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Virtual reality, artificial intelligence and simulations on Learning Now tv

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Learning Now tv this month includes an interview with mobile and virtual applications evangelist Ron Edwards on virtual reality, artificial intelligence and simulations in learning.

Nigel Paine and Kim Edwards: hosts of Learning Now tv
Nigel Paine and Kim Edwards: hosts of Learning Now tv 

Ron Edwards is a serial ‘early adopter’ in learning. He has founded learning technology mobile and gaming businesses and, over a 20 year plus career, helped to prepare commercial learning providers and corporate L&D departments for new learning tech. He joins Learning Now tv’s June programme to explain how the learning industry is progressing with virtual reality, artificial intelligence and simulations.

Also on June’s programme the Learning Now tv team interviews Meg Lyons on career and life coaching, Kate Graham on getting the most from event backchannels and Dr Andre Vermeulen on how the latest neuroscience research will affect the way we learn.

Learning Now tv is on Thursday June 29 at 8 pm and the following day, June 30 at 10 am. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.

The full programme of interviews and features for June’s LNTV show:

  • Ron Edwards discusses the value of VR, AI and simulations for learning and gives advice on how to best to get started.

  • Meg Lyons explains the benefits of career and life coaching.

  • Kate Graham talks to Kim Edwards about the value of backchannels at events and how they are a great learning opportunity.

  • Dr Andre Vermeulen talks to Lisa Minogue-White about how the latest neuroscience research will affect the way we learn.

  • Tom Spiglanin reports from San Diego on the sessions about the benefits of video at this month's Focus on Learning event.

  • Robin Hoyle this month focuses on how to get line managers to play an active role in staff training.

  • Martin Couzins' regular series continues this month with a recent report on the science of attention.

The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday June 29, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Colin Steed from 7.45 pm; and again on Friday June 30, 10 am UK time.