EARLY REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2015 ONLINE LEARNING CONFERENCE! THE CONFERENCE BROCHURE WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER APRIL 15th...STAY TUNED!
GET MOBILE. USE GAMES. BE SOCIAL. DRIVE ENGAGEMENT.
Training magazine’s 2015 Online Learning Conference is designed for training and learning professionals who want to leverage the latest in eLearning tools, virtual classrooms, games for learning, simulations, mobile, social media, and other emerging technologies to improve human performance in the workplace. Participants get the theories, the practical how-to’s, and hear from companies leading the charge in the use of technologies of the future.You’ll learn strategies and best practices for designing, deploying, and managing effective learning technologies.
We’re walking the talk and flipping much of 2015 Online Learning Conference! You’ll start online in an exclusive online community group where you’ll access content, discussions, webinars and courses. In Denver, you’ll roll up your sleeves and dig in via in-depth certificate programs, hands-on clinics, breakout sessions, a special Maker Faire track, a special co-located event from Allen Interactions, The Allen Experience, and more!
Training magazine's 2014 Online Learning Conference testimonials:
"The Online Learning 2014 Conference was a remarkable experience. Not only did it offer an opportunity to network with others who share my passion for education, but the conference also provided a plethora of learning opportunities. From Keynote Speakers to Breakout Sessions, there really was something for everyone!"
- Samantha (Duke) Gruber, HR Regional Trainer, Independent Bank
"This is a Must attend Conference for all Learning Professionals. There is no better place to have fun learning, networking, and improving your skillset...than Training magazine's Online Learning Conference!"
- John Alexander, Sr. Training Consultant, Travelers Insurance
"As a Manager of eLearning, I highly recommend the Online Learning Conference to anyone in the field of training and development. The conference was a great experience not just because of the networking and knowledge sharing opportunities, but it challenged me to reexamine and possibly reinvent the way I design and develop training."
- Nia Smith, Manager of eLearning, Collegis
"I get so bogged down in my day to day it was nice to be among peers, colleagues and experts in the field to really sit back and think about where we want our learning organization to be tomorrow, next year and so on."
- Kathy Irish, Instructional Design, ej4
"Time and money well spent! I came away with great tools and directions to move my department forward."
- Jacqueline Napier, Manager of Talent & Development, Saint Anthony Hospital