2014 Lectora User Conference Early Bird Rate Ends February 28
Roll out the red carpet! At the 2014 Lectora User Conference, you’ll get the opportunity to network and share e-Learning knowledge with other industry thought leaders, Lectora users and the Lectora team at the home of the Golden Globe Awards!We have some show-stopping keynote presentations planned, plus breakout sessions on topics like mobile learning, gamification, adding interactivity, Lectora development tips and more! Here’s a glance at a few of the keynote speakers:Keynote: Next Generation Learning Practices in the Age of Knowledge Sharing and CollaborationSpeaker: Jane Hart, Centre for Learning & Performance TechnologiesJane Hart will explain the shifts in workplace learning, drawing on evidence from her own work that shows how smart workers are using new tools to work and learn in new ways. See how L&D departments are expanding their services to more broadly support learning and performance in the workplace!Keynote: Lectora Power Users Showcase
Speakers: Diane Elkins, Lisa Jones and Bradley FredrickIt’s the first-ever Lectora Power Users Showcase keynote presentation! Diane Elkins, Lisa Jones and Bradley Fredrick are teaming up to wow you with new ideas for creativity with Lectora. They’ll share their skills, knowledge and expertise as Lectora Power Users.Register by February 28 and save $100!Register now for the 2014 Lectora User Conference to save $100 with the Early Bird Registration rate! Learn more by visiting: 2014 Lectora User Conference.Lectora has also negotiated a superb room rate of only $199/night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and free in-room internet for all attendees. Book your room today! Use the group code LEC when booking your room.
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