Learning Technologies 2015, co-located with Learning and Skills, is Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. The event takes place on the 28th and 29th January in London, England at Olympia in Kensington. Registration is free and available on the Learning Technologies website.
During Learning Technologies 2015
Keep up with LEO Learning on Twitter to find out what’s going on with us at Learning Technologies 2015. The LEO Learning team will be on hand at Stand 56, so be sure to pay us a visit if you’re attending the event to learn about our insightful, transformation-led approach to technology-enabled learning.
We are are hosting three free seminars during the exhibition giving you the opportunity to learn about LEO Learning’s vision, our Platforms service offering and LEO Learning Preloaded, our specialist Games with Purpose division. Details are as follows…
Solving the platforms crisis
Learning Technologies Theatre 6/ 28 01 2015/ 15:30 – 16:00
There is a widespread crisis in the learning platforms industry. A full third of all LMS customers are dissatisfied with their choice. This is often down to poor product selection, products failing to live up to their promises or vendors offering poor support services. It’s time to stop the crisis in its tracks and make sense of the measures we can take to rectify the situation. LEO Learning Platforms Consultant Mark Aberdour will explore approaches to successful platform implementations and how LEO Learning’s new Platforms and Consulting services can help get you there.
Selecting a learning platform can be daunting, with over 500 commercial products available. This session will help you discover the secrets of product selection, system implementation, enterprise integration and achieving success. LEO Learning has helped over 100 organisations enhance their learning platforms over the years, and Mark will cover some of our greatest customer success stories and how we achieved them.
Attend this seminar to find out how to:
- Undertake a review and get best out of your LMS
- Select the right product for your organisation
- Integrate your platform within a complex IT environment
- Implement everything from new custom builds to off-the-shelf products
- Achieve success with the right support, learning analytics and communication strategy.
Delivering tomorrow’s learning today
Learning Technologies Theatre 3/29 01 2015/ 12:30 – 13:00
In a fast-changing, value-driven world, what can a leader in digital learning strategies like LEO Learning do to meet today’s business challenges with ever more effective learning programmes, content and learner engagement? In order to keep up in today’s workplace, measures must be taken to close the performance gap between our vision, ambition and practice, for real bottom-line results.
Imogen Casebourne, LEO Learning’s Director of Learning, and Andrew Joly, Director of Strategic Design, discuss the key strategic drivers for organisations today, and how we can meet these challenges with effective global digital learning strategies. Along with powerful case studies, they will explore areas such as:
- Balancing complex performance and learning strategies
- Delivering business-changing learning architectures and blends
- Spaced learning, and other new strategies for learner engagement
- Integrating games with purpose and gamification into your strategy
Getting to grips with Games with Purpose
Learning Technologies Theatre 2/ 29 01 2015/ 13:15 – 13:45
With 1.2 billion gamers in the world today, the ability to use Games with Purpose for learning is becoming increasingly valuable for organisations. But what are Games with Purpose, why should we use them for training, and how do we get our stakeholders on board?
LEO Learning Preloaded’s Phil Stuart will be talking about how Games with Purpose can be used to transform learning in your organisation by combining the powerful partnership of fun and purpose. This seminar will cover:
- Why games are effective learning tools
- LEO Learning Preloaded’s unique game/ learning design model
- How to build a business case for games
- Organisations already using games for learning
Want to help your employees make smarter business decisions? Respond more logically to tough workplace challenges? Improve speed to competency, dexterity, critical thinking or anything else? This thought-provoking session will show you how you can play your way to better strategic results for your organisation.