The world of continuing education and professional development has changed dramatically in the past few years. To meet member needs and stay out in front of the competition, you need to arm yourself with real data targeted to help you grow your programs.
Association Learning + Technology provides the most comprehensive insights currently available on the use of technology to enhance and enable education in the association sector. It is designed for association leaders who want to be fully informed as they make strategic decisions about launching or growing new education initiatives.
The report is based on a survey of membership organizations. In addition to providing essential data and analysis, the report’s authors, Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele offer valuable predictions as well as a range of questions to help organizations with setting strategy.
With recent versions, we have started making this report available at no charge to anyone who subscribes to the Tagoras Leading Learning monthly e-newsletter (also free). To get the 2016 version of Association Learning + Technology, use the button below to sign up for the newsletter. It’s free and of high value, and you’ll also get other great reports and white papers. To subscribe, simply click the button below an then look for a welcome e-mail in your inbox.
We are grateful to YM Learning (formerly Digital Ignite) for sponsoring the report and thus making it possible for us to offer it for free.
Do You Know About Learning • Technology • Design?
Learning • Technology • Design™ (LTD) is a learning experience designed specifically for professionals in the business of continuing education and professional development. The goal of the event is to help attendees find new and better ways to engage learners and create lasting impact through the effective use of technology. To find out more, visit the event Web site.
How About the Leading Learning Symposium?
The Leading Learning Symposium is an annual event designed for leaders at the director level and above in organizations that focus on lifelong learning either as their main business or as a major line of business. It’s goal is to help organizations navigate the rapidly evolving market for lifelong learning and dramatically boost the reach, revenue, and impact of their continuing education and professional development businesses. The 2016 Leading Learning Symposium will be held in Baltimore on October 24 and 25. To find out more, visit the event Web site.