BOULDER, CO – January 5, 2011 – ENLASO Corporation, a provider of translation and localization solutions, today announced that it will present a live webinar entitled “Multilingual eLearning Applications and the Global Student.”
Presented by industry veterans Marguerite Gregory and Phil Jones, the webinar will provide training managers, eLearning applications developers, and course designers helpful information, best practices, and tips for achieving a successful multilingual release. A primary focus of this presentation will be to guide attendees through the challenges localization poses to the learning process in order to make training more cost effective during the localization and translation phases of a multilingual release.
Date: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT
Where: Your desktop
This interactive presentation aims to equip course designers with the current trends seen with eLearning, as well as an understanding of how the culture of the student can affect your course design. The presentation will also cover best practices and ways to reduce costs with multilingual releases.
This webinar is of particular interest to course designers, publications managers, documentation specialists, Internationalization and Localization Managers, and anyone involved in training a multilingual and global student base.
Topics covered include:
Trends seen in eLearning, including the incorporation of mobile devices and social networking
Technical challenges for eLearning applications and localization
Multimedia in multilingual training
Best practices for authoring eLearning programs and documents with localization and translation in mind
Cultural considerations for global students and the impact on training programs
About Marguerite Gregory
Marguerite Gregory is a localization veteran with 20 years of experience in all facets of the business. Her management successes led to a Director of Production role where she managed production teams and designed company-wide processes that reflected the industry’s best practices. In addition to being a French translator, she also has her PMP certification and has designed a variety of localization solutions for customers around the world.
About Phil Jones
Phil Jones is a seasoned Localization Engineer and works with a variety of customers in all aspects of localization engineering. Phil graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a BS in Computer Science and BA in Mathematics and Japanese. Through his studies, he had the fortune to spend a year in Japan studying the country’s literature and language which introduced him to the intricacies of localization.