Pulse of the Online Learning Industry

This STC Rochester educational event is offered remotely as well as in person.

Join us Tuesday, March 11th, from 6:00 to 8:30 pm at Monroe’s (on Monroe) for STC Rochester’s March program. Meet new STC members, see familiar faces, and visit with long-time friends and business associates. Then enjoy dinner and learn from the best, David Pesce.

Pulse of the Online Learning Industry

In December of 2013, CNBC predicted the top three industries with the largest 2014 growth to be, healthcare, mobile  commerce, and online learning. Why the sudden change? We, the instructional designers, media developers, and training  managers, owe this attention to two things. The invention of  the MOOC and the down-turned economy.

Let’s sit down for a chat and walk through where our  industry stands, in both technologies and financials, and  what you can do to capitalize on it.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stc-rochester-david-pesce-presents-pulse-of-the-online-learning-industry-tickets-10758038583

Reception Information:

• Network beginning from 6:00 pm
• Dinner
• Presentation to start at 7:00 pm for remote attendees (Remote attendees will receive access information during the week before the presentation.)

Menu:

• Chicken French
• Roasted potatoes
• Pasta with Marinara
• Steamed veggies
• Rolls and butter
• House salad
• Dessert
• Coffee and tea

Location:
Monroe’s
3001 Monroe Avenue
Rochester NY 14618
http://www.monroes3001.com/

RSVP: Register by Monday noon, March 10th. After that, please contact Jackie Paterson at programs@stc-rochester.org.

About the Presenter:

 

 

 

 

 

 
David Pesce is President of Exputo (www.exputo.com) and a 14-year veteran of designing, developing, and leading successful training implementations. He exemplifies the slogan of “always be learning” and is the first to catch wind of new technologies in order to learn them. With a lifetime of problem-solving, an education in computer science, and 7 years of experience in project management, David is able to bridge the technological gap between problem statement and measured results.