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Somehow is already time for the annual Learning Technologies Summer Forum. Hopefully since the main event in February, we’ve all been putting into practice what we heard at Learning Technologies 2017, but the Summer Forum offers a unique opportunity to … Continue reading
Three days isn’t really long enough to reflect on everything that I saw and heard at Learning Technologies 2017 last week, but whilst things are fresh in my mind I wanted to capture some immediate takeaways. The stand out session … Continue reading
Following my previous post on the Learning Technologies 2017 social team, here are the details on who’s covering what, where and when. Our contributors will be working hard to share insights and key takeaways from every single session of the … Continue reading
The build up to Learning Technologies 2017 is now well underway. As social chair of the event, I’m pleased to bring you everything you need to know to make the most of the event whether you are attending in person … Continue reading
Following 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 … Continue reading
Last year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum hosted one of the most engaging keynote sessions I have ever seen. Deborah Frances-White delivered a superb talk on the power of play and quite literally had everyone in the room on their feet … Continue reading
Some people feel the blues when Christmas is over but for me that feeling is always a month later when Learning Technologies has finished. Maybe I need to get out more but there’s little doubt that this is learning’s Glastonbury … Continue reading