You can check out a quick overview of the conference in this video created by the host of the conference (and the co-author of the Learning in 3D book) Tony O'Driscoll.
For text-based learners, here is a description from the conference web-site.
3D Training, Learning and Collaboration (3D TLC) taking place April 20-21, 2009 in Washington, DC, is the leading event for businesses seeking to understand and maximize business strategies using virtual worlds. 3D virtual worlds have broad implications for business not the least of which is cost savings and energy conservation. Companies who are using 3D environments can also strengthen their communication internally with employees and externally with customers and business partners. 3D TLC takes place at the Kellogg Conference Hotel located on the historic, gated campus of Gallaudet University.
The 3D Training, Learning and Collaboration conference focuses on best practices for large-scale enterprises adopting 3D virtual worlds for such efforts.
Topics range from the general use of virtual worlds in the workplace to specific examples of applications for e-Learning, onboarding, sales training, collaboration, meetings, and more. Attendees will hear valuable insight, information, and best practices about what innovators and early adopter organizations are doing right now, including what works and why.
Hope to see you there!
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