September 11, 2013 2 Comments
Rather than blog about LearnX directly I am just going to be lazy 🙂 and reblog Helen’s observations. My one observation is that my standout for the conference has been Professor Saul Carliner. Who was more than happy to challenge some accepted myths, but also had a range of interesting and insightful things to say.
It’s not everyday that you get the opportunity to go to a learning conference with your colleagues. I jumped at the chance when I was asked as they were going to receive an award for the best accessible eLearn course at LearnX.
As it was in Sydney, a city I don’t like to visit often, it was more like an adventure for me. I like to see what other companies are doing in learning and development as well as meet more of my personal learning network – maybe even win an iPad mini too.
This year’s LearnX conference seemed smaller than the one in Melbourne last year. Sometimes I go to these expecting huge turn outs much like DevLearn and I’m slightly disappointed. I have to remind myself that our market is a lot smaller.
Our first guest speaker was Dr Gary Renker who spoke about the evolution of coaching…
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