Martin Baker will be leading the debate about the potential to deliver eLearning via Facebook, on Thursday 26 January at the Learning & Skills exhibition, London Olympia. Martin is looking forward to some lively discussion in this session, which takes place in seminar theatre 6 at 12.15.
The idea grew from his work with both charities and corporates, who are looking for economical but effective solutions to L&D. In the eternal quest for ‘engagement’
Please join this exciting debate on the future face of eLearning!
And come and say hello at the exhibition: The Charity Learning Consortium will be exhibiting at stand number 210 on the Learning & Skills floor; The Corporate eLearning Consortium will be launched at stand number 31 at Learning Technologies.
About Martin Baker:
Martin Baker has been involved in eLearning for more than 20 years and is passionate about the benefits of collaborative working. He is the founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium – the largest group of UK based charities collaborating to make eLearning affordable. He is also the MD of the newly formed Corporate eLearning Consortium – bringing the benefits of collaborative working to the corporate world. Martin is regarded as being one of the top ten most influential people in eLearning in the UK and works to raise the profile of the industry, regularly contributing to publications and presenting at conferences. He is a founding ambassador to the highly regarded learning technologies benchmarking organisation Towards Maturity, is an ambassador for LINGOs and sits on the eLearning Network board.
What you need to know:
Debate: Could Facebook be the saviour of L&D?
Time: 12:15 - 12:45
Date: Thursday 26th January 2012
Where: Theatre 6, Learning & Skills exhibition, Olympia London
Note to editors: Unable to make the debate, but would like to find out more about Martin’s vision for accessing eLearning via Facebook, then please get in touch email: email@example.com
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The Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) enables cost effective eLearning in the Third Sector making online learning available to countless volunteers and well over 100,000 Third Sector staff. Find out more at www.charitylearning.org