Enterprise eLearning Forum

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eLF Announcements Monday, June 2, 2003

On June 13, the eLearning forum is putting every major innovator in Enterprise learning in one room.

You don't want to miss this one.

Join the thought leaders of real-time enterprise learning for a discussion of:
- Learning as a core business process
- The shift from ROI to Key Performance Indicators
- The appropriate and likely roles of LMS, ERP, & CRM
- How enterprise learning will evolve in the next 24 months
- Findings of recent research on learning technology

You must pre-pay online, with a major credit card, for this event (http://tinyurl.com/db0o). This event will sell out, so please make sure you register early.

The eLearning Forum takes place from 8:45am - noon, when lunch will be served. Microsoft is hosting the event for the second month in a row - directions.

This month, we are also offering a bonus session that goes until 2:30pm. Take the whole day off!

For further details and Webex conferencing details (to be posted shortly), please check out the eLF web site.

Please note that you must pre-pay online for the June 13 eLearning Forum.

Do it here.

Click2learn, Docent, Element K, IBM, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Plateau, Saba, SAP, Siebel, Thinq, VCampus, and a couple of others will be attending. How about you?
Posted by Jay Cross at June 3, 2003 06:43 PM | TrackBack

You mean every major innovator in the field is located in California? That seems a bit much to swallow...

Posted by: Stephen Downes at June 3, 2003 07:06 PM

Stephen, no, some people are flying in. There may even be some Canadian technology lurking under someone's hood.

My God, you're fast. I am still editing this post. I love your Edu_RSS feed, by the way.

Posted by: Jay Cross at June 3, 2003 07:31 PM

1 week out from the event and I do not see the WebEx information. Will that be posted in the next couple of days?

Posted by: Craig at June 5, 2003 08:13 AM

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Berkeley, California 94708

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