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Bob Mosher to speak at Moving Learning 2006

Bob Mosher, Microsoft Learning's director of learning and strategy evangelism, will deliver a keynote presentation on learning at the moment of need at next month's Moving Learning 2006 seminars.

"Just-in-time learning used to be enough. However, new technologies and approaches have driven the need for learning at the moment of need," said Bob Mosher.

"This session will look at five types of learning at the moment of need. We will look at current and future trends around embedded learning beyond the Help systems. We will also examine how distance learning needs to be delivered so that it takes advantage of the best in all learning modalities. You will see how to adapt the new technologies to meet these new models."

Bob Mosher's presentation is entitled 'Learning at the moment of need - the real just-in-time learning'. Other speakers at the event include Allison Rossett of San Diego State University and Charles Jennings of Reuters.

Moving Learning 2006 takes place at Microsoft Reading, UK on 14 June 2006 and Hotel Artemis Amsterdam, Netherlands on 15 June 2006 and is sponsored by Compu'train, Global Learning Alliance, LearningGuide, Microsoft and QA.

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