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2012 Learning Technology Summit

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2012 Learning Technology Summit

Time: November 27, 2012 from 8am to 9pm
Location: The Shepherd Spinal Center
Event Type: economic, development, inititative
Organized By: Paul Terlemezian
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2012

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Event Description

This event will feature panel discussions and small roundtable discussions featuring the projects.  The emphasis will be on the measurable impact to performance and the identification of opportunities for the attendees to participate as the projects continue to grow with their reach and impact.

The evening segment will be open to a broader range of participants with an emphasis on extending the awareness and involvement related to the projects.

Full Registration (Invite only)

Evening Registration (Open invite)

Schedule of events - Event%20Flyer%20-%20November%2027%202012%20-%20V3.0%20%28111512%29.docx

Here is the PowerPoint that guides the event: Georgia%20LEARNS%28SM%29%20LTS%202012.pptx

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Comment by Paul Terlemezian on November 10, 2012 at 1:49pm

An objective will be for you to be part of a conversation with every other executive in attendance. There will be purposeful opportunity (via the Project Round Tables) at the event and online opportunity via this website. The uniqueness of Georgia LEARNS is its focus on projects and executive interaction. The value to you will certainly come from participation at a project table or panel focused on your work – but even more so as the other executives experience you contributing your thinking and passion about results, technology and collaboration at another round table that is not directly related to your company or work.

Comment by Steve Cory on November 12, 2012 at 5:14pm

Looking forward to it.  Steve


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