Learning Live Conference 2013 – day one

As a relatively new freelance member of the Learning and Performance Institute team, I was pleased to be invited to the Learning Live Conference in London during September 2013.  Firstly, Learning Live is now one of the industry events for the Learning and Development community, as per the link in this tweet: Interesting investigation by @nowworkplace... Continue Reading →

Learning Live in London

I am looking forward to attending Learning Live this week, hosted by the Learning Performance Institute. It's the September L&D gathering in London. There are various sessions and workshops to attend on a number of different subjects. I will be blogging and tweeting about those I attend. You can follow all the tweets from the... Continue Reading →

Impressions from The Virtual Learning Show #4

Design is everything: five techniques for designing an interactive virtual class Cindy Huggett had some great interaction from the beginning in the chat and with Cindy using polls and a separate chat window to understand our role and find out our burning questions. The five techniques for interactive virtual design: defining great design great openings... Continue Reading →

Impressions from The Virtual Learning Show #2

From desktop to device Elaine Giles presented a session titled extolling the virtues of mobile learning and not relying on desktop machines. Elaine said that we don’t always know how content is being consumed now. Elaine demonstrated a lot of different sharing and interaction between mobile and desktop devices. I never thought about sharing desktop stuff... Continue Reading →

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