Learning Technologies 2016: Session Details

Learning Technologies event logoFollowing on from my previous post on the Learning Technologies 2016 backchannel team, here are the nitty gritty details on who’s covering which sessions. Our dream team of contributors will be working hard to share insights and key takeaways from every single session of the conference. Remember, we use individual session hashtags so you can hone in on the specifics of certain topics or presentations. So if you particularly want to know what David Kelly has to say then you can just search #T1S3. All session tags are detailed below (we don’t have specific tags for the keynotes because SO many people share from these that you can just follow the overall #LT16UK hashtag and keep up!)

Day one: Keynote: Triggers – Creating Behaviours That Last, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

goldsmith Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is the world authority in helping successful leaders achieve positive, lasting change in behaviour: for themselves, their people and their teams. In this interactive keynote, Marshall will begin with a discussion of how triggers in our environment can easily throw us off course and stop us from becoming the person we want to be. I’m looking forward to this as a bit of a change in direction from keynotes in recent years. Less focus on technology but should be fascinating as we all have behaviours we want to change or create!
Day one: 11.10 – 12.20

Day one: 13.50 – 15.00

Day one: 15.30 – 16.40

  • #T1S3 – A Look Ahead: The Now and the Next of Learning and Technology, David Kelly (Covered by Alistair Cockroft and Kim George)
  • #T2S3 – Getting the Blend Right for Project Management, Martina Donnelly and Sue Hawke (Covered by Dorian Dandridge and Sarah Hetherington)
  • #T3S3 – Creating a Social and Micro Learning Enterprise Culture, Emma Pace and Abel Henry (Covered by Andy Nock)
  • #T4S3 – Action Mapping – Throw Them in at the Deep End, Cathy Moore (Covered by Sam Taylor and Michelle Parry-Slater)
  • #T5S3 – Unconscious Bias and the Mind: Challenging the Way We Think About Thinking, Tesia Marshik (Covered by Julie Drybrough and Susie Finch)

Day two: Keynote: Today’s Change, Tomorrow’s Work: The Fundamental Shifts of the Future, Ben Hammersley

ben_hammersleyOpening day two of the conference, Ben Hammersley will scan the horizon of technological and societal change and ask how fit for purpose our traditional workplace models are. Technology, underpinned by the internet, is changing the way we work, live and learn. How will abundant information, ultra-connectivity and a global economy transform things? And how will our ideas of working and of learning have to shift to keep up?

Day two: 11.30 – 12.30

  • #T1S4 – The Latest in Mobile Delivery, Geoff Stead (Covered by Susie Finch)
  • #T2S4 – Leadership Development, Nigel Paine and Marc Jansen (Covered by Dorian Dandridge and Julie Drybrough)
  • #T3S4 – Marketing Learning, Shannon Tipton and Gavin Walsh (Covered by Alistair Cockroft and Sam Taylor)
  • #T4S4 – The Heart and the Head: The Vital Role of Story and Emotion in Online Learning, David Guralnick (Covered by Andy Nock and Sarah Hetherington)
  • #T5S4 – Forget the L&D Hype – What About the Learner? Dave Buglass (Covered by Kim George and Michelle Parry-Slater)

Day two: 13.50 – 15.00

Day two: 15.30 – 16.40

For the full conference programme and to pick which sessions you’d like to tune into, click here. There is also a programme of seminars in the exhibition which is full to bursting. In my next post I’ll be picking out some of the highlights and rounding up some of the other great activity that’s taking place in and around this ‘Learning Glastonbury’ as I christened it the other day!

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