Cary, NC (PRWEB) March 10, 2007
Today, Harvey Singh, CEO of Instancy, announced the Web 2.0 Meets Enterprise Learning conference.
"It is hard to miss all the Web 2.0 talk -- it's everywhere, every magazine, every newspaper, and thousands of blogs, and some are even calling it a mindset rather than a specific technology or tool. Just like the rise of eLearning in the mid to late nineties, Web 2.0 is giving rise to the notion of Learning 2.0. The world of Web 2.0 Learning promises to be more exciting than anything we've seen before in technology-based learning and performance in the last two decades. In this conference our aim is to introduce business leaders, marketing, HR, and training professionals to ideas on how to leverage Web 2.0 to improve enterprise learning, communication and productivity," said Harvey Singh, CEO of Instancy.
Jay Cross, the founder and Chief Scientist of Internet Time Group and the CEO of eLearning Forum, will present a seminar on Informal Learning, explaining how to rise above the obstacles presented by traditional training methods. Due to the pace of new technology, new methods of training are necessary in order to save both time and money while increasing productivity.
Harvey Singh, the founder and CEO of Instancy, will present a seminar entitled "Walking the Talk -- Making Web 2.0 and Learning 2.0 Real!" He will be discussing the identification and application of key Web 2.0 trends in order to integrate informal and formal learning and knowledge management into the workplace.
The conference is free and will take place in Cary on April 25th. For more information please visit http://www.trainingoutsourcing.com/ins-con/instancy-conference.asp
About Instancy, Inc.
Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Research Triangle Park, NC, Instancy, Inc. provides Web 2.0-oriented Instancy Learning On-Demand Platform™ technologies that integrate learning, knowledge management and online community functionality under a flexible portal framework. Instancy was founded by Harvey Singh and the core management team that built industry's first commercial learning content management system based on SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model) eLearning standards at MindLever, Inc. For more information, please visit http://www.instancy.com.