11th Annual e-learning Conference To Be Held In Washington, D.C.

January 31, 2001

The 11th annual e-learning Conference & Expo (formerly TeleCon East/IDLCON) offers professionals in the corporate, academic and government/military markets with the solutions, the strategies and the methods that make e-learning possible. The trade show floor offers services, content, resources and technology to accomplish an organization’s e-learning strategy.

WHEN: Conference: Tuesday, April 17 — Friday, April 20, 2001

EXPO: Wednesday, April 18 — Friday, April 20, 2001

WHERE: Washington, D.C. Convention Center


  • A dynamic list of keynote speakers includes William J. Janklow, Governor of South Dakota;

    Tom Kelly, CLO of Cisco Systems; Andrew Sadler,

    Vice President Strategy and Alliances for IBM

    Mindspan Solutions; Steve Thomas, CEO of

    Plathlore and Michael Parmentier, Director of

    Readiness & Training, Office of the Secretary of


  • The ELLI Awards & USDLA Distance Learning Awards will be presented, honoring outstanding

    achievement in e-learning. Attendees will also

    have a chance to network during the Washington

    Odyssey Dinner Cruise and the Happy Hour

    networking party. Group tours of the National

    Education Association and the Pentagon will also

    be offered.

  • Industry leaders will offer more than 100 thought provoking and enriching conference seminars providing insight into this evolving market. The conference program will offer three dynamic conference tracks: Corporate Training, Academic and GovLearn.


Platinum Sponsor: Astound Inc.; Gold Sponsors: Click2Learn, e-train, Mentergy; and Silver

Sponsors: Caliber, Digital Think, Element K,

Instruction Set, Smart Force and Vcampus.

Sponsoring Associations include the American

Management Association, the United States

Distance Learning Association, the Federal

Government Distance Learning Association, the

Washington Metro Distance Learning Association,

the Instruction Management Association, the

Information Technology Training Association, the Digital Learning Association, the International

Multimedia Collaborative Communications Alliance

and the International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium.