Seminars to Cover On-Demand Learning and Content Creation and Delivery

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Boston — March 21
OutStart, the leading provider of e-knowledge software solutions for learning and knowledge sharing, will sponsor a free Webinar titled “Meeting the Demand for ‘Learning On-Demand’” featuring Bersin & Associates Researcher Chris Howard on March 25 from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET.

During the Webinar, Howard will show training professionals the trends, tools and teamwork needed to shift from simply creating courses to giving employees strategic and laser-focused learning at a moment’s notice. Howard is an e-learning industry pioneer who has extensive experience with learning technology and strategy. Each webcast attendee will receive a complimentary copy of the Bersin & Associates’ white paper “Learning On-Demand.”

To attend the Webinar, visit:

On March 27 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the City Club of Washington, Franklin Square, OutStart and the Federal Government Distributed Learning Association (FGDLA) will co-sponsor a seminar titled “All Things Content.”

All Things Content is an exclusive gathering of experts and practitioners who will share know-how and develop ideas for creating and delivering learning within government. The agenda for All Things Content includes topics such as creating content, building versus buying content, learning standards, informal and formal learning and learning content management systems.

“As executives register for this event, they have a unique opportunity to shape the existing agenda prior to coming,” said Jeff Whitney, vice president of marketing for OutStart. “That means attendees can either add a topic or rank those that have already been added to the agenda. It’s a terrific way for us to get everyone involved and ensure that the seminar is tailored to everyone’s needs.”

As experts and practitioners register online for All Things Content, each registrant will receive a survey soliciting topics of interest for discussion at the seminar.

To attend the All Things Content seminar, visit 

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