This years Learning Technologies Award takes place on 29 November 2017 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London - so plenty of time to get your ticket if you're looking to attend. However, if you're looking to enter then time is a bit more limited.
The Scottish Learning Festival 2017 takes place on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 September in the SEC, Glasgow.
The Festival provides high quality continuing professional learning and is a rendezvous for educational professionals, both nationally and internationally, providing a unique platform to engage with a diverse range of experts, colleagues and suppliers.
To support Learning at Work Week 2017, GoodPractice are offering free access to their performance support toolkit.
The Learning Technologies Summer Forum has announced its conference speaker lineup for the upcoming one-day event in London this June.
The conference is running as part of the Learning Technologies 2017 Summer Forum, at London Olympia on 13 June 2017.
Over 20 speakers and facilitators from the Learning Technologies February event and more than 500 members will gather to discuss, interact and share experiences – both good and bad – with the aim of helping us all to do our work better. It will also be the chance to network and share experiences with the Learning and Skills Group and Learning Technologies communities.
The conference programme is available here.
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The Campaign for Learning have been running Learning at Work week since 1999 with the aim of spotlighting the importance and benefits of learning and development at work.
Education Scotland carries out an annual survey of school staff and pupils to find out more about their use of digital technology in general and Glow in particular.
Glasgow based learning management system Create-eLearning announced today that it has adopted the global brand name CreateLMS. It has also unveiled a new logo, and brand value statement “Great service, great price, great LMS.”