Five hundred learning and development professionals will gather in January in London to consider the impact of technology on learning cultures. Sixty expert speakers, each with their own insights into how learning and technology have collided, have been invited to run conference sessions.
“Each year we find technology makes an increasingly profound impact on the way that we learn and this creates a considerable challenge for corporate L&D functions,” says conference chair Donald H Taylor. “This conference provides an environment for L&D professionals to consider how technology and learning is evolving and, along with many others facing the same challenge, consider how to adapt and how to lead change in their own organizations.”
The speaker line-up includes: Brian Solis, Jane Bozarth, Beau Lotto, Marc Prensky, Harold Jarche, Deborah Francis-White, Jim Kirkpatrick, Euan Semple, Matthew Syed, Julie Dirksen, Doug Belshaw, Guy Claxton, David Kelly, Itiel Dror, Hans de Zwart, Donald Clark, Ger Driesen, Nigel Paine, Terence Eden, Steve Wheeler, Clive Shepherd and Crispin Weston.
—More info: www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/programme/