Alex Mackman, Technical Director at Agylia, will feature as a panel member to discuss Technology Dependent Learning: The Future for Learners and Teachers at Unlocking the Future of Higher Education at King’s College London.
Organised by King’s Online, King’s College London, Unlocking the Future of Higher Education will take place on the 24th April 2017.
During the event, university and industry leaders from around the world will look at the role of digital learning in the future of higher education. The event will also consider how collaborations and partnerships between universities and private sector organisations can embrace and harness digital learning to provide services for learners and society.
Alex Mackman, Technical Director at Agylia said, “In today’s connected and global age, technology dependent learning is an important and interesting topic – one that will have a big impact on the future of higher education and work-based learning. I look forward to joining the discussion panel to examine what opportunities modern learning technologies, such as mobile learning, microlearning, and adaptive learning can bring to universities, and private sector organisations.”
The Agylia Learning Management System provides universities and organisations with a platform to enhance engagement and collaboration with the digital learning programmes they deliver. With the range of Agylia mobile learning Apps - for iOS and Android devices - learners can download the digital learning and performance support materials they need, ready for access at the point of need on their own mobile devices – even while offline.
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