Online Educa Berlin 2006 - 120 Exhibitors at the Accompanying Exhibition

Online Educa BerlinOnline Educa Berlin, the 12th International Conference for Technology-Enhanced Learning, will start on November 30, offering a comprehensive agenda. With more than 300 international presentations, workshops, and seminars the conference provides a thorough overview of the state of e-learning worldwide. Speakers and participants at the event come from the corporate sector, from universities and public and private education institutions, as well as from government agencies and public administration.

The organisers have also noticed significantly increased resonance from the international e-learning industry. "We are expecting about 2,000 participants from more than 75 countries worldwide for this year's conference", says Rebecca Stromeyer, Managing Director of ICWE GmbH and Project Manager of Online Educa Berlin. "The demand for exhibition space has also gone up. More than 120 international providers from more than 20 countries are represented this year, among them all key players of the e-learning branch." The entry for the accompanying exhibition at Online Educa Berlin is free of charge.

Topics high on the agenda are games-based learning and simulations, e-inclusion, informal learning, management and leadership development as well as emerging tools and community-based services. The implementation of Information and communication technologies in schools, universities, and other public and private education institutions will also be a major topic. A comprehensive overview of the full conference agenda can be found at www.online-educa.com/?a=1&b=2.

A whole day of workshops on Wednesday, November 29, and four thematic forums on Tuesday, November 28, and Wednesday, November 29 precede the main conference. Topics of the forums are "Lifelong Learning – Policy and Practise in the UK", "European Cooperation in Education through Virtual Mobility", "E-Learning for Defence and Security", and "E-Learning in the Automotive Industry Sector". A full list of the pre-conference events can be found at www.online-educa.com/?a=1&b=4.

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About Online Educa Berlin
Online Educa Berlin is the world's largest international conference on technology-supported learning and training. Online Educa Berlin delegates are high-level decision makers from education, business, and government - the three key areas driving e-learning adoption and innovation - making it the most important networking venue for experts, practitioners, and newcomers from all over the world.

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