Day 1 - Thursday 17th May 2001

0900

 

COFFEE & WELCOME

0930

Huw
Williams

INTRODUCTION AND PULSE OF THE INDUSTRY

1100

 

COFFEE

1115

Sandra Naser
Deutsche Boerse

DEUTSCHE BOERSE AG

The Deutsche Boerse will relate their experiences of implementing an e-learning portal from scratch and how they manage and exploit e-learning.

1300

 

LUNCH

1345 Tony Piedade
WorldPlay

SUPPLIER OF
e-COMMERCE AND BILLING SYSTEMS

WorldPay PR will provide a briefing on the key issues to be considered in a long- term strategy for e-commerce.

Areas to be highlighted include VAT, local currency, copyright of electronic delivered materials and integration with existing systems.

1515  

TEA

1530

Mark
Watkinson
IBM

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

IBM will lead a discussion on Knowledge Management in the e-learning environment.

Please come prepared to contribute your views

1700  

CLOSE

1800 All

EVENING EVENT

1515 All

DINNER

 

Day 2 - Friday 18th May 2001

0900

Steve
Watts
Business Objects

EDUCATION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Business Objects will lead a discussion on Education Product Development

Please come prepared to contribute your views

1030

 

COFFEE

1045

Dr. Michael Chist
Lufthansa

LUFTHANSA

Lufthansa will relate their experiences of implementing an e-learning portal and how the manage and exploit e-learning.

1215

All

PLANNING THE NEXT CONFERENCE, WEBSITE UPDATE AND MEMBERSHIP SURVEY

1245

 

LUNCH

1315

Shirley Chapman
Oracle

INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION 

Does the growth of e-learning mean that there will be reduced demand for instructors. Will the skills that they need be different from those of today's classroom based trainers? Or will e-learning provide a raft of opportunities to enable our instructors to build upon those skills, develop new skills and give them greater job satisfaction? This session considers the impact of e-learning on our most valuable resource - the instructor.

1430

All

CEdMA EUROPE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND COFFEE

1445

Phil Lawman
Hewlett
Packard

e-LEARNING REVIEW

HP will lead a wrap up session reviewing how far delegates have progressed with the issues raised in Dublin last November, address the issues from the two days here in Munich and how we see e-learning move forward over the next year.

Please come prepared to contribute your views

1600

 

CLOSE

17th-18th May 2001

Sun Microsystems

Munich,
Bavaria

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