Learning Summit is a free and collaborative virtual event for L&D professionals, HR Directors, and other leaders within eLearning space.
The event will take place on Friday, 30th July, between 14:00 (BST) and 16:00 (BST) – keep the date clear in your diary to join us.
Learning Summit will be available to a limited number of attendees, so if you haven’t already, make sure to register for the event to secure your space.
Steve Wheeler will be our keynote speaker, who will be speaking on the topic of “Learning at a distance – barriers, challenges and solutions”.
Here is a short video note from Steve, providing a brief taster of what he’ll be speaking about at Learning Summit.
Steve Wheeler: Learning at a distance – barriers, challenges, and solutions
2:15pm – 2:45pm (BST), Friday 30th July
Steve Wheeler is a Learning Innovation Consultant and former Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at the Plymouth Institute of Education where he chaired the Learning Futures group and led the Computing and Science education teams. Since 2019 he has held to position of tutor on the Masters in Education programme at Plymouth Marjon University.
He continues to research into technology supported learning and distance education, with particular emphasis on the pedagogy underlying the use of social media and Web 2.0 technologies, and also has research interests in mobile learning and cybercultures. He has given keynotes to audiences in more than 35 countries and is author of over 150 scholarly articles, with almost 8000 academic citations.
An active and prolific edublogger, his blog Learning with ‘e’s is a regular online commentary on the social and cultural impact of disruptive technologies, and the application of digital media in education, learning and development. In the last few years it has attracted in excess of 9 million unique visitors.
You’ll need to register for the event, which you can do by using the form on the right-hand side to create an account. To do this, visit this link
Once registered, feel free to introduce yourself on the “Public Timeline”, or post any questions you have in the run up to, and during the event.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday, 30th July 2021.