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The EduXchange Final Event

INTRODUCTION

In cooperation with ProLearn, the European network of excellence in professional training (www.prolearn-project.org), the Aristote association of French research centers in telecommunication technologies and applications (www.aristote.asso.fr), and the support of Le Preau, the e-Learning centre created by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry - CCIP (www.preau.ccip.fr), EduXchange’s final event took place in Paris the 28th of April.

You can find the final event announcement here

RECORDING OF THE TWO SESSIONS

To maximize the dissemination of EduXchange's results, the whole final event has been recorded and is available online to the following url:

Click here to watch EduXchange's final event morning session
Click here to watch EduXchange's final event afternoon session

PHOTOS

Jacques Dang from HEC, introducing the EduXchange final event.
Yann Denoual, from Tilbury, presented an overview of the eLearning Market and trends for eLearning for Corporations
Klaus Wannermascher gave a view of eLearning trends from a provider point of view.

 

Richard Straub, CEO of IBM eLearning gave IBM vision of eLearning for companies
Peter Sprenger, from the EduXchange consortium, presented EduXchange results and vision
 
A debate with the panelists closed the morning session and was an opportunity to interact with audience

 

PRESS COVERAGE

Click here to read the article written by Checkpoint eLearning about the final event

 

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