Who’s Here? Online Education Exhibitors at ASAE Tech 2013

BY Celisa Steele


ASAE Tech 2013Today marks the end of ASAE’s 2013 Technology Conference & Expo in DC, and Jeff and I are here to walk the floor again (as we did yesterday) and check out the companies focused on technology-enabled and technology-enhanced learning.

The hard costs (travel, exhibitor fees) and soft costs (staff time to prep, attend, and follow up) of a conference like this are not insignificant, so the fact that companies made the decision to come shows, to my mind, a certain seriousness on the exhibitors’ part about the association market. Since tracking learning technologies and providers is part of what we routinely do here at Tagoras, it’s a nice to walk the floor and be able to check in with so many companies and individuals at one fell swoop. And I thought I’d share the list of technology-enabled and technology-enhanced learning exhibitors with our readers—it continues a bit of a tradition, as we did similar posts for online education exhibitors at ASAE Annual 2012 and ASAE Annual 2010.

The alphabetical list below includes a blurb on the exhibitors to give you a sense of their products and services. Companies with an asterisk (*) before their name are included in the most recent issue of Association Learning Management Systems. (Note: We conduct all of our technology research independently and do not accept finders’ fees or commissions from any learning technology providers.)

Technology + Learning Exhibitors at ASAE Tech 2013

BizVision (http://bizvision.com)

BizVision, a provider of video-powered online training and professional education, hosts a library of training videos and offers a platform that supports live and on-demand Webcasts with full-motion video, synchronized slides, and other features.

Blue Sky Broadcast (http://www.blueskybroadcast.com)

Blue Sky Broadcast provides learning management systems and virtual event services, helping associations capture educational content, manage with online learning portals, and deliver to members.

* CommPartners (http://www.commpartners.com)

CommPartners helps organizations create value and build relationships with their partners, members, and clients through online education and multimedia events. Its suite of solutions begins with the Symposium Learning Platform and extends to event services including Webcasts, hybrid events, and online conferences.

* Digital Ignite (http://www.digitalignite.com)

Digital Ignite’s Crowd Wisdom is a social learning LMS with key professional development features to help learners search, find, and share knowledge and launch rich learning experiences.

* Digitec Interactive (http://www.digitecinteractive.com)

Digitec Interactive is an award-winning e-learning company and LMS provider. Digitec’s Knowledge Direct LMS is a turnkey e-learning authoring, delivery, testing, and reporting platform.

Digitell, Inc. (http://www.digitellinc.com)

Digitell works with organizations to capture, live stream, or re-broadcast content to help increase physical attendance, drive membership, and generate revenue.

* iCohere (http://www.icohere.com)

iCohere provides a solution for professional learning and collaboration. Twenty integrated modules support virtual conferences, Webinars, e-learning, and communities of practice.

Infinite Conferencing (http://www.infiniteconferencing.com)

Infinite Conferencing, a division of Onstream Media, provides audio and Web conferencing and Webinar and Webcasting services. Solutions range from on-demand conferencing to full-scale, online event management.

* LearnSomething, A Xerox Company (http://www.learnsomething.com)

LearnSomething is a full-service e-learning company with two decades of experience helping nonprofit and association clients develop and implement high-impact e-learning portals and programs.

* Meridian Knowledge Solutions (http://www.meridianks.com)

Meridian Knowledge Solutions provides technology platforms that empower enterprises, governments, and member-based organizations to develop their people by delivering learning, assessing performance, and fostering collaboration.

* Peach New Media (http://www.peachnewmedia.com)

Peach offers managed Webinars/Webcasts, certification management, and on-demand education along with other online learning services, supported by Freestone, its learning content management system.

* WBT Systems (http://www.wbtsystems.com)

The TopClass learning management system allows organizations to deliver, manage, and track all methods of training.

* Web Courseworks (http://www.webcourseworks.com)

Web Courseworks offers e-learning products and services to support association online professional development, including the CourseStage learning management system, the CourseCreate authoring system, instructional design, and custom tutorial development.

Reminder: An asterisk (*) before a company’s name above denotes that it’s included in the most recent Association Learning Management Systems report.

Celisa

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