Discover Hidden Treasure at Learning Technologies 2011

by | Jan 21, 2011 | Articles

When it comes to advice on delivering results with learning technologies, the most valuable pearls of wisdom are most likely found in each other’s experiences.

The Towards Maturity Benchmark survey has been gathering 1200 organisation’s experiences over the last 8 years we’ve been able to isolate some implementation practices that really deliver results(download the report here if you have not seen it yet) but effective practice constantly evolves.

To keep up to date, the benchmark research in 2011 will be made possible by industry Ambassadors and Supporters who share our passion for ensuring that independent advice is freely available to anyone who wants it!

Many will be at Learning Technologies 2011 and have practical resources of their own to share with you to help you accelerate performance through learning innovation – the treasure is here for the taking, and we have created a treasure trail through the show to help you find out ambassadors and supporters and pick up treasure that you can take back to support you on your journey with learning technologies.

visit us on C25 to pick up your map on the day or download the map to  help you find

  • Treasure to help you set your strategy for 2011 (including ideas for not for profit organisations)
  • Treasure to help you set your mobile strategy, taking full advantage of Mobile Apps
  • Treasure to help you engage learners and connect with GenY
  • Treasure to help you improve instuctional design (including storytelling and experiential learning)
  • Treasure to help you embrace social media and harness informal learning to support talent management
  • Treasure to help your own CPD including great discounts on events and workshops, opportunities to connect to peers,  resources to help you be more efficient with MS Office or to master the virtual classroom

All our ambassadors share our values around sharing good ideas so do take time at LT to seek us all out to discover hidden treasures to help you!

Just look out for this sign to find those who are participating in the treasure trail –

You can visit Learning Technologies at London Olympia for free – details on registration can be found at www.learningtechnologies.co.uk

If you bring a copy of this artcle with you to LT (or print your own treasure map from this link  , you can swap it for a free coffee voucher on our stand C25.

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