We’re excited to be attending the Learning Technologies show and conference again this year! Learning Technologies is Europe’s leading showcase of organizational learning and the technology used to support learning at work.
With more than 8,500 visitors, 200 free L&D seminars, over 200 exhibitors and an exhibition hall packed with the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice, Learning Technologies 2020 will set trends, and explore unique ideas and modern innovations delivered by learning industry experts.
Come visit us at Stand J10 throughout the event for the chance to grab some fantastic eco-friendly freebies and see how our experts can help solve your learning problems.
But that’s not all! You can also find out the results from our most recent Learning Measurement survey and get a taster of how you can revolutionize your learning with our new Transformation Model.
Plus, join us for our informative seminar on Innovative Gamification and Immersion in the Evolution of Digital Learning:
We have reached a critical moment in the evolution of digital learning, where the power of joined-up learning ecosystems and joined-up learners is delivering massive new opportunities for the future. Combine these with some of the innovations we’re seeing in gamification, play, and immersion and you begin to get a real feel for where digital learning is going right now.
LEO Learning’s Andrew Joly, Director of Strategic Design, and Ella Richardson, Learning Design Director, will look at the key trends that are shaping our most innovative work. They will explore industry-leading examples, including a single solution that pulls many of these trends together in one place and is set to revolutionize the way a large commercial audience learns.
Join them to discover:
- Why connected learning is changing our world
- The power of social learning and learning ecosystems in practice
- The key opportunities and enablers for change
- The role of play, immersion, and challenge in the mix
- How we’re fixing some of eLearning’s past problems