Laura Overton speaking on the self-directed learner in Oslo, Norway

by | Mar 28, 2017 | Press Release |

Laura Overton will be speaking at the Lumesse Learning Lounge on 6 April – a free to attend one-day event offering a wealth of insight and inspiration.

For the second year, Lumesse Learning are hosting a free event in Oslo, Norway on 6 April, 2017. This free to attend one-day event offers a wealth of insight and inspiration.

A mix of presentations, networking, demonstrations, clinics and informal discussions are all part of the day. Feel free to join for the full day or drop in to the sessions most appropriate for you! 

Agenda

08.30 Registration and Networking

09.30 Welcome
Jane Haaber – Account Manager, Nordics

09.35 Keynote: The Changing World of Learning
Andrea Miles – General Manager, Learning

10.00 Our Technology Vision & Roadmap for Learning
Duncan Barrett – Head Technology, Learning

10.30 Analyst Insight: The Self-Directed Learner and L&D
Laura Overton, Towards Maturity

11.30 Learning Design Insights: Designing for the Self Directed Learner
Carole Bower, Head of Learning Solutions

12.00 Demonstrations and drop-in clinics

16.00 Event Close

Demos include:

  • World exclusive: preview of our new learning product!
  • xAPI in action: see a working demo of xAPI
  • Manager Dashboards & Mobile in Learning Gateway
  • Building personalised learning paths with CourseBuilder

1-2-1 clinics:

An opportunity to book one-to-one time with a member of the Lumesse Learning team to discuss any of your current learning issues. Send your preferred time and topic to [email protected].

Networking:

There will be plenty of opportunity to network with peers throughout the day.

PLUS: One lucky visitor can expect a surprise!

Location

Fossekallen Restaurant & Konferansesenter
Vollsveien
13H,
1366 Lysaker
Norway

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