News: Stay Ahead of Game as Weiss Returns For E-Learning 20-20

News: Stay Ahead of Game as Weiss Returns For E-Learning 20-20 craig weissGaming, gamification and the future of learning content will be the hot topics as leading industry voice, Craig Weiss, returns to the UK for the second E-Learning 20-20 event - Stay Ahead of the Game - at the Kia Oval in London on 26-27 November. Presented by e.learning age in association with Unicorn Training and Growth Engineering, Weiss will be joined by An Coppens, award-winning Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation Ltd, and Mike Hawkyard, managing director of Amuzo Games, one of the UK’s most successful games development companies, to deconstruct how gaming and gamification are becoming more powerful in learning. Each of the two days will have a different focus with enduring themes of gaming, gamification and the future of learning content at the core. Day one will highlight challenges and possibilities faced by L&D professionals in this period of rapid change and reveal what trends to take seriously and what are fads. Day two will explore how corporate eLearning can stay up-to-date with the huge growth in personal mobile device use, and how serious games can make a real difference to learning effectiveness as they way content is consumed evolves. Both days feature keynote speakers alongside creative workshops with plenty of time for networking, and provides a unique chance for the eLearning community to come together to network, share knowledge and explore future trends in the industry with the people who are blazing the trail. For the full itinerary, keynote speaker information and booking details download the event brochure here - E-Learning 20-20 Stay Ahead of the Game RECAP- eLearning Will Be The Industry For Learning By 2020 Says Weiss VIDEO - Craig Weiss reflects on the future of eLearning at last year's event. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CjWxkLtMOo

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