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Join us on Wednesday, December 4th at 11 am PST for a lively discussion of collaborative technologies and tools that enable corporations to better communicate missions, messages and educational initiatives to large and diverse workforces.
Presented by Chief Learning Officer magazine, the panel discussion will feature a group of experts talking about the tools available to help companies maximize their technology investments and reap results from workforce learning and development programs. Moderated by industry expert Curt Bonk, the Chief Learning Officer panel includes Cushing Anderson, IDC and John Grubbs, Documentum. This interactive discussion will help you discover what you really need to know in order to make collaborative tools a successful part of your eLearning solution and provide sage advice that will help corporate education and personnel executives make the choices that will best help move their businesses forward.
You will hear from companies who have done it right and get the chance to offer your successes and failures with collaborative tools. Learn from the experts. See real-world examples of collaboration working in an eLearning environment at Documentum. Hear about all the tools available to you and what you should look for in making the right decisions. And what is the future of collaboration… how will it impact everyone. Join us online and discover for yourself.
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University
Curt Bonk is a former CPA and corporate controller who received his master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin. He is now an associate professor of Educational Psychology as well as Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University. He is a core member of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology at IU and a Senior Research Fellow with the Army Research Institute.
He received the Burton Gorman teaching award in 1999, the Wilbert Hites Mentoring Award in 2000, the “CyberStar” award from the Indiana Information Technology Association in 2002, and is in demand as a conference keynote speaker. He is President and Founder of CourseShare.com. You may contact Curt Bonk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Director, Learning Services Research, IDC
Cushing Anderson is the program director in IDC’s Learning Services Research covering both Corporate eLearning and IT Education and Training Services research programs. In this capacity, Mr. Anderson manages research focused on the growing education services marketplace.
Mr. Anderson conducts research across the U.S. education and training industry, focusing on national and regional companies who provide Internet-based training services as a strategic business and has extensively researched the demand for corporate education and training services spanning content, services, and delivery solutions. Focusing on the link between strategic business planning and corporate training programs, Mr. Anderson monitors U.S. training market growth and opportunities, evaluates end-user requirements, advises service providers on strategies, and helps corporations make investment decisions.
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