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    • Creating game-based learning simulations for teams

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Games-based learning expert Ken Thompson is to host a session at the Learning & Skills Group conference, part of the annual Learning Technologies Summer Forum in London on 14 June, on ‘team game-based learning’.

    • Your career as an L&D professional

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The Learning and Skills Group conference, part of the annual Learning Technologies Summer Forum in London on 14 June, will explore careers in L&D with the help of three learning industry leaders, each with differing and highly successful journeys in the learning industry: Corporate elearning architect and proponent of engaging learning, Ant Pugh; Finance-sector education product manager, Sharon Claffey Kaliouby; Learning technologies manager at Vodafone, Mike Booth.

    • Instructional design is dead. So what’s next?

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The prolific learning industry writer and explorer of the Social Age, Julian Stodd, is to join a panel of experts at the upcoming Learning & Skills Group conference, part of the annual Learning Technologies Summer Forum in London on 14 June, to debate instructional design, gamification, user experience and social learning.

    • Algorithms and personalised learning at Learning and Skills Group conference

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Learning industry commentator and blogger Donald Clark will explore the impact of algorithms on personalised learning - cited in a poll of L&D professionals as one of the hottest topics in learning in 2016 - at the Learning & Skills Group conference, part of the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, in London on 14 June.

    • Learning and Skills Group Conference programme announced

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The Learning and Skills Group conference programme is announced today: four track conference at the Learning Technologies 2016 Summer Forum on June 14 sets the agenda of key topics and debate for learning professionals in 2016.

    • Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2016 announced

      Learning Technologies | London |

      The annual Learning Technologies Summer Forum is to take place in London on 14 June 2016. The event contains a free-to-enter exhibition of leading learning industry suppliers and the annual Learning & Skills Group Conference.

    • Europe’s premier L&D event next week in London

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Learning Technologies 2016 and Learning and Skills 2016 take place on 3 and 4 February at Olympia in London: Five track conference, two huge exhibitions, 250+ suppliers, 160 free exhibition seminars, 7,500 L&D professionals.

    • Learning and re-learning at Google and Facebook

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Stephan Thoma, ex-Google and Jeff Turner, Facebook, are at the Learning Technologies 2016 Conference to talk about their companies' learning lessons and how the L&D sector might be able to benefit from them.

    • Gamification: what can we learn from other sectors?

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Pete Jenkins, learning games expert and founder of Gamification+, is presenting at the Learning Technologies 2016 Conference on what the L&D sector can learn from other industries where games have been used successfully.

    • 70:20:10’s challenges: new thinking; new roles

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Charles Jennings has been assessing the challenges for L&D in adopting 70:20:10 and at the Learning Technologies 2016 Conference, with the help of senior L&D leaders from KPMG and Citi, will point to new thinking and new roles needed in L&D.

    • You call yourself a professional?: Ethical standards in L&D

      Learning Technologies | London |

      Inside Learning Technologies & Skills Magazine’s lead feature this month, by Clive Shepherd, examines the responsibility the learning professional has to their client and the ethical standards to which practitioners must strive.

    • Rudy de Waele: Future technology and learning

      Learning Technologies | London |

      ‘New technologies, new ways of working and learning’ explored by digital transformation strategist Rudy de Waele at the Learning Technologies 2016 Conference in London this February.

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