The program for the Learning • Technology • Design 2017 virtual conference was built based on input from learning professionals about their top challenges and opportunities and the insight gleaned from Tagoras’s years of working with organizations in the business of lifelong learning. Here you see a high-level schedule as well as the topics offered at Learning • Technology • Design 2017. Click the titles below to learn more about the sessions and who delivered them. A detailed calendar-view schedule for Learning • Technology • Design 2017 is also available on the Schedule page. Access to recordings for all sessions and demonstrations is now available for purchase, and you will have access through May 31, 2017.
Sixteen 50-minute educational sessions cover topics essential to the success of a learning business and emphasize case studies and actionable, practical approaches.
Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele, creators of Learning • Technology • Design, offered brief opening and closing sessions on March 1 and March 2 to bookend the days. These sessions help prime participants for what’s to come and process what they’ve learned.
Companies offering learning products and services are an integral part of the landscape, so the third day of LTD (March 3) was reserved for demonstrations, allowing LTD participants to learn more about platform and product options. Additionally, participating companies have booths in a virtual exhibit hall available. Access to the virtual exhibit hall is available as well as access to recordings of the demos.