Elearning! Media Group Renews Partnership

Elearning! Media Group (E.M.G.) has renewed its partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Technical Information Service (N.T.I.S.). The two parties will co-sponsor the Enterprise Learning! Summit’s Government Conference on March 20-21 in Alexandria, Va.

“Together, we serve public sector organizations driven to deliver high performance in a very challenging business environment,” reports Catherine Upton, CEO and group publisher of Elearning! Media Group.

In response to a growing marketplace, the Enterprise Learning! Summit (E.L.S.) 2012 has expanded to two days and three tracks: N.T.I.S.’s Government Learning! Conference, Enterprise Learning Conference, and Leadership Briefings.

Elizabeth Shaw, e-learning director for the N.T.I.S., says, “This is the fifth N.T.I.S. Learning Symposium we have hosted. We selected Elearning! Media Group as our conference partner because they have served the public and private learning sector for more than 10 years. Their last five Summits captured large government audiences, and we believe together, we can efficiently serve the information needs of this growing sector.”

The N.T.I.S. Government Learning! Conference features speakers from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, and Firearms, Defense Acquisition University, Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Office of Personnel Management and many others. The Learning! 100 award-winning organizations are also featured in the conference and honored at the Learning! 100 Awards Dinner and Reception on March 20. Attendees will learn, share and network with America’s top learning organizations across two packed conferences days.

The event Opening Keynotes titled, “Enterprise 2020: Thriving in the Net-Work Era” featuring Jay Cross, Nick van Dam and Karie Willyerd. All three are industry thought-leaders, authors, and are learning leaders in their own organizations. U.S. Navy Capt. Dave Carey, former Director of the U.S. Navy Leadership & Training School, will close the event with “Courage to Lead,” based on his experience as a P.O.W. for five-and-a-half years.

E.L.S. will also feature key research from three analyst groups. Bersin & Associates’ David Mallon will discuss “Best Practices of High Impact Organizations.” Aberdeen Group’s Mollie Lombardi will share “Best in Class Learning & Development Study.” Collaborative Strategies’, David Coleman will host “How to Elevate Your (Enterprise) Collaboration Intelligence.

Registration is now open, and early-bird rates apply. To save up to $500 on E.L.S. 2012, register today at www.els.2elearning.com. E.L.S. 2012 is also available virtually, for those with limited time or travel budgets. Two E.L.S. Virtual Pass options are available with rates starting from $0 to $199.

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, phone (888)201-2841 x842 or e-mail sales@2elearning.com. Due to the leadership conference nature of this event, onsite sponsorship opportunities are very limited, so act now.

Elearning! Media Group (E.M.G.) has renewed its partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Technical Information Service (N.T.I.S.). The two parties will co-sponsor the Enterprise Learning! Summit’s Government Conference on March 20-21 in Alexandria, Va.

“Together, we serve public sector organizations driven to deliver high performance in a very challenging business environment,” reports Catherine Upton, CEO and group publisher of Elearning! Media Group.

In response to a growing marketplace, the Enterprise Learning! Summit (E.L.S.) 2012 has expanded to two days and three tracks: N.T.I.S.’s Government Learning! Conference, Enterprise Learning Conference, and Leadership Briefings.

Elizabeth Shaw, e-learning director for the N.T.I.S., says, “This is the fifth N.T.I.S. Learning Symposium we have hosted. We selected Elearning! Media Group as our conference partner because they have served the public and private learning sector for more than 10 years. Their last five Summits captured large government audiences, and we believe together, we can efficiently serve the information needs of this growing sector.”

The N.T.I.S. Government Learning! Conference features speakers from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, and Firearms, Defense Acquisition University, Department of Veterans Affairs, U.S. Office of Personnel Management and many others. The Learning! 100 award-winning organizations are also featured in the conference and honored at the Learning! 100 Awards Dinner and Reception on March 20. Attendees will learn, share and network with America’s top learning organizations across two packed conferences days.

The event Opening Keynotes titled, “Enterprise 2020: Thriving in the Net-Work Era” featuring Jay Cross, Nick van Dam and Karie Willyerd. All three are industry thought-leaders, authors, and are learning leaders in their own organizations. U.S. Navy Capt. Dave Carey, former Director of the U.S. Navy Leadership & Training School, will close the event with “Courage to Lead,” based on his experience as a P.O.W. for five-and-a-half years.

E.L.S. will also feature key research from three analyst groups. Bersin & Associates’ David Mallon will discuss “Best Practices of High Impact Organizations.” Aberdeen Group’s Mollie Lombardi will share “Best in Class Learning & Development Study.” Collaborative Strategies’, David Coleman will host “How to Elevate Your (Enterprise) Collaboration Intelligence.

Registration is now open, and early-bird rates apply. To save up to $500 on E.L.S. 2012, register today at www.els.2elearning.com. E.L.S. 2012 is also available virtually, for those with limited time or travel budgets. Two E.L.S. Virtual Pass options are available with rates starting from $0 to $199.

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, phone (888)201-2841 x842 or e-mail sales@2elearning.com. Due to the leadership conference nature of this event, onsite sponsorship opportunities are very limited, so act now.

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