Pool website for more information.

Mind Click – Stand 047: Learning Technologies regulars Mind Click will again be showcasing their eLearning expertise. Look out for a session from resident expert Richard Hyde on designing mobile learning experiences. There will be guided Totara sessions every 30 minutes. Mind Click website for more information.

Synergy Learning – Stand 167: Mahara, Moodle and Totara LMS partners, Synergy Learning know their stuff when it comes to the value of open source in learning and development. Synergy Learning website for more information.

Webanywhere – Stand 158: Webanywhere has produced a handy conference guide, to help visitors to get the best out of their visit to the show. Webanywhere website for more information. 

Win a unique Totara design piece: Totara Learning Solutions has commissioned a unique piece of design work from a New Zealand artist as a competition prize in this year’s exhibition. Carved from native Totara wood in the style of a Waka, or canoe, this ornamental bowl is a great piece of Kiwi craftsmanship. There is a chance to win it by visiting any of Totara Partners’ stands and leave your details with them.

The draw will be made after the free Totara seminar: Benefits of Going Open Source, Thursday 30th January 2014, Theatre 7

Booking a place at Learning Technologies: Running over two days, Learning Technologies takes place over the 29th- 30th January 2014 and is Europe's leading showcase of technology supported workplace learning. Registration for the free-of-charge exhibitions is available at