e-Merging e-Learning

If you happen to be in Abu Dhabi in mid-September, drop by the e-Merging e-Learning Conference.

I'll be speaking, along with Curt Bonk, Richard Straub, and some interesting-sounding characters I have yet to meet. This will be my first trip to the Middle East. Any advice?


Posted by Jay Cross at April 19, 2004 02:12 PM | TrackBack
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Well, Jay, I happen to live in the Middle East and this conference looks fascinating indeed. I sent an e-mail to the organizers asking to participate and lets hope this can bring people(as pure people) together. TY!

Posted by: Meir Navon at April 20, 2004 12:42 AM

Meir, proof once more that our planet is a small blue dot. I'd love to meet you at the conference. Shalom.

Posted by: Jay Cross at April 20, 2004 07:46 PM

Hi Jay,
Since writing to you on April, 20 I've been trying to contact the conference's organizers, but so far they have ignored me!
It's very sad that an academic organization can't rise itself above the current political problems and maybe try and build a bridge between people.
Maybe you could help me out with the organizers? I just want to attend (and maybe present at the event)!!
Hopefully,
Meir Navon

Posted by: Meir Navon at May 12, 2004 01:48 AM

good luck

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