Jun 7, 2012

E-Learning Symposium 2012 Austin

This year, E-Learning Symposium introduces afternoon management sessions. These high level and high value sessions are designed for talent performance professionals who make daily learning decisions within their organizations.
The management track includes a roundtable discussion of corporate and organizational learning cultures and how the landscape is changing.  Participant input and facilitator vision will be provided.
Individuals who drive corporate learning strategies and align their employees with organizational business goals will benefit from this higher level track. 
Shana Storey
Transiting Thinking from Skill Based to Role Based*

Barbara Matthews
Assuring Success in System Implementation
Sanjay Nasta, Marcus Turner
A Road Map to Mobile Learning
Alex Turkovic
Case Study: How Dell is Building and Implementing Mobile Learning

David Anderson
Practical Tips for Building Effective and Interactive eLearning
Kevin Gumienny
Comic Books and eLearning

Ian MacNeil
In, At, and Away - eLearning as a Strategic Knowledge Lever*

John Gillis

Workshops will be held at MicroAssist in their training facilities:

Planning and Managing an E-Learning Project
 MicroAssist E-Learning Team

Webinar Training - Avoiding the Snooze Factor
Linda Warren

Recording Audio for E-Learning and Podcasts
Alex Turkovic

Getting Started with Articulate StoryLine
David Anderson

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