CourseAvenue CEO to Lead Session at the 2009 Interactive Technologies Conference
Warrenville, Illinois - Tuesday, July 28, 2009
CourseAvenue is pleased to announce their participation in the upcoming 2009 Interactive Technologies Conference. This conference, sponsored by SALT (Society for Applied Learning Technology), provides a comprehensive overview of the application of the latest technologies for education and training systems, job performance improvement systems, and knowledge management systems. This event is being held in Arlington, Virginia, August 19-21, 2009.
Co-presenting with Anna Bradley of Criterion 508 Solutions, Inc., CourseAvenue's CEO, Joe Gorup, will lead a session titled, "Meeting 508 Compliance Head On for eLearning: The What, Why and How of Building Accessible eLearning Courseware". The session will focus on what makes developing Section 508 compliant eLearning so challenging, approaches that have failed in the past, and new technologies available to make this process more efficient and successful. Joe and Anna will be discussing how CourseAvenue's Accessibility Player is easing development of Section 508 compliant eLearning by embedding requirements directly into the course player.
Presentations at the 2009 Interactive Technologies Conference will describe applications and technology and will include areas such as compliance, eLearning, gaming & simulation, instructional design, mobile computing, Web 2.0 technologies and more. SALT conferences provide attendees with an opportunity to become familiar with the latest technical information on application possibilities, on technologies, and on methodologies for implementation. In addition, they provide a venue for interaction with other professionals in the field.
Since 2002 CourseAvenue has been simplifying the process of creating and distributing eLearning content through a unique online and on-demand platform allowing users to quickly build and publish standards-based eLearning courses. CourseAvenue's Section 508 compliant Accessibility technology eases the development of Section 508 compliant eLearning by embedding requirements directly into the course player.