Learning Technologies France 2018
23rd – 24th January 2018
Learning Technologies France incorporating iLearning Forum 2018 will open its doors on 23rd and 24th of January 2018 in Paris, and for the first time Netex will be exhibiting at the show as Gold Sponsor.
The show will welcome around 130 exhibitors, international conferences and products workshops that will allow the 4000 expected visitors from more than 40 countries to meet and discover the latest international innovation in e-learning: learning management platforms, learning portals, simulations, interactive video, serious games, skills and management applications, contents tools development, social learning, mobile learning, etc.
You can register for free entry to the Learning Technologies France 2018 exhibition and seminars here.
Visit us at Stand E50, or request an appointment at email@example.com.
Tue 23/01, 2:45pm, Conference Room 3
Consumérisation du e-learning. Mike Byrne, Global Channel Director.
Mobile is not just technology anymore, it’s a lifestyle choice. We now live in a world of “micro-moments”, where we have access to content as and when we need it. Mobile apps make our day-to-day lives easier, we communicate, consume, share, purchase and much, much more. But how has this shift to mobile affected digital learning design?
In this session Mike Byrne will review the new learning and performance landscape and discusses whether we need to take a more “consumerised” approach to learning design and delivery.
Tue 23/01, 3:00pm, Theatre 2
The future is now! How smartED technology will change digital education.
Rubén Míguez, EdTech Product Manager.
Business Schools and Corporate Universities have been looking for effective solutions to harness the power of digital technology within blended learning delivery. smartED gives these institutions the power to create a new generation of content that will transform how we use digital learning solutions in the classroom. The demonstration will show how smartED can offer the following functionality:
- Personalise content for students
- Analyse students’ interaction
- Collaborate with others
- Gamify the learning experience
- Provide differentiated instruction
Tue 23/01, 12:00pm, Theatre 2
learningPlay – next generation learning platform. Mike Byrne, Global Channel Director.
learningPlay is a next generation learning experience platform. In this session Mike Byrne will demo how it has been developed to cater for the changing needs of the modern learner – as we shift away from the traditional courses approach to a media rich, resourced-led user experience. By focusing on gamification, skills management and spaced learning, we can create a much more immersive learning episode that goes above and beyond the traditional LMS.