Is Twitter or, even, the iPad a viable learning technology? What's real, what's buzz?
Register today for our 5th annual users conference – "Learn & Know 2010," and you'll see the elearning industry's top bloggers break through the buzz and sift fact from fad when it comes to learning technology. If you've registered for our conference, this is your chance to sign up a colleague for "Learn & Know 2010," which runs from April 20 – 21, 2010, at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Va.
Our Buzz-Breaker panel of elearning pros will give you their best insights about what defines learning technology, and what it's really capable of. Don't miss this one-hour session packed with viewpoints and sage advice that'll make you a learning technology buzz-breaker, too.
Who are the Buzz Breakers?
Susan Smith Nash blogs for the "E-learning Queen" as well as elearners.com. Her most recent books include "Moodle 1.9 Teaching Techniques" and the "E-Learner Survival Guide."
Karl Kapp is a professor of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University; you'll find his musings at the elearning blog "Kapp Notes." He's co-author of the newly released book "Learning in 3D," and the widely popular book "Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning."
Bower blogs at "Learning Leaders Forum." Mark has over 20 years of experience as a learning management executive and consultant for companies like IBM. He writes about learning and performance management solutions when he's not solving his clients' workforce challenges.
- An in-depth, first-look at the latest technology behind Meridian Global LMS.
- A tour of the latest editions to the Meridian Virtual Library (over 15,000 titles!).
- Customer case studies presented by your peers. Our customers will highlight how they have creatively solved top training and business challenges during the past year.