Learning Summit highlights eLearning global trends, innovations
(The Philippine Star) - February 4, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – The Global Online Association for Learning (GOAL), in cooperation with ADEC Innovations and the Commission on Higher Education,will hold Learning Summit 2016 on Feb. 16 to 18 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

With the global landscape of learning and corporate development constantly changing, Learning Summit 2016 aims to provide fresh insights on learning  technologies and related business and knowledge opportunities.

GOAL is a non-profit association representing educational institutions, teachers, students and corporate organizations in promoting and improving online learning globally.

Elliott Masie, one of the world’s most influential personalities in eLearning and CEO of the Masie Center, is the keynote speaker at the summit.

Joining the roster of speakers for the plenary sessions are Asian Development Bank principal knowledge management specialist Olivier Serrat, Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra music director Olivier Fabrice Ochanine, Ballet Manila CEO Lisa Macuja and CHED executive director Julito Vitriolo.

Learning Summit workshops will help participants identify their learning needs and choose which technologies are best suited for their individual and corporate requirements.

Plenary sessions will give an overview of the impact of digital technology on learning methods around the world and how the Philippines can maximize these emerging opportunities.

For more information, visit http://goalonlinelearning.org/learningsummit2016/, or contact Twinnie Ramos at +632 8022038, +632 8998077 or email at twinnie@mediafocus.com.ph.

ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK BALLET MANILA CONVENTION CENTER ELLIOTT MASIE GLOBAL ONLINE ASSOCIATION HIGHER EDUCATION INNOVATIONS AND THE COMMISSION JULITO VITRIOLO LEARNING LEARNING SUMMIT LISA MACUJA
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