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Saturday, March 26, 2005

Innovations in eLearning Symposium


slide_gmuGeorge Mason University (GMU) in partnership with the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) is hosting a symposium on June 7-8, 2005 at the Fairfax, VA campus.

slide_dauThis event is ideal for: managers, learning officers, instructional and/or curriculum designers, learning consultants, instructors, researchers and training and development professionals from small to large size businesses, vocational schools, community colleges, colleges and universities, and government agencies and associations.

The symposium will cover the latest trends in e-Learning, knowledge management and workflow learning. Keynote speakers and presentations from experts in the field of e-Learning will share the cognitive tools, technology and best practices for the effective design, delivery and implementation of e-learning.

At the conference you'll find...

  • World-class speakers - You can look forward to our Keynote speakers Vice Admiral J. Kevin Moran, United States Navy, commander, Naval Education and Training Command. Dr. Etienne Wenger speaking on Learning in Communities: a Journey of the Self. And moi.

  • With more than 30 general sessions (five of them on workflow learning) to choose from, you're sure to find solutions to your e-Learning challenges.

  • Exhibits of the latest products and services.

  • You’ll enjoy Networking opportunities with your colleagues during breaks, lunches and at our opening night reception

Web Registration for this two day event is $150.00 prior to May 27, 2005 which includes parking, breaks, lunches and a reception on opening night. Fee is $175.00 at the conference site after May 27, 2005. (This is a steal.)

See the event website, program, and registration.

If you're in the DC area, please join us.


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