Guild Panel: The Future of Rapid e-Learning Tools

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company, E-Learning Industry

The eLearning Guild’s Annual Gathering is coming up fast! This year’s event is April 10-13 in Boston.

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be participating in one of the panel discussions at this year’s event: The Future of Rapid e-Learning Tools. Hosted by Articulate customer Paul Clothier, the panel will also feature Jay Cross, Silke Fleischer, and Andrew Branch.

This facilitated panel discussion with both user and tool developer panelists, is about what is needed in a Rapid e-Learning (ReL) tool, what is currently available, what is on the developer’s wish list, what the drawbacks of such tools are, and what the “ideal” rapid e-Learning tool might look like. In short, where are ReL tools headed? This is an opportunity for e-Learning developers and instructional designers to voice their likes and dislikes on some of the ReL tools available.

So if you want to participate in what promises to be some lively discussion about the current and future state of the rapid e-learning tools market and what it means for you, please join us for this session in Boston on Wednesday April 11, 2007 at 4:15 PM. I look forward to seeing you and my fellow panelists there!

There are lots of other reasons to come to Boston for the gathering, too — like 3 days worth of sessions all about e-learning and content development.

The Future of Rapid e-Learning Tools (Panel Discussion)

Gabe Anderson Guild Bio

3 responses to “Guild Panel: The Future of Rapid e-Learning Tools”


This sounds great, Gabe! I’ll be sure to go to your panel and would like to meet you.

Ryan Deane // Posted at 10:01 am on March 22nd, 2007

Sounds good, Ryan. I’ll look forward to meeting you and anyone else who attends the panel session! I’m sure it’s going to be some great discussion.

gabe // Posted at 11:07 am on March 22nd, 2007

I plan on attending as well – look forward to meeting you in person Gabe.

Brian Dusablon // Posted at 4:12 pm on March 28th, 2007

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