An eLearning Conference Announcement

Here’s an announcement of a conference early in 2013. 
The E-Learning Council and MicroAssist are proud to announce the E-Learning Symposium 2013  to be held at the Trevisio Conference Center in Houston on February 5, 2013.  The E-Learning Symposium 2013 is an interactive conference designed to help professionals and key decision makers learn more about E-Learning as it is used in a variety of industries.  This event is essential for professionals who manage and design web-based education programs in healthcare, energy, government, higher education, and other corporate settings.

Early Registration is now OPEN – Save $170!   Don’t miss out!  ASTD San Antonio members please use ASTDSA for additional discount off of Early Registration which expires on January 5, 2013 as well as Regular Registration.

Agenda includes:

·         Debbie Richards, Creative Interactive Ideas : From Storytelling to Immersive Simulation
·         Linda Warren CPLP, MicroAssist: What Makes Good Public Facing Training
·         Corinne Weisgerber, St. Edwards University: Trainers as Curators of Ideas: A New Metaphor for the Digital Age
·         Curt Steinhorst : Crossing the Generational Divide: Unlocking the Power of Generations for Your Strategic Advantage
·         Madhuri Kumar, GE Oil and Gas: Panel Discussion: Aligning E-Learning Strategy with Business Strategy

Happy Hour starts at 4:30pm – a great way to network with industry experts from Texas and beyond!

For a more in-depth look on the speakers and their presentations, visit the conference website.

Separate workshops* on February 6th   include:
·         mLearning Design – Transitioning from eLearning to mLearning
·         Introduction to Storyline
·         Guide to Recording great Audio for your E-Learning and Podcasts
·         Accessible Captivate

*There is a separate fee for the workshops.  However, you do NOT have to attend the Symposium in order to attend the workshops.

MicroAssist is a member of Austin ASTD and a founding member of the E-Learning Council.

 

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