Our Ultimate Guide to Learning Technologies 2016

by | Jan 11, 2016 | Articles

So much on offer…where do you start? Download our Ultimate Guide to Learning Technologies 2016 to make the most of LT16.

This year’s guide includes an overview of the best resources, seminars and workshops, as well as where to get connected and what’s happening that you might not have known about…

Download our Ultimate Guide to Learning Technologies 2016

What’s included in the guide:

  • Intro: Make an impact in 2016
  • Our pick of the conference
  • Get up close and personal with conference speakers
  • Free seminars not worth missing
  • Find your way to the best resources
  • #MakeItHappen in 2016: your action planning kit
  • Getting connected: the backchannel and fringe events
Towards Maturity are up to a lot at this year’s show – we’ve written another article to cover the details, so if you’re after brand new insights, practical tips and lessons learned from the best L&D teams, check out how to #MakeItHappen, starting with LT16.

Turn your goals into reality by starting with a Benchmark Review…

This year, Towards Maturity are helping L&D professionals realise their aspirations for business impact by providing a series of practical resources to inspire, equip and inform. The first of these is a second chance to benchmark your learning strategy for 2016. If you complete your review in our Benchmark Centre before 27th January, we’ll send you a free Personalised Benchmark Report in time for Learning Technologies.

Get started by logging in to our Benchmark Centre

Join us at LT16 by registering for the free exhibition

…or download our Ultimate Guide Below

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