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LEO Learning Experts to Discuss Successful Digital Learning at Learning Technologies 2019

LEO Learning experts will lead a seminar on how to create memorable, meaningful learning experiences that work

LONDON– LEO Learning, an award-winning learning technologies firm, will lead a session on creating successful digital learning and development at Learning Technologies 2019 in London, February 13-14. Learning Technologies is Europe’s leading showcase of organizational learning and technology to support learning at work.

In the session, “How to make digital learning that works,” LEO Learning’s Andrew Joly, Director of Strategic Design, and Rose Benedicks, Strategic Consulting Lead, will discuss how to empower learners by letting them define their own learning, while reducing learning time and improving outcomes.

“We’re excited to shake things up for attendees by discussing what makes digital learning successful,” Benedicks said. “Successful learning and development isn’t about dumping information on people and testing them to see if they remember the information. It should be about creating memorable, meaningful experiences that captivate and challenge learners in a way that drives measurable results.”

The session will be held at the following times:

  • Wednesday, February 13 at 11a.m. in Theatre 5
  • Thursday, February 14 at 11a.m. in Theatre 6

LEO Learning experts will be at stand F10 to showcase capabilities in:

  • Strategy and consulting
  • Blended learning and custom eLearning
  • Measuring the business impact of learning
  • Video and animation
  • Learning analytics
  • Learning ecosystems
  • Mobile learning, and more!

Learning Technologies, the industry’s leading learning and development conference, features 150 free seminars and more than 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest learning technologies and best practices to approximately 8,000 attendees.

To find out how LEO Learning can help you revolutionize learning and development in your organization, contact us today.

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