Visitors to this year’s Online Educa Berlin (OEB) conference – the largest global e-learning conference for the corporate, education and public service sectors – will be able to see the latest developments in learning content management system (LCMS), digital repository (DR) and mobile learning technology, courtesy of the leading learning content management and digital repository platform provider, eXact learning solutions. Among other things, eXact learning solutions – previously known as Giunti Labs – will have on show version 7 of its flagship eXact LCMS and the new mobile applications for iPhone, Blackberry and, now, iPad devices.
Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of eXact learning solutions North America, said: “We’ve just launched our eXact Mobile 2.0 solutions which bring the power of location based and personal learning content management to a new range of devices, such as Apple’s iPad and other tablets.”
Cardinali, as Chair of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG), will join the Pre-Conference Workshop: The European Digital Education Agenda on Wednesday, 1st December, from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. The workshop includes leading international stakeholders from the European Commission and ELIG, as well as worldwide market analysts. He will be providing input on how to improve the European framework conditions for digital education, digital literacy and skills, and the challenges involved where policy meets the digital education market.
Carin Martell, of eXact learning solutions will be speaking at a conference session organised by ELIG: ‘Balancing Individual and Organisational Learning’, which takes place on Friday 3rd December from 11.45am to 1.15pm. The session will explore the nature of new knowledge worker skills, how organisations can provide the most effective training approaches for current needs and what organisations might consider doing to strike a balance between empowering knowledge workers and upholding the values, aims and objectives of a modern and successful organisation.
At this year’s OEB conference, eXact learning solutions will also be presenting ‘ten commandments of enterprise learning content management in the iPad tablet era’ (download the whitepaper ‘Ten Commandments Prompted by Today’s iPad Tablets’ at http://www.exact-learning.com/en/resources/whitepapers). This seminar takes place on Thursday 2nd December from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm
eXact learning solutions, which is exhibiting at OEB – on stand B61 – along with its Middle Eastern partner, UKS; its partner in Africa, the Educational Advancement Centre (EAC), and Saudi Arabia’s National Center for eLearning (NCEL), is also joining NCEL’s Manager for Planning & PMO, Abdullah Al Mogheerah, in presenting the Maknaz case study at the OEB conference.
The presentation, being given on Thursday, 2nd December, from 2pm to 4pm, is in the session on: ‘Challenges and Opportunities for ICT and e-learning in the Middle East and North Africa’. The presentation outlines the Maknaz – or Treasure Chest – Project: the largest learning content digital marketplace implementation in the Arabic world.