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Digital Learning Trends in 2023: Focus on the EMEA region

What’s new in learning and development in 2023? A whole lot. The impact of the pandemic is not over, but L&D practitioners world-wide are embracing new technologies, and one in particular – Artificial Intelligence. L&D’s fascination with the promise of data, which seemed to have peaked in 2020, is back. 

In this webinar, Donald H. Taylor will look back over 10 years of the L&D Global Sentiment Survey to put the results for 2023 in context. He will join Mehdi Tounsi, Senior Regional Director EMEA at OpenSesame to discuss the key themes in L&D that emerged from his survey, answered by over 4,000 people world-wide. 

During this interactive session, they will examine regional differences across EMEA, focusing on the differences between 10 representative countries and what their approaches to the survey tell about the concerns and interests that separate them, and those that they have in common.

You will learn about:

  • Technology’s return as a dominant theme in L&D’s thinking

  • The challenges we’re facing across the world

  • Persistent differences across geographies, and where they come from

  • How L&D seems easily distracted by online chatter

  • The five year bounce – how some ideas return, and others don’t

Donald H. Taylor I Chair, Learning Technologies Conference

Donald H. Taylor has worked in learning and technology since the mid-1980s. He has chaired the Learning Technologies Conference in London since 2000 and writes and speaks world-wide about Learning and Development (L&D). His annual L&D Global Sentiment Survey, started in 2014, provides a unique perspective on L&D trends from over 100 countries. From 2010 to 2021, he chaired the Learning and Performance Institute. He chairs the Workforce Development board for VC firm Emerge Education, and advises several EdTech start-ups. The author of Learning Technologies in the Workplace, Donald is a graduate of Oxford University and the recipient of an honorary doctorate from London’s Middlesex University.