At a loss for new ideas? Feeling like all your e-Learning courses are the same? You need a fresh perspective, and the best place to find that is at a conference!
Getting new ideas is just one of the many reasons to attend a professional development workshop or industry conference. Here are a few more reasons:
- Learn about key issues and new techniques in the industry. Conferences help you stay on top of all the latest trends.
- Network with peers from across the world and exchange ideas. Discover best practices and timesaving tricks from other pros!
- Discover new vendors and products that could benefit your work. The exhibitor hall is a great opportunity to make connections and discover new tools.
- Build your reputation as an active thought leader in the e-Learning community. The more conferences you engage in, the more likely you will be asked to speak at future events or write articles for industry publications. This increases your exposure and enhances your organization’s reputation.
- Enjoy yourself! Conferences aren’t all work and no play. It’s important to socialize too. People often say the spontaneous “hallway conversations” they have with other attendees are an extremely beneficial part of attending an event.
So which e-Learning conference should you go to?
There are lots of great e-Learning conferences out there, including the 2014 Lectora® User Conference, held this Spring from April 1 – April 3. Lectora is the only authoring tool to hold their own conference, and this event is packed with fantastic sessions on topics ranging from e-Learning development, new industry trends like mobile, as well as working with CourseMill® LMS.
Register for the 2014 Lectora User Conference today! Registration is only $795 per person now through March 14 and includes access to all sessions, the opening celebration and the Expo Hall, plus breakfast and lunch. Register now for the e-Learning event of the year!
And don’t forget, rooms are filling up quickly at the official conference hotel, the Beverly Hilton, so reserve your room today!
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