The most exciting week of the year in lifelong learning is in DC

Wed, Jun 20,2012 @ 11:35 AM
by Suzanne Kart |
continuing education conferenceThe big LERN Conference is coming to Washington DC November 16-18 with Pre-Conference seminars on November 15 It's the most exciting week of the year in lifelong learning and you won't want to miss it.

The prices are exactly the same as last year.

What's New This Year:

  • Defending the Field
  • New! Video Marketing track
  • Latest on Mobile Marketing
  • 21st Century Awards Luncheon
  • More than 30 new sessions. 

But you want to know the #1 reason to attend? The people.

People — it’s the difference between a good conference and a great conference.
This year we’ve gone all out to give you the best presenters.

• SuperStars. World-class keynoters from the business community, speakers
you don’t normally have the opportunity to hear. And they’re not just great
speakers — they are also relevant speakers, with new and stimulating content
applicable to your work.

• Experts. This year we have more consultants, trainers and experts than
ever before — the foremost authorities in the field of lifelong learning
programming. You’ll get facts, numbers, and the answers to your most
critical questions. And you’ll take home information you can use on
Monday morning.

• Practitioners. We choose only a few proposals from the top practitioners
who know their stuff.

It’s the people at a conference who make the difference. Come experience the
superstars, the experts and the best practitioners.

The final conference brochure comes out in July. But if you can't wait until then, click below to download the pdf! And if you like what you see, you can register here for the most exciting week of the year in lifelong learning.

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