Top Learning Technology events this winter

by | Nov 5, 2009 | Articles

The coming months provide plenty of opportunity for those in the Learning Technology Industry to build their skills and network with peers – both online and face to face!

Here is a taster of some of the events coming up:

  • 16th November – L&D 2020 – Shaping change in workplace learning ( Training Journal 1 day event, Cambridge)

This event is a continuation of the important programme of work focussing on the critical skills of L&D professionals moving forward.

For more information – http://www.trainingjournal.com/directories/events/training-event807.html

  • 17 – 19 November – Learntrends ( Free online international conference)

A series of free online events that are looking at  convergence in workplace learning & features Jay Cross , Charles Jennings and many others ( including TM on 18th Nov at 6pm!)

For more information  – http://learntrends.ning.com/page/learntrends-2009

  • 20th November – Next Generation Blended Learning (eLearning Network 1 day event, London)

A fantastic line up of speakers ( including Clive Shepherd, at this popular networking event on a critical subject!

For more information – http://www.elearningnetwork.org/content/next-generation-blended-learning

  •  2 – 4 Dec – Online Educa Berlin (International conference , Berlin)

If you are able to get to Berlin this December ( 09), we’d love to see you atOnline Educa Berlin – they have a very strong focus on work place e-learning this year with some excellent speakers and workshops focussing on a new era of workplace learning.

For more information – http://www.online-educa.com/programme

  • 27 – 28 Jan 10 – Learning Technologies 2010 ( UK’s largest learning technology event , London)

LT2010 has just launched it’s conference programme ( – given the popularity of LT09, we’d recommend that you book early to avoid disappointment.). There is also a free exhibition with over 50 seminars so book the dates in your diary.

For more information on the conference and exhibition – http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/index.html

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