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2003 eLearning Results Summit

The summit is a high level get together of interoperability standards luminaries. There are two parts: a free conference sponsored by Giunti labs with talks by people ranging from IMS CEO Ed Walker to Anne Wright of the DfES / e-GIF. The other part is a series of paid-for technical workshops sponsored by IMS and designed to get people up to speed on the various IMS Specs and application Profiles like SCORM.

The summit will precede the regular IMS quarterly meeting that will be held in the same location.

The conference is divided into sessions on Specifications and standards for eLearning, Research projects and governmental initiatives on eLearning and a series of case studies from developers, industry and academic and medical education.

The workshops are intended for developers and managers and deal with The Functional Value of IMS Specifications, Achieving Successful Technical Outcomes Using IMS Specifications and Using IMS Simple Sequencing.

The last day will feature demos and an exhibition.

Places on the conference are limited, so attendees are requested to register on the website in advance.

The workshops cost between $500.- and $600.- each, around a $1000.- for two, and $1500.- for the lot, if you register before April 10th.

Date: from 11 May, 2003 to 14 May, 2003
Venue: Sestri Levante, near Genoa, Italy
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