News: Learning Now tv Gets On Board With E-Learning 20-20

Learning Now TVmain-logo, the live-streamed internet TV channel focusing on the world of learning and development, has been announced as the latest associate to get involved in this month’s unique E-Learning 20-20 – Stay Ahead of the Game event.

Places are still available for the event at the Kia Oval in London on 26 and 27 November where gamification, games and the next generation of online learning will be the hot topics as industry experts gather to share views and ideas at this second annual E-Learning 20-20 seminar.

And Learning Now TV will be there to capture all the opinions and discussion points as, amongst other high profile speakers, US eLearning expert Craig Weiss returns to the UK return to discuss the state of the industry, current challenges and what we can expect from the next generation of LMSs.

Founded by industry leader, Colin SteedLearning Now tv is run and produced by some of the L&D world’s leading experts.

Marco Faccini of Learning Now TV said:Learning Now TV is really proud to be associated with this great project in bringing insightful, engaging, up to the minute thinking and current practice to our TV audience. We are really excited about capturing insights and interviews at the workshops and then releasing via the monthly programmes. This can only benefit all in the Learning and Development industry.”

craig weissE-Learning 20-20 –  Stay Ahead of the Game is presented by e.learning age in association with Growth Engineering and Unicorn Training.

On day one Craig will be joined by gamification guru An Coppens, Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation, to highlight the role that gamification will play in the future of learning.

Day two will see Mike Hawkyard, Managing Director of Amuzo Games, join Craig to explore how the growth of smart devices has transformed the way we find information, learn and share.

Both days will feature break-out discussions and workshops, with day one featuring case studies from Game Retail and Bensons for Beds.

Juliette Denny, Managing Director of Growth Engineering, said: “We’re really excited to get involved with this seminar. From experiencing last year’s event as an attendee, it’s clear that the standard is high and I’m confident delegates will find the days incredibly valuable.”

Peter Phillips, CEO of Unicorn Training, added: “I hope that the event will encourage attendees that it is possible to incorporate gaming and gamification elements in the learning mix at modest costs and with potentially substantial benefits.”

For more details on E-Learning 20-20 – Stay Ahead of the Game, including how to book click here

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