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My Perspective on Perspectives

By Julie Ogilvie

This year’s Perspectives e learning conference was one of the best, according to many of the attendees (and not just the ones from SkillSoft).  The keynote speakers were sparkling, the customer presentations insightful and the Polynesian dancers positively hula-riffic.  What more could an e-learning professional ask for?

Well, for starters, the presentations.  As in past years, we’re making the majority of the presentations available through our Client Community site.  For those who were not able to attend, this is a great way to get a sense of what was covered at this year’s event (and also to whet your appetite for next year). For those who did attend, you can check out presentations from sessions you may have missed.  You also can view a nice recap presentation embedded below.

If you are currently a SkillSoft customer and a member of Client Community, simply go to the site and you’ll see the link to Perspectives 2010 on the home page.  If you’re not a member, you will need to register—click the link on the upper right to go to the registration form.  Your registration will need to be approved by your learning consultant, so make sure you choose the correct name from the drop-down list provided.

We’re still gathering some of the last minute changes from the presenters, so not all of the presentations are on the site.  Check back in the coming weeks as more will be added.

For the 400 customers who attended, we want to extend our sincere thanks for making this event so special.  We heard from Sir Ken Robinson during the LDC Live Event about the value of creativity in business—and our clients exemplify how creativity and knowledge can come together to propel business IQ.  We look forward to having everyone back next year and seeing some new faces as well!

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