Global learning technologies provider, Kineo Pacific, will be Platinum Sponsors at the 2013 eLearNZ conference, hosted at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand July 16-17. Nolen Smith Director of Kineo Pacific will be in attendance to lead a keynote discussion on Multi-Device Elearning.
Born from the idea of bringing together New Zealand’s brightest and most passionate practitioners and managers in the L&D world, eLearNZ will be the first of its kind in New Zealand; an L&D playground. The conference will be a unique experience for attendees, offering interactive scenarios, inspiring seminars, and workshops on ROI and accountability with headliners Jack and Patti Philips.
Nolen and his colleague Sue Dark will be delivering a seminar on day 2 of the event, focusing on multi-device elearning. With the growth of internet-enabled devices on the rise, more organisations are now looking for a solution for multi-device learning. In this presentation, Nolen and Sue will discuss how multi-devices are used, how online design technologies are adapting to multi-device use and what this means for elearning design and development.
Kineo Pacific will also be exhibiting some of the latest approaches to elearning design with examples of local and global projects, including rapid and custom elearning modules, Kineo Essentials, as well as the exciting new features of the latest version of Totara LMS. Kineo’s award-winning Adapt Framework which uses responsive elearning design techniques to ensure one version of an elearning program works across multi-devices, will also be showcased throughout the 2 day event. Nolen and Sue will be on site to answer any questions about how effective elearning and learning management systems can help your organization.
Nolen described the event as a highlight for the Kineo Pacific team, “Kineo is extremely thrilled to be the platinum sponsors for the inaugural eLearNZ Conference. The endeavour to bring together Learning and Development industry professionals from across New Zealand into a unique environment that will encourage innovation, collaboration and engagement amongst delegates is highly commendable and receives our full support for the continued growth of the industry in New Zealand.”
For more information about the conference, or to register for the event, visit the eLearNZ website.
To arrange a meeting at the show, or to learn about Kineo Pacific services, contact Nolen Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
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