Conference partner Ontuitive to share real-world succes strategies with attendees.
To meet the demand of learning professionals hungry for information about the latest trends in learning technology, ASTD announces an expansion of its popular LearnNow Conference. Introduced in 2011, LearnNow was an immediate success, selling out in just a matter of weeks. In 2012 ASTD will offer two LearnNow conferences, in April and July.
As the world of workplace learning and development evolves, cutting edge learning professionals are integrating informal, social, and mobile learning into their L&D strategies. ASTD’s LearnNow Conference is designed to equip attendees with the knowledge and tools needed to take the learning function to the next level.
ASTD is partnering with Ontuitive (formerly LearningGuide) to deliver LearnNow. Renowned expert Bob Mosher, Global Chief of Learning Strategy and Evangelism, and Conrad Gottfredson, Chief Learning Strategist, both at Ontuitive, will again act as lead facilitator for this event. Renowned learning experts Cammy Bean, VP of Learning Design at Kineo, and Chad Udell, Managing Partner at Float Mobile Learning, will also facilitate the conference.
Justin Brusino, the conference organizer and manager of ASTD’s Learning Technologies Community of Practice, says this event will help learning professionals better understand informal learning, social and mobile learning, and how they can be used to drive organizational results. He adds that attendees will learn how to:
• get in front of trends and technologies that are changing the learning landscape
• gain executive buy-in
• adapt your design approach to leverage the latest trends and technologies
• craft a LearnNow strategy which includes informal, social, and mobile learning elements
• identify and implement the first LearnNow project for your organization
• measure your results and show return on investment.
“This exclusive and interactive event will include the opportunity to hear from industry-leading companies that are already driving results with these approaches,” Brusino adds.
For more information and to register visit the LearnNow website. Conference dates are April 23-24 in San Francisco and July 25-26 in Boston.