|E-Learning Symposium 2010--Houston|
October 27, 2010
E-Learning Symposium Austin was a tremendous success. In fact, we sold out a month before the event. There was a significant demand from our peers in Houston to bring this event to Houston. We have scheduled E-Learning Symposium 2010 Houston for October 27, 2010
E-Learning Symposium 2010 (hashtag #ELS2010) is a unique interactive conference designed to help professionals and key decision makers learn how to execute E-Learning programs within their own organizations. This event is essential for professionals who manage and design online education programs in healthcare, government, higher education, and corporate settings.
E-Learning Symposium 2010 is open to anyone and will be of specific benefit to:
- Chief Learning Officers
- Senior Directors
- Program Managers
- Directors of Human Resources (HR)
- Directors of Training
- Training Professionals
Attending the E-Learning Symposium provides you with an excellent opportunity to learn from key industry professionals in the E-Learning community. You will take away important insights on successful E-Learning delivery, job-focused curriculum development and fundamental instructor and student preparation for the E-Learning environment. Plus, you will have an opportunity to connect deeper with symposium speakers at the "lunch with a speaker" session during lunch.
Agenda topics cover an end-to-end spectrum of processes and technology as they are being applied to E-Learning and distance learning projects. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with key influencers and implementation specialists from successful E-Learning projects throughout Texas and beyond.
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