EVENT: E-Learning 2020 - The future of eLearning with Craig Weiss
e.learning age in association with Unicorn Training presents 'E-Learning 2020 - The future of eLearning with Craig Weiss'. Event: One day seminar Date: Wednesday 27 November, 2013 Location: The Kia Oval, Kennington, London, SE11 5SS, UK Price: £195 + VAT (includes full access to the seminar, beverage breaks and lunch) In the first of a programme of activities to mark the E-Learning Awards 10th Year, e.learning age teams up with Unicorn Training to present this unique one day seminar. The world of online learning is going through a period of rapid and unprecedented change. We are assaulted from all sides by the new vocabulary of MOOCS, mLearning, SoMe, Tin Can, XAPI, LRS, HTML5, and gamification. But which of these will make a real difference to your business over the next five years? For the first time ever in the UK, inspirational eLearning guru Craig Weiss will be flying in from LA to provide his unique insights on the evolution of eLearning and what’s next for the industry. Founder and CEO of E-Learning 24/7, Craig was named the fourth most influential person in the world for eLearning in 2013. His blog is read in 133 countries and his eLearning forecasts have been over 90% accurate. That’s why he’s the ideal person to discuss the future of eLearning and reveal what you can expect to see over the next five years. You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to join Craig to discuss and debate the key trends in online learning. Seminar schedule Often controversial but never dull, Craig will deliver the keynote address and then join group round table discussions and debates. You’ll also get the chance to exchange ideas and experiences with your peers and industry experts on a range of key themes including:
- “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated” – where next for the LMS?
- Collaboration, Social media and MOOCs – the future of learning?
- Mobile learning : Myths and Reality
- Tools of the trade - which are the must have new authoring tools and why?