Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 18, 2013
Omnipress, producer and distributor of training materials, is excited to announce that they will be attending the 2013 American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) International Conference & Exposition in Dallas, TX, May 19-22 (Booth #841). ASTD 2013 is the premier event for workplace learning and development professionals, with more than 9,000 attendees from over 80 countries.
Omnipress will be spreading the word about their Blended Learning Solutions that help class attendees come prepared to learn. Blended Learning is a powerful way for trainers to provide educational materials to their students or course attendees online and via print, prior to their courses. This provides students with more value and allows them to be better prepared for face-to-face learning sessions.
"Blended learning is all about offering content in multiple formats, such as print and online, in order to improve learner retention and enhance learner experience," Dan Loomis, Product Director at Omnipress explains. "Providing multiple formats leverages learning styles and allows course participants to learn effectively before, during, and after an ILT event."
All this week, Omnipress has been blogging on the way to the event, recording their adventure from Madison, WI to Dallas, TX. Their intention is to highlight their adventures and inform followers about blended learning. Their experiences parallel how organizations make decisions about Instructor-Led Training materials. Make sure to follow Omnipress' blog, Facebook page, or Twitter account for the full story.
Additionally, Omnipress will be giving other attendees of the show the chance to win $250 by becoming a "Training Deputy" at Booth #841.
Omnipress helps organizations produce and distribute Continuing Education Materials Products Including:
--Blended Learning Solutions
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--Online Abstract Management
--Mobile Event Apps
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