Enterprise Learning! Conference ENCORE Opens December 8th

The Enterprise Learning! Conference (ELCE) will host new live Best of Elearning! sessions, ten ENCORE sessions and a new interactive Collaboration Room on December 8th, 2011. The live virtual event will open from 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM PT and executives can attend free by registering at www.elceshow.com.

ELCE Encore offers the online advantage to attendees who might not otherwise be able to attend an onsite event.  Seventy-two percent (72%) of executives report they were unable to attend a physical event because of budget or time constraints; yet, 100% would attend a virtual option if offered, according to Elearning! Magazine Survey.

The December 8th live virtual event features four Best of Elearning! sessions showcasing the best in class solutions from learning management, engagement tools to virtual learning environments. The General Session titled ‘Social Media in the Workforce’ reveals how to construct an effective social media enterprise strategy. Ten ENCORE sessions from ELCE Fall 2011 are also accessible to registered attendees.

“Some of the best ideas are those shared between attendees at our events. The more attendee engagement we have within the virtual event community, the more satisfying it will be. We are committed to increasing the engagement and accessibility of the conference content to executives anywhere, “summaries Upton 

The new Collaboration Room has expanded from text chat forums to live virtual classroom where featured speakers can dialogue with attendees in an open forum. Every 30 minutes the Collaboration Room will spotlight a hot topic offering attendees an “un-conference” feel to the event. Attendees can also engage in Tweet Chats inside of each session, chat with each other and query speakers in real time.  (Tweet hash tag #ELCE)  Plus, the new Skype integration allows all to video chat with each other, exhibitors and speakers.

“Our community thrives on collaboration as noted by the high level of interactions within our virtual events from social media sharing, speaker chats and session Q&As. The Collaboration Room will add that next level of live engagement executives expect in today’s virtual experience,” reports Catherine Upton, Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group. “

The Enterprise Learning! Conference (ELCE) will host new live Best of Elearning! sessions, ten ENCORE sessions and a new interactive Collaboration Room on December 8th, 2011. The live virtual event will open from 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM PT and executives can attend free by registering at www.elceshow.com.

ELCE Encore offers the online advantage to attendees who might not otherwise be able to attend an onsite event.  Seventy-two percent (72%) of executives report they were unable to attend a physical event because of budget or time constraints; yet, 100% would attend a virtual option if offered, according to Elearning! Magazine Survey.

The December 8th live virtual event features four Best of Elearning! sessions showcasing the best in class solutions from learning management, engagement tools to virtual learning environments. The General Session titled ‘Social Media in the Workforce’ reveals how to construct an effective social media enterprise strategy. Ten ENCORE sessions from ELCE Fall 2011 are also accessible to registered attendees.

“Some of the best ideas are those shared between attendees at our events. The more attendee engagement we have within the virtual event community, the more satisfying it will be. We are committed to increasing the engagement and accessibility of the conference content to executives anywhere, “summaries Upton 

The new Collaboration Room has expanded from text chat forums to live virtual classroom where featured speakers can dialogue with attendees in an open forum. Every 30 minutes the Collaboration Room will spotlight a hot topic offering attendees an “un-conference” feel to the event. Attendees can also engage in Tweet Chats inside of each session, chat with each other and query speakers in real time.  (Tweet hash tag #ELCE)  Plus, the new Skype integration allows all to video chat with each other, exhibitors and speakers.

“Our community thrives on collaboration as noted by the high level of interactions within our virtual events from social media sharing, speaker chats and session Q&As. The Collaboration Room will add that next level of live engagement executives expect in today’s virtual experience,” reports Catherine Upton, Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group. “

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