Texas E-Learning Company MicroAssist Selected to Speak at E-Learning Symposium 2010 in Austin, Texas

Share Article

MicroAssist's CTO Hiram Kuykendall selected to speak at E-Learning Symposium 2010 (ELS 2010). The ELS 2010 conference will bring together key decision makers with training and development professional in a highly interactive environment.

MicroAssist's (http://www.microassist.com) CTO, Hiram Kuykendall was selected to speak at E-Learning Council’s annual event, E-Learning Symposium 2010 (ELS 2010), on May 26, 2010. MicroAssist is one of eight companies selected nationwide to present at E-Learning Symposium 2010. ELS 2010 is a unique interactive conference that brings together E-learning thought leaders with key decision makers and training and development professionals so that they can learn to execute E-Learning and distance learning programs within their own organizations and create peer to peer interaction within the training industry.

“We are honored to present at the E-Learning Symposium 2010,” said Sanjay Nasta, the CEO of MicroAssist. “This is a tremendous opportunity for MicroAssist to share knowledge and effective practices with organizations interested in learning more about designing E-Learning solutions. Our team is committed to advancing E-Learning through the E-Learning Council’s community and its programs.”

Mr. Kuykendall’s presentation titled Episode 1: Captain SMEid and the Wayward Learner will introduce an entertaining and interactive learning technique arranged to showcase real-life examples to avoid or mitigate E-Learning design pitfalls.

Hiram Kuykendall is a seasoned speaker and technical leader with over fifteen years of real world experience in E-Learning development, application design, and infrastructure design.. His specialties include software development management, database administration and system engineering. Mr. Kuykendall manages the development teams for numerous E-Learning sites both for the State of Texas and the private sector. Mr. Kuykendall also has extensive experience designing training for accessibility issues.

About MicroAssist

For over two decades, MicroAssist has been a trusted partner for countless organizations in need of custom E-Learning, classroom training, and technology services. As one of Texas’s most experienced education centers and a Microsoft Certified Solution Partner, MicroAssist is a primary training vendor from the State of Texas. MicroAssist links learning programs with technology to support an organization’s most important strategic objectives, serving clients in the advertising, education, real estate, legal, politics, and government sectors. More information about MicroAssist can be found at http://www.microassist.com.

About E-Learning Symposium 2010 (ELS 2010)

E-Learning Symposium is an annual conference held in Austin, Texas. The 2010 E-Learning Symposium will bring together renowned speakers in the field with experienced training practitioners. The conference is essential for anyone involved in the development, delivery, implementation, and management of E-Learning. The conference will focus on the tools, technologies, strategies and techniques for developing E-Learning.

The target audience for this conference includes:

  • Chief Learning Officers
  • Senior Directors
  • Directors of Human Resources (HR)
  • Directors of Training
  • E-Learning Project Managers
  • Product or Program Directors and Managers
  • E-Learning Instructional technologists

Agenda topics cover an end-to-end spectrum of technology and processes as they are being applied to E-Learning and distance learning projects. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with key influencers and implementation specialists from successful E-Learning projects throughout the State of Texas and beyond. ELS 2010 is co-sponsored by DIR (Texas Department of Information Resources).

For more information, visit http://www.elearningcouncil.com

About E-Learning Council

The E-Learning Council (http://www.elearningcouncil.com) advances E-learning through a community that provides leadership, better practices and resources in a collaborative environment. The organization offers a dynamic network of individuals that serves as a clearinghouse of diverse E-learning information and resources. E-Learning Council members value peer to peer connections and support, an unfolding of networks that serve a variety of users – designers, developers, and managers, and flow of shared resources that support E-Learning excellence.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Donald Twining
Visit website