ICELW

is an international conference focused on e-learning in the workplace.

With researchers and practitioners coming from around the globe--and from university and business settings--ICELW works to improve online learning so that it makes a measurable difference in workplace performance and morale.

By uniting the corporate and academic worlds, ICELW is creating a new synergy--one with the unique capability to realize the vast potential of e-learning in business and industry.

Compelling Topics

The ICELW program will explore a broad spectrum of topics relating to e-learning in the workplace and the use of technology to improve job performance. Our aim is to present the most relevant and promising ideas in research and practice, then build on them to bring about excellence and innovation in workplace e-learning.

Engaging Formats

To convey e-learning knowledge and show its application in the workplace, ICELW uses a variety of engaging formats:  demonstrations, mini-seminars, case studies, interviews, debates, presentations, panel discussions, and more!

By offering this "active" structure for the conference, we hope to encourage lively discussion among participants, as well as inspire meaningful action.

Who Should Attend

If you have a background or an interest in workplace e-learning, then we invite you to join the ICELW community.

We're seeking presenters and participants with a variety of viewpoints, a depth of experience, and a passion for e-learning excellence.

So whether you're a researcher or an educator...an e-learning consultant or specialist...or a corporate trainer, manager, or director...ICELW welcomes your perspective and participation.

The ICELW 2015 conference will be held from June 10-12, 2015, at Columbia University in New York.

ICELW 2015 features an opening keynote from award-winning author and game designer Dr. Ian Bogost, and much more!

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