New Webinar: How the Evolving eLearning Landscape is Creating New Opportunities for Education and Training

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November 4, 2015

webinar_elearningToday we announced a new webinar on how the evolving eLearning landscape is requiring a fresh look at the way educational content is being creating and delivered by both higher education and enterprise.

We’re especially excited about this one—register today! The webinar will take place November 10 at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET.

What makes this webinar unique is its focus on how new technologies and trends are driving a convergence in higher ed and corporate eLearning that necessitates a shared best practices framework that can be leveraged by both educators and corporate trainers to drive deeper and more effective learning.

Sean Morrison, Adobe Product Lead at ConnectSolutions, and David Kokorowski, Head of eLearning Product at Pearson Education, will lead the discussion, covering the following points and more:

  • How segregated forms of content creation and delivery, learning management systems, and analytics are evolving to bring together the educational and corporate training ecosystems;
  • How the cloud, Big Data, Massive Open Online Courses, BYOD, and monetization is driving new opportunities for successful learning in both the higher ed and corporate environments;
  • How new eLearning platforms, personalization, gamification, marketing-like capabilities, collaborative learning, on-demand delivery, and integration of social media are making online education and training more powerful than ever;
  • How businesses can help workers adopt a more pupil-like attitude toward training and how universities can extend their brick-and-mortar brands to the online arena.

For more and to register for this must-attend eLearning and corporate training webinar, please click here.

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