This Wednesday I’ll be keynoting The International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace.

ICELW 2011 will be held from June 8-10 at Columbia University in New York. To register for the in-person conference, go here. More information is here. If New York in the summertime is not your cup of tea, you can take part online. Sessions will be recorded, too.

Compared to most conferences, ICELW is a deal. Registration is a measly $395. The focus is right, too: where we’re headed rather than where we’ve been.

Here’s what I said I’d talk about:

    “Why eLearning Is No Longer Enough in Today’s Workplace”

    eLearning was state-of-the-art when it first appeared on the scene in 1998. Our speaker was the first to use the term eLearning on the web and headed the prestigious eLearning Forum. Now he feels the twenty-first century has rendered the term obsolete. Join us to discuss how work, learning, and the environment have changed and what the future holds.

That description leaves a lot of wiggle room. I’ll assemble my presentation next week.

Is there anything in particular you’d like me to address? If so, email me or leave a comment below.