Eedo Knowledgeware Representative to Speak

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<p><strong>Nashua, N.H. &mdash; June 8</strong><br />Eedo Knowledgeware has announced that Mark Scansen, director of aerospace and defense, will discuss learning content management systems (LCMSs) and how to use them to drive training and performance strategies at the 2007 World Aviation Conference and Tradeshow (WATS), June 12-14 in Orlando, Florida.<br /><br />The e-learning solutions offered today range from simple authoring tools to sophisticated content development and management systems. </p><p>The challenge is to choose the right technology to meet an organization&#39;s goals and employees&#39; individual learning needs. </p><p>Drawing on his experience working more than a decade in the aviation industry, Scansen will show how companies have successfully used technology to design, develop and deliver training solutions to support engineers, personnel and avionics technicians around the world.<br /><br />&quot;E-learning has the potential to be a dynamic and relevant component of an organization&#39;s training and performance strategies,&quot; Scansen said. &quot;My hope is that this talk will clarify what types of tools are available and show how to choose wisely to match an organization&#39;s needs and objectives.&quot;<br /><br />Eedo is committed to working with the aviation industry to enhance e-learning initiatives and is active in several organizations, including the Aviation Industry CBT Committee (AICC). </p><p>Eedo recently played a key role in developing a new specification (CMI-013) that enables learning management system (LMS) vendors to easily integrate with local (offline) LMS players, resulting in a more flexible learning environment for mobile learners.<br /><br />Seven hundred international delegates, representing more than 100 airline operators, gather at WATS each year to discuss the evolution of training equipment, regulations and processes. </p><p>One of last year&#39;s delegates described the conference as the &quot;Paris Airshow of the airline training industry.&quot;</p>

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