London (UK), September 2017 - The eLearning Network has announced its biggest-ever digital-learning conference with a three-track programme, over forty conference speakers, keynotes from Dr Rebecca Gordon and Nick Shackleton-Jones, a dedicated exhibition, and a networking party to celebrate the eLN’s thirtieth birthday and the best in innovative learning.
The eLearning Network CONNECT conference will convene 07 November at Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London. Training Journal will be supporting and covering the event as sole Media Partner.
Cognitive psychologist Dr Rebecca Gordon, a Senior Teaching Fellow at King's College London and an expert in memory and learning, will be giving a lively demonstration of how to build fundamental cognitive science into everyday good learning practice.
Nick Shackleton-Jones, Director, Learning and Performance Innovation, PA Consulting, author, and winner of the LPI's 2017 Award for Services to the Learning Industry, will be sharing fresh thinking and practical insights into the future of L&D as an experience and performance organisation.
eLN Connect's three dedicated conference streams include
- Disruptors and innovators: who will be tomorrow's heroes? Speakers will reveal the secrets of their leading-edge technology and what it means for today's organisations.
- Real-world solutions: case studies from success stories. This is a chance to hear from the horse's mouth what's really making a difference in learning today.
- eLearning's Big Debate: Leading authorities from the world of digital learning will be debating with each other and answering key questions on a range of important topics.
Phil Reddall, Chair of the eLN said, "We're really excited about this year's programme, which we've designed especially so that thought leaders and industry experts can share really practical advice and real learning innovation with those tasked with making digital learning in the workplace more engaging and effective than ever. This year is a special year for us - it's our thirtieth birthday - and so we'll be celebrating with an after-show party to mark just how far the industry has come in the past three decades."