Implementing the New Learning Agenda – Towards Maturity Ambassador Tips

by | Jan 13, 2014 | Articles

The New Learning Agenda takes a look at what we have learned from the Towards Maturity Research in the last ten years to help us develop a learning strategy that delivers in the next ten years. 

Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors play a vital role in ensuring that our independent research is freely available so that everyone can benefit from it. They are also some of the industry’s most significant thought leaders and award winners and many will be at Learning Technologies at the end of this month.

Each of the Ambassadors have developed practical hints and tips to help you implement the New Learning Agenda and you can pick them up at Learning Technologies. With over 280 exhibitors at the event, we hope this map will help you prioritise your day. (You will also find a print copy in your exhibition welcome bag when you arrive)

Also – do check out our Definitive Guide to Learning Technologies 2014 for making the most of your trip.

Click on link at bottom of the page to download map.

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