The ILU Conference will include workshops exploring new and innovative applications for Immersive Learning and Simulations from some of the most experienced practitioners in the field, including features and functions discussions for those interested in NexLearn’s simulation authoring and implementation technologies. The Conference will also feature case studies, best practices, peer discussions, technology Q & A sessions, future solutions discussions with NexLearn product managers, and networking opportunities.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Dr. Will Thalheimer, Work-Learning Research, Inc. president and learning expert, researcher, instructional designer, business strategist, speaker and writer. The title of his presentation is “Simulations that Work: What the Research Says.”
“This conference and symposium will be a valuable resource for all e-Learning developers, as well as those decision makers tasked with improving employee training programs,” said Ken Spero, NexLearn Managing Director for the Immersive Learning University and conference organizer.
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About the Immersive Learning University
The Immersive Learning University is chartered to provide the learning development industry with practical and advanced knowledge in the science of creating, producing, and deploying interactive learning courseware. The ILU is staffed with professionals possessing the highest level of experience and expertise in the industry of immersive adult learning.
NexLearn is a custom education courseware developer with extensive expertise in creating immersive learning simulations. The company’s experienced, award-winning team has introduced some of the most innovative courses, tools and technology to the e-Learning industry, including the award-winning SimWriter immersive learning simulation authoring tool.
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