Autumn Forum

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Dates and Venue

17, 19, 24 & 26 October 2023 | Online

17, 19, 24 & 26 October 2023 | Online

Autumn Forum Conference

Running as part of the Learning Technologies Autumn Forum, the conference programme is designed with an emphasis on learning in practice. Informal, conversational and problem-focused, the Autumn Forum Conference gives us the chance to come together and consider how far we have progressed since May, and to help each other in achieving the year’s goals. 

Over 30 speakers and facilitators and more than 500 attendees will gather to discuss, interact and share experiences – both good and bad – with the aim of helping us all to do our work better. It will also be the chance to network and share experiences with other learning professionals. 

Conference themes

Tools and technologies Tools and technologies 

What are the key technologies that we need to know about in 2022? Which are actually being used, who is using them, and what can we learn from them?

AI, data, analytics and impactAI, data and analytics

 We’ll explore practical case studies and resources that will demonstrate the action L&D needs to take.

Tools and technologies Content design

We'll look at how content design is changing in terms of both process (how we create) and outcome (what we create). 

Programme implementationProgramme implementation

Here we look at examples and models of successful learning programme implementation. Yes, we explore the technology side, but also the people. 

Learning engagementLearning engagement

Engagement should be designed into every learning programme from the start, because it won’t happen by accident. We’ll hear from practitioners doing great work in this field.

Talent and learningTalent and learning

Skills are the new currently of business, and we need to speak it. Here we’ll explore how to do just that in theory, and hear from practitioners who are doing it in practice.

Future L&DFuture L&D

A chance to explore where we are going, drawing together practitioners who have built great L&D teams and are doing great things. What are they doing that’s different, and how can we emulate them?

Professional developmentProfessional development

Here we dwell on the detail of how we achieve professional mastery. We’ll talk about the resources and networks we need to use to develop ourselves and our teams.

Learning Technologies Sponsors

Learning Technologies Partners