http://www.elearningeuropa.info/sites/default/files/imagecache/content_detail_picture/news/Logo-300x250.gifThe iLearning Forum 2014, to be held in Paris on 11-12 February, will revolve around the key areas of eLearning in the Enterprise and Adult Education in the second decade of the 21st century. Call for Papers – iLearning Forum 2014.
The conference will include moderated sessions featuring three or four presentations on the different angles of a given subject, such as latest innovations, research findings, best practices, business cases and strategies.
The Call for Papers is now open for submissions on any of the following topics:
    * E-learning deployment case studies in large and medium French companies: This year’s case studies revisited one year later, with ROI comparisons, benchmarking, performance indicators, critical success factors and learning’s.
    * Learning Management Systems: Open source vs. proprietary platforms. Selection criteria, key factors, decision support.
    * Pre- and post- testing and certification of learners: Evaluation criteria, what and how to measure, managing the benefits of eLearning projects.
    * Storytelling, an overview of this mainstream trend in content design: What is it all about, why it matters, who to use it for, how to get started with examples and results of scientific studies.
    * Serious Games - Coming of age:  Case studies and analysis, when games work best, what they cost, ROI, new tools and trends, future perspectives.
    * Mobile Learning - After the storm: How to develop and integrate mobile content in your eLearning courses, feedback from users, case studies, limits of mobile learning, what works best, which type of audience.
    * Social Learning – State of the art of social learning in France: Comparison with other G8 countries. What does the future look like?
    * eLearning and the extended enterprise, with a highlight on SMB’s.
Those interested in submitting a paper should send the following information to the conference director, Sally-Ann Moore: Title of the presentation, short abstract (one paragraph), title and role of the speaker, short career résumé (one paragraph) and a picture.
See also Ilearning Forum Paris 2013, iLearning Forum Paris 2012, Le marché mondial du e-learning devrait atteindre 50 milliards de dollars.