As the leaves begin to fall and the thermometers take a dip here in the U.S., that means that the fall elearning conference season is upon us. We have a packed calendar that may get even more packed as we add events to it.
We already have 5 industry conferences on the calendar, including the just-added Educause 2008 — the “premier IT event in higher education” — and may add even more, thanks to the overwhelming response to our sold-out inaugural Articulate Regional User Group Conference in Philadelphia a week from today.
Keep those inquiries coming if you’d like to attend or host a conference in your city (click here to contact us and select “User Group” from the Interested In drop-down menu).
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Here’s a quick summary of our upcoming conference appearances:
- September 22, 2008: Articulate Regional User Group Conference (Philadelphia, PA) – SOLD OUT!
- October 26 – 29, 2008: Elliott Masie’s Learning 2008 (Orlando, FL)
- October 28-31, 2008: Educause 2008 (Orlando, FL)
- November 11-14, 2008: DevLearn 2008 (San Jose, CA)
- February 9-10, 2009: Training 2009 (Atlanta, GA)
I’ll be at the Articulate Regional User Group Conference in Philly and Training 2009 in Atlanta, and Tom Kuhlmann, author of the award-winning and wildly popular Rapid eLearning Blog, will be at all conferences, along with other Articulate staff.
We hope to see you at one of these conferences! We’re going to have a lot to show off, including our upcoming new releases.