Podcast 182 — What we learned at LT 2020

Learning Technologies is one of the biggest industry conferences in the L&D calendar. But what did we learn from attending?

Written by Nicola Boyle
Published 18 February 2020
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Podcast 182 — What we learned at LT 2020

This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle, James McLuckie and Gemma Towersey discuss their highlights and key takeaways from the conference. 

In the episode we discuss:

  • Personalisation 
  • The ethics of AI
  • Getting back to the basics of learning design

 

Show notes

The Good Practice podcast episode that James referenced, featuring Nick Robinson, was episode 89 'Introducing Learning Design' - https://podcast.goodpractice.com/89-introducing-learning-design

To find out more about Learning Technologies 30 under 30 -https://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/learning-thirty-under-30

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Nicola Boyle

Nicola Boyle

Marketing Communications Executive
Nicola has over six years of marketing experience. Her responsibilities include managing social media, podcast and webinar channels, as well content management and event planning. Nicola enjoys identifying and anticipating client needs and delivering the best possible experience to build successful long-standing client relationships.

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