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Cost Effective e-Learning for Philadelphia Corporations
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Please join us to learn how technology can improve the way your workforce works, learns and how it can also save your enterprise money. Large corporations such as Nikon and Timberland have all realized the huge benefits of such a structure, along with thousands of small businesses around the globe - and these numbers are on the rise.
This is your chance to learn how to make your training and development costs more efficient and effective. Webanywhere and nSight will be sharing best practices in eLearning - featuring Totara LMS and case studies of Moodle, the most popular learning management system in the world.
Conor Gilligan, Head of Corporate Operations from Webanywhere’s team will be demonstrating the Totara, the new Corporate distribution of Moodle. This will explain how you can achieve much more with open source e-learning, along with how the system would fulfill a fully blended solution for training.
Lee Stayton, VP of e-Learning solutions at nSight Inc. will also be here talking about the benefits of an e-learning solution in the enterprise. Stayton will explore a client, Madico’s, real-world application of eLearning to the extended enterprise. As you hear about the innovative ways in which Madico is meeting its learning needs, you will glean insights and ideas that can be applied to your own set of challenges.
*THIS EVENT IS FREE + SEATING IS LIMITED - PLEASE REGISTER TO ENSURE YOUR PLACE!
6:00 - 6:30pm Wine + Hors d’oeuvres, Coffee, Networking
6:30 - 7:30pm SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS:
LEE STAYTON VP of e-Learning Services, nSight
CONOR GILLIGAN Head of Operations, Webanywhere
7:30 - 8:00pm Q&A, Networking
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Webanywhere, Inc. are specialists in web design and e-learning solutions for schools and businesses. Webanywhere provide end-to-end elearning solutions for the corporate sector.