Macromedia Hosts One-Day E-Learning Conference
Macromedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: MACR) today announced the Macromedia eLearning Conference, a one-day event prior to the opening of the Training 2002 Conference & Expo, which will feature innovative e-learning content and educate learning professionals about the benefits of using Macromedia solutions to move their training content online. The Macromedia eLearning Conference will be held February 17 at the Georgia World Conference Center, Atlanta, Georgia. For more information on the conference agenda, or to register, go to www.macromedia.com/go/elearnday.
“Macromedia e-learning solutions deliver a competitive advantage for organizations, and this conference will address the strategic issues of choosing the right product to match the specific learning needs of any organization,” said Pat Brogan, vice president, education and learning, Macromedia. “Macromedia solutions enable training and education professionals to create impactful learning content that addresses industry standards and ties into learning management systems.”
The conference is broken down into eight sessions, which focus on the e-learning market, Macromedia’s product strategy, accessibility, product-specific sessions for Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver, Authorware, and ColdFusion, and how these products can be used together to deliver dynamic e-learning applications and environments.
Training 2002 attendees who register for the Macromedia eLearning Conference can also save $100 off their overall Training 2002 costs. The Macromedia eLearning Conference costs $395 for Training 2002 attendees and $495 for non-attendees. More information is available at www.macromedia.com/go/elearnday.
Macromedia is passionate about what the web can be. Its award-winning products empower designers and developers to efficiently create and deliver the most engaging experiences on the web, and enable innovative Internet business applications. Headquartered in San Francisco, Macromedia has more than 1,400 employees worldwide and is available on the Internet at www.macromedia.com.