20 free seminars that you can’t afford to miss at Learning Technologies 2012

by | Jan 11, 2012 | Articles

Ok, we may be biased but we think that the free presentations that have been organised by our Ambassadors and Supporters at this year’s Learning Technologies and Learning and Skills event at Olympia are the pick of the best.

If you are currently overwhelmed by choice and struggling to decide, take a look at the following that include direct case studies from National Autistic Society, techtronic Industries Inc, Dixons, Jaguar Landrover and  the British Army (all of which i would definitely recommend!)

You can attend them for free by registering for the event here.

Also don’t forget to visit us on Stand 45 (first floor) where we will be hosting the Learning Technology eXchange.

Day 1 – Wednesday 25th January

Learning Technologies  – First floor Olympia 2

Learning and Skills  –  Ground Floor Olympia 2

Day 2 – Thursday 26th January

Learning Technologies  –  First floor Olympia 2

Learning and Skills – Ground Floor Olympia 2

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