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FREE WEBINAR: OPEN SOURCE - How -To For Education and Business

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Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 10:30:56 -0400
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Limited (FREE) Registration Now Open for a Live Webinar No.2 Of a Series 

Title:
Implementing E-learning and E-business Solutions Using Open-Source Software


Speaker:
Jenny Watt - Instructional Designer, Interactive Online Classroom 	

Date:
Thursday June 8, 2006 	

Time:
9:30 am EST( 2:30 pm GMT, 4:30 pm Cairo Time)	

Cost:
FREE - But 1st come first seated - limited seating.	
Register:	 http://www.Trainerspod.com/register	

There is a growing demand in business and education for versatile tools at a
reasonable cost. To meet that demand, many companies and educational
institutions are turning to open-source software. This Webinar will explore
how open-source software can be integrated into an organization's learning
or knowledge management systems. 

Jenny Watt is an Instructional Designer with Interactive Online Classroom, a
provider of online courses to colleges, universities, businesses and
individuals around the world. Jenny will talk about some of the types of
open source software which are available, advantages of using open-source
software and ways your organization may benefit from these types of
applications. 

The Webinar will include demonstrations of several popular open-source
applications and discussing how the applications can be used to build or
expand an e-learning or e-business practice by providing the following types
of e-knowledge delivery models:

*	Library models using content management applications like Joomla
<http://www.joomla.org/>  

*	Presentation models using blog applications like WordPress
<http://wordpress.org/>  or Serendipity <http://www.s9y.org/>  

*	Interaction models using discussion boards like phpBB
<http://www.phpbb.com/>  

*	Combination models using online classroom applications like Moodle
<http://moodle.org/>  

The Webinar is hosted by Elluminate. In order to participate, the Minimum
requirements are speakers and a 56 K modem. If you wish to speak with the
presenter you will also need a microphone. Please go to
http://www.elluminate.com/support before the presentation to make sure you
will be able to access the presentation the day of the Webinar. 

We have limited "seats" for this event. The Webinar is entirely free of
charge and there is a huge level of interest in hearing about open-source
applications. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Register for the event by visiting: http://www.trainerspod.com/register. 

Trainerspod.com seeks to provide free access to these events to raise
knowledge and awareness of the issues, practices and needs of e-Learning
practitioners and researchers around the world.

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