Online Educa conference, Berlin

September 20, 2006

Brussels, 19 Sep 2006

On 29 November to 1 December 2006 the Online Educa conference will take place in the German capital, Berlin. This annual event is the largest gathering of e-learning and distance education professionals in Europe and is a key networking venue for strategists and practitioners from all over the world. Delegates are high-level decision-makers from education, business and government - the three key areas driving e-learning adoption and innovation. The event includes plenary sessions with world-class experts, smaller presentations and special focus sessions, practical demonstrations and debates on specific topics, as well as informal networking opportunities where practitioners share their experiences, ideas, new information and perspectives.

The conference is accompanied by an exhibition and demonstration area where leading international e-learning manufacturers, suppliers and service providers present their latest products and services. In addition, a day-long programme of workshops conducted by leading e-learning practitioners precedes the main conference. These small, intensive sessions offer attendees a unique opportunity to fine-tune their skills and acquire new ones..

Further information:
http://www.online-educa.com/

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