We’re excited to announce that MicroLearn will be going behind the scenes of our bite-sized movie The Adventures of Alan Dee at this year’s Learning Technologies Summer Forum Conference, at the Excel Centre, July 11th, on Stand 33.
Learning Technologies Summer Forum is designed to further develop the key learning themes from the Learning Technologies event. This free exhibition is your chance to see, hear and experience the best of the sessions, new technologies, demos and companies that you may have missed at the February event, as well as a host of new content that will be on show.
MicroLearn are going behind the scenes of our bite-sized movie The Adventures of Alan Dee, which we premiered at the Learning Technologies Exhibition in February. Click here to catch it again in full and follow Alan Dee as he tackles learner engagement challenges and secures that all elusive ROI!
Click here to watch our official teaser trailer for this year’s event!
What’s more, when you visit us at Stand 33, you can enter into our prize draw to be in for a chance to win a year’s worth of cinema tickets!*
And if that’s not enough…our Creative Director and Co-Founder, Ali Soper, will also be delivering a presentation in Seminar Theatre 5 at 3:15pm! See below for a summary of Ali’s seminar:
In the world of cinema, it’s essential to create real buzz around a new movie, pre-release to build anticipation, at the premiere to shine a spotlight on the film and after release to boost sales and sustain that all-important ‘hype’! We can use this tried and tested method in the world of L&D too! For learning strategies to be effective, we need to establish and sustain a thriving learning culture within the organisation through active promotion and endorsement of your learning initiatives to champion the benefits of life-long learning pre-, during and post-launch. By using some simple marketing techniques, we can boost uptake and usage, with targeted and personalised campaigns to encourage your employees to explore the learning resources and showcase their own development!