The 2014 Lectora User Conference Begins Tonight!

LUC Begins Tonight - 2014 March 25

The bright lights of Hollywood are shining on e-Learning tonight as the 2014 Lectora® User Conference kicks off in Los Angeles, California. We’re rolling out the red carpet for an Opening Reception at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and Hollywood-themed activities.

This year’s conference is going to be an amazing event, starring some of the best e-Learning experts in the industry:

  • Amazing keynote speakers: Entrepreneur and co-founder of TakingITGlobal Michael Furdyk, the first ever Lectora Power Users Showcase with Diane Elkins, Lisa Jones and Bradley Fredrick and learning and development expert Jane Hart
  • Dozens of e-Learning breakout sessions with award-winning e-Learning practitioners and valuable one-on-one opportunities with Lectora e-Learning software developers
  • Two exclusive networking events at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to open and close the conference with lots of Hollywood glamor
  • Hundreds of e-Learning professionals from all over the US and around the world will gather with colleagues and new friends for an unforgettable agenda

Get more information about what’s happening in Los Angeles this week, like keynote speakers, breakout sessions, networking events and more at 2014 Lectora User Conference.

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Stephanie Ivec

Stephanie Ivec is your source for Lectora tips and e-Learning news. You can find her articles here, plus on elearningindustry.com, LearningSolutionsMag.com and HR.com. She believes in engaging learners and making online training effective and enjoyable. As a graphic design and advertising graduate from Creighton University, Stephanie loves well-designed e-Learning with great content and writing. When she’s not writing about e-Learning, Stephanie can be found perfecting cheesecake recipes, traveling or taking ballet.

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