Learning Technologies is Europe’s leading conference for those of us working in learning and development, so this week on the GoodPractice Podcast we’re sharing our thoughts on the 2018 event.

Ross G, Owen and James discuss Artificial Intelligence (AI), chat bots, Virtual Reality (VR), evaluation and microlearning. We also share our main takeaways in ‘What I Learned at Learning Technologies This Week’.

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The GoodPractice stand at Learning Technologies 2018

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The Learning Technologies website is: http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/ 

Will Thalheimer’s article on the Kirkpatrick Model can be read here: https://www.worklearning.com/2018/01/30/donald-kirkpatrick-was-not-the-originator-of-the-four-level-model-of-learning-evaluation/

JD Dillon’s piece on the hype cycle is at: http://www.learngeek.co/2018/01/jds-workplace-learning-hype-cycle/

Our ‘Working Out Loud’ episode, number 69, is available at: http://podcast.goodpractice.com/69-working-out-loud-to-build-new-skills-and-relationships