Learning Technologies 2010 is almost here

Learning Technologies 2010We try to make each Learning Technologies Conference better than the previous year’s. This year is no exception, and I’m proud to say that this 11th conference should be our best ever.

We have great speakers including Lord Puttnam, Josh Bersin and Prof. Heppell, a fourth track – new this year – and a great programme of over 30 presentations.

Most importantly, though, is this: despite the economic situation, despite the pressure that Learning and Development finds itself under, we have a great community of delegates signed up for the event.

How do I know this? Simple – I spent some of yesterday examining the delegate list.

As conference chairman, I always take time out a couple of weeks before the conference to remind myself who will be  attending, and once again I was delighted, and a little humbled, by the number and range of people that we have attending.

Although largely a UK event, we now have a number of guests from the US and mainland Europe coming. We have old friends who’ve been with us from the start, and those just beginning their journey using learning technologies. We have delegates with a vast range of experiences that should make the interaction and networking a truly rich experience for all.

The conference (London, Jan 27-28) will once again get the L&D year off to a great start. For news on the conference as it happens, follow our Twitter feed, or search for #LT10uk.

One response to “Learning Technologies 2010 is almost here

  1. Really looking forward to the conference Don. The programme looks great.
    See you there.

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