Like all organizations, Training magazine has been tracking the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation daily, and we have important news to share.
Given the uncertainties we face in the coming months, the collective time it will take our organizations to re-board, and, most importantly, the health and safety of conference participants, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person TechLearn 2020 Conference in Austin.
We recognize the impact this decision will have on participants, sponsors, and presenters. However, a successful October conference requires many decisions to be made months in advance, and there are simply too many unknowns to reliably host a safe conference this fall.
Now, for some good news!
The TechLearn 2020 Digital Edition, featuring GamiCon, will take place in a series of online events from July to December. Find out more information about webinars, gamification of learning design playshops, and an in-depth gamification certificate program.
In addition, check out these on-going opportunities to develop yourself and your team:
- Our Training Magazine Network continues to offer excellent, free webinars focused on technology-enabled learning, deepening your virtual presentation skills, improving eLearning design, and more. Register today for upcoming webinars and listen to recordings of past ones.
- Our Training Live+Online Certificate Programs happen in a classroom setting via live webcasts. Learn from experts about the best tools and techniques for designing and delivering training virtually. See all 2020 courses and register early — space is limited..
- Planning is underway for a fabulous Training 2021 Conference & Expo in Orlando, February 22-24, 2021, which will include GamiCon, and a special TechLearn focus.
- And, TechLearn will be back in person and better than ever in 2021. It will be held September 28-30, 2021, in New Orleans. Please join the mailing list to be notified when registration opens.
Our rallying cry has always been “Training matters!” As we all learn to operate in a new kind of uncertain reality — where training continues to matter more and more each day — please stay safe. And do stay in touch. (And wear a mask — please!)