Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in E-Learning Industry

A number of well-known elearning experts and bloggers are coming together next month to bring you a free online conference called Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations (CLTI2007). The conference runs November 15-20, 2007 and simple registration is required.


The line-up of conference speakers and discussion leaders includes:

Sessions on the current schedule include eLearning 2.0, Learning without a Foundation, and Strategic eLearning: From Tactics to the Performance Ecosystem, so it should prove to be an interesting and informative event for anyone working in a corporate learning environment.

And if it’s anything like the vibrant, collaborative environment that we witness daily in our community forums, then this online conference will no doubt be a great way for you to connect with others who may be facing some of the same rapid elearning development challenges that you are.

There’s also interest among our customers in seeing an online Articulate user group, so we’ll keep a close eye on this Corporate Learning conference, as it seems to be a great model for how to successfully organize such an event.

So register today, and I’ll see you online next month.

3 responses to “Corporate Learning: Trends and Innovations”


Hi Gabe – thanks for highlighting the conference…:). If you (or your readers and community members) have any suggestions on what we could/should do for the conference, please let us know…


George Siemens // Posted at 5:24 pm on October 19th, 2007

Sure thing, George! And we’ll certainly let you know.

What about a topic on effective elearning course design? As evidenced by the popularity of Tom’s Rapid Elearning Blog, there’s a huge demand for this topic.

gabe // Posted at 10:20 am on October 24th, 2007

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