Join us for the Learning Lounge 2019
Fourth fantastic year.
Bigger and better.
Theme for 2019
A look around the corner
In its fourth fantastic year, the Learning Lounge is now an established fringe event running alongside the Learning Technologies Exhibition & Conference, happening this year at ExCel.
You'll hear breaking news of technologies that are being used right now to help people make their lives better through learning, and those just about to hit the mainstream.
You'll have valuable conversations with peers, experts and tech entrepreneurs in an unpressured environment.
You'll get hands on with emerging technologies, and touch the near future of Learning.
Relax, refresh, recharge at the Learning Lounge 2019.
Hear panel sessions with the thinkers, makers and entrepreneurs who are creating the future of learning, and personal war stories from your peers who have led and bled.
Themes: Voice, The Learning Brain, Design Thinking, Digital Transformation, Trust.
Director, Hildrey Studio
Peter Manniche Riber
Host, VUX World Podcast
Google Developer Expert, CIO DMod Labs
Dr. Jamie Brassett
Course Leader, Central Saint Martins
Director of Learning and Development, Sodexo
Dr. Ali Asadipour
Assistant Professor (teaching), WMG, University of Warwick
Royal Victoria Dock
London E16 1GB
How to find us
Learning Lounge 2018
We caught up with our guests to see what they thought about Learning Lounge 2018. Watch the short video and find out what some of them said!
"All I can say is WOW ... you guys put a lot of thought into the speakers and sessions ... All got so much from it ... priortised as a must do for next year!"
Lounge Talks 2018
Catch up on some of the talks from this year's event:
- Robin Scott from Make Real: New realities for the learner experience, how and when to use VR, AR and MR
- Emily Hall-Strutt from Ministry of Justice: Diversity & inclusion in the new organisation
- Dr. Jodie Davies-Thompson, Swansea University: Neuroplasticity: the good, the bad, and the good again
- Peter Yarrow from Standard Life Aberdeen: Changing learner behaviour
- Panel discussion from Lumesse Learning: Bridging the digital gender divide