E-learning news in brief

This month’s e-learning news in brief

– SAP has introduced a mobile classroom to help companies save time and
money on training. It contains preconfigured PCs, connected to its training
systems via the net.  www.sap.com

– Vega is designing and implementing an eight-module series of e-learning
and e-assessment materials to help the Britannia Building Society combat money
laundering in the financial services sector.  www.vega.com

– Italy will host the first international Research & Standards Unified
Learning Technologies Summit (Results) on 12-16 May. The conference and plenary
sessions, an exhibition and shootout demonstration events, take place on 12-13
May with workshops running on 13, 14 and 15 May.  www.elearningresults.com

– i-biouk is a new one-stop internet resource for anyone with an interest in
the biotech sector. It provides point of access to information from the
Government, research councils and more than 200 other sources.  www.i-bio.gov.uk

– Electric Paper has launched a guide to help healthcare and further
education facilities develop a European/International Computer Driving Licence
(E/ICDL) strategy. For a free copy, call 0800 626328  www.electricpaper.ie

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