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iLearning Forum Conference 2007

iLearning Forum Conference

Overview

The Paris iLearning Forum International Conference 2007 will take place over two days from 09:30 to 17:30 at the Palais des Congrès de Paris, level 3, in conjunction with the international iLearning Forum Paris Exhibition. The conference is in English and French and costs 500 euros for the two days, including deluxe lunches, coffee and tea breaks, CD-ROM of proceedings, the European iLearning buyer’s guide, delegate pack and expert workshops.

Who should attend?
  • Human Resource Directors
  • IT directors
  • Training and Education Directors
  • Consultants and project managers
  • eLearning specialists and instructional designers
  • Systems integration specialists, multimedia developers
  • Performance and competence management specialists
  • Teachers, trainers and coaches
  • End-User support managers and call center managers
  • Heads of schools and colleges, curricula managers
  • Chambers of Commerce, local and regional authorities and NGO’s
Conference Partners:
 
www.INFOBOURG.com
www.FING.org
ALT
GARF


Conference Programme Outline
 
The main theme for 2007 is 21st Century Learning
Five main themes are proposed, in English and French:
  • eStrategy and the Learning Organisation – informal learning, social networks for learning, knowledge management, competence development and management, talent management, collaborative learning.
  • Regions and eLearning – regional portals, digital working environments, learning regions and territories, knowledge economies in Europe, private-public partnerships, regional centres of excellence. 
  • ePortfolio – jobs and employment,qualificationtransparency, worker mobility, Europass, validity of acquired competences and work experience, lifelong professional development.
  • eQuality – Information technology in support of quality in Learning, certification, innovation and excellence.  
  • Advanced Learning Technologies - -serious gaming, mobile learning, Web 2.0, personal on-demand learning space, interoperability
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