We held eight round table discussions with global industry experts on our LT stand in conjunction with Training Journal. Read all the key takeaways.
How can you stay current in your field when work, jobs, and even professions are constantly changing?
We all know the only constant is change. We are seeing that in our politics, our businesses, our climate… technology, relationships, industry sectors and so much more. In a world where everything is evolving and jobs that weren’t even invented ten years ago are recruiting, how can you possibly be ready for the rest of your career?
The Learning Technologies show was busy this year with 100s of suppliers of technology solutions, alongside traditional L&D providers, all vying for the attention of passing visitors.
As organisations turn to mobile solutions to help their staff access learning resources on the go, they will be facing the issue of whether to develop bespoke applications or simply ensure that their content can be viewed effectively via a mobile browser.
We are in the Social Age of learning, where the bywords are agility and engagement, where formal experiences are less valuable than applied ones, where traditional models of authority and expertise are subverted by more social methodologies that rely on communities and sharing.
Organisations are always looking to become more agile or innovative and in L&D we are all focused on supporting employees to be more engaged.
The Exchange Programme provides a unique, free opportunity to get up close and personal with conference speakers at Learning Technologies on 1-2 February 2017.
eXchanges is a unique, free opportunity to get up close and personal with conference speakers at Learning Technologies on 3-4 February 2016.
Towards Maturity’s eXchange once again welcomed Nigel Paine; independent consultant, author, conference speaker, former Head of Learning for the BBC. Here’s what he shared.
After a great show, here’s our insights, takeaways and a host of fantastic resources that you’re bound to benefit from.
A conversation eXchange with Mark Reilly, Head of Corporate Training at McDonald’s Restaurants Ltd.
A conversation eXchange with Kandy Woodfield, Director of Learning at NatCen Social Research
The eXchanges at this year’s LT15 Conference have gone from strength to strength and were even more popular than in the previous three years.
Nic Laycock reports what was shared during the roundtable discussion with Julian Stodd at the Learning Technologies eXchange, 2015.
Clive Shepherd shares his latest ideas in conversation with other L&D professionals at the #LT14UK Towards Maturity eXchange – Report by Genny Dixon
Helen Bingham and Alison Potter, NHS in conversation at the #LT14UK Towards Maturity eXchange – Report by Genny Dixon
Chris Atherton and Simon Bostock from Equal Experts share their ideas in conversation at the #LT14UK Towards Maturity eXchange – report by Dr Genny Dixon
Speexx opens registration for third annual Speexx Exchange in Berlin international conference to address demand for talent mobility and global e-learning scenarios on the eve of Online Educa Berlin
Massive Open Online Courses – or MOOCs – are bringing a new dimension to the idea of content sharing. At our third eXchange at Learning Technologies 2013, Dr Chris Paton has brought years of experience in medical research to explore how technology can be used to improve public health.