Enabling the Smart Enterprise Learning Conference Track

Enabling the Smart Enterprise Learning Conference Track

Corona, CA April 24, 2015– The Enterprise Learning! Conference 2015 (ELC15) has unveiled the conference line-up for the June 8-10, 2015 event in Manassas, VA. The ELC will feature four distinct conference tracks for beginners to experts that support the theme of ‘Building Smarter Organizations.’ They are: Learning Environments for the Next Generation; Smart Connected Things in Learning; Learning Analytics & Performance in the Big Data Age and The Learning! 100 Best Practices.

Smart Connected Things in Learning track focuses on Enabling the Smart Enterprise. Transformative Internet of Things (IoT) applications are proliferating at an exponential pace. Billions of smart devices are expected to be connected and continuously collect data about our lives and our world by 2020. ELC presenters will reveal how to best leverage these technologies for education, learning and training as well as challenging behavioral changes. They will articulate the potential, processes and outcomes relevant to IoT applications and how learning analytics will propel, shift and change e-learning design and delivery models.

The following sessions will be offered in the Smart Connected Things in Learning track:

>> Mobile Design Strategies
>> Learning through Smart Devices
>> Learning in the Cloud
>> Creating Great E-learning
>> The Video Learning Revolution
>> Education 2030
>> Next Generation Learning: Applied by the Learning! 100
>> Back to the Future of Learning: Top 10 Trends in 2015, Marty McFly Style
>> Trends in Mobile & Immersive Learning Environments
>> Micro-Learning Design and Systems for Learners-on-the-Go
>> Always On: Designing for Continuous Development
>> E-learning Localization Challenges and Best Practices
>> How GPS-enabled Mobile Technologies are Changing Learning

“Mobile learning options are expected in today’s workforce. It is the challenge of learning leaders to tap this distribution channel to drive front line performance as many organizations are embracing Mobile First practices, ” said Catherine Upton, ELC15 conference chair. “The mobile learning sessions will showcase real-world applications by public and private sectors. ELC attendees will learn first-hand how to weave these capabilities into an ever changing ecosystem.”

All sessions will take place June 8-10, 2015 at the Hylton Center in Manassas, VA. For more information visit www.elceshow.com .

 

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