Learning Leadership Summit: Re-Thinking Education & Learning Technologies

Enterprise Learning! Conference and Expo (ELCE), the leading learning and workplace technology event, presents the Learning Leadership Summit (LLS). The Learning Leadership Summit will offer senior learning executives in the public and private sectors an exclusive opportunity for in-depth discussions and insights into the latest education and learning technology trends.  The Summit will take place during the ELCE event, on September 28-29, 2011, at the Anaheim Hilton in Anaheim, CA.

ELCE Conference Chairman, Joe DiDonato explains, “The rate of introduction of new learning technologies has more than doubled in the past year.  We’re seeing unprecedented amounts of new developments in the LMS, mobile, virtual, and social networking segments.” He went on to add that the LLS is specifically geared to the CLO-level attendee and what they need to know to stay current with the newest learning technologies and trends.

The Learning Leadership Summit features thirteen educational sessions, roundtable discussions and after-the-session “meet and greets” with the speakers and panelists.  The Summit spotlights learning industry leaders, as well as new thought leaders such as Sal Khan, Dr. Michael Winston, and John Hunter.  Panelists include chief learning executives and CEO’s from both the public and private sectors, such as: the Defense Acquisition Academy, IBM, BlackBerry, Corporate University Xchange, Saba, SuccessFactors, and many more. 

Below is a sampling of the sessions planned:

·       What Trends Are Influencing Our Direction in Enterprise Education?

·       Re-Inventing our Education Future

·       The Best Use of New Learning Technologies

·       Failure at the Top

·       Learning Leadership Summit Roundtable Discussions

·       What Keeps You Up At Night?

·       How Would You Redesign Enterprise Education & Learning?

·       Learning CEOs Power Panel: Trends in Technology & Practices

·       The World Peace Game

DiDonato went on to say, “One of the dialogs that I look forward to the most is the “meet and greet” with the individuals on the Vendor CEO Power Panel.  I don’t think any conference has ever put a panel of top learning company CEO’s together in an open dialog.  This will give us an unprecedented opportunity to ask them where they think the industry is going from a both a learning technology standpoint, as well as what they’re seeing at their clients’ operations.”

For more details on the Learning Leadership Summit, please visit: http://www.elceshow.com/leadership_sum.cfm or listen to Joe DiDonato’s short video at: http://youtu.be/MQ9NLwcl7lw. 

Enterprise Learning! Conference and Expo (ELCE), the leading learning and workplace technology event, presents the Learning Leadership Summit (LLS). The Learning Leadership Summit will offer senior learning executives in the public and private sectors an exclusive opportunity for in-depth discussions and insights into the latest education and learning technology trends.  The Summit will take place during the ELCE event, on September 28-29, 2011, at the Anaheim Hilton in Anaheim, CA.

ELCE Conference Chairman, Joe DiDonato explains, “The rate of introduction of new learning technologies has more than doubled in the past year.  We’re seeing unprecedented amounts of new developments in the LMS, mobile, virtual, and social networking segments.” He went on to add that the LLS is specifically geared to the CLO-level attendee and what they need to know to stay current with the newest learning technologies and trends.

The Learning Leadership Summit features thirteen educational sessions, roundtable discussions and after-the-session “meet and greets” with the speakers and panelists.  The Summit spotlights learning industry leaders, as well as new thought leaders such as Sal Khan, Dr. Michael Winston, and John Hunter.  Panelists include chief learning executives and CEO’s from both the public and private sectors, such as: the Defense Acquisition Academy, IBM, BlackBerry, Corporate University Xchange, Saba, SuccessFactors, and many more. 

Below is a sampling of the sessions planned:

·       What Trends Are Influencing Our Direction in Enterprise Education?

·       Re-Inventing our Education Future

·       The Best Use of New Learning Technologies

·       Failure at the Top

·       Learning Leadership Summit Roundtable Discussions

·       What Keeps You Up At Night?

·       How Would You Redesign Enterprise Education & Learning?

·       Learning CEOs Power Panel: Trends in Technology & Practices

·       The World Peace Game

DiDonato went on to say, “One of the dialogs that I look forward to the most is the “meet and greet” with the individuals on the Vendor CEO Power Panel.  I don’t think any conference has ever put a panel of top learning company CEO’s together in an open dialog.  This will give us an unprecedented opportunity to ask them where they think the industry is going from a both a learning technology standpoint, as well as what they’re seeing at their clients’ operations.”

For more details on the Learning Leadership Summit, please visit: http://www.elceshow.com/leadership_sum.cfm or listen to Joe DiDonato’s short video at: http://youtu.be/MQ9NLwcl7lw. 

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