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Friday, November 30, 2007

AICC Announces January 2008 Meetings in San Jose

The AICC announces that its next meeting of international representatives will be held January 28, 2008 through February 1, 2008 in San Jose, California at Adobe headquarters. Location and lodging information is available from the AICC Meeting Information page. Those interested in attending are encouraged to make hotel reservations early and to register by sending an email to Anne Montgomery no later than January 18, 2008.

Planned presentations and topics include:

  • Authorware End-of-Life Impact Discussions (Survey results, discussion and more)
  • News from Major LMS Vendors (Vendor presentations on product and industry news)
  • Aviation Training Innovations (Vendor and airline presentations, focusing on simulation)
  • LETSI Status Updates (LETSI evolution and liaison status with AICC)
  • News and Information from Adobe, the meeting host (Product information and news)
  • Subcommittee Updates and Technical Sessions (CSA Initiative, XML Metadata and more)

Tentative session titles, times, descriptions and speakers will be included in an agenda to be released in mid-December. Invited guest speakers include representatives from Adobe, Oracle, Plateau, Saba, and SumTotal. Presentations from major airlines are also expected, as well as AICC Subcommittee Chairs and key representative to the AICC from other organizations.

Attendance is open, though non-members are required to pay a meeting fee. All attendees, regardless of membership status, must register before January 18, 2008 by sending an email to Anne Montgomery.

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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Authorware Survey: Final Data Available

The final data from the AICC Adobe Authorware End-of-Development Issues and Impacts survey is now available online. Thank you to the 68 representatives from various organizations and industries who completed the entire survey. Names, email addresses and organizations are not included in the published data. Reasonable attempts were also made to remove identifying information from free-form comments.

The final survey data is published as a Acrobat PDF, available from:

http://www.aicc.org/docs/misc/AICC-Report-Final-Aw_Impacts.pdf

A review an discussion of the survey results is expected to be held at the AICC Meetings in January 2008 in San Jose, California, USA. See the AICC Meeting Information page for additional meeting agenda information as it becomes available.

For the benefit of the community, we encourage use of the AICC Forum, Authorware Survey Discussions to both centralize and archive the discussions for maximum sustained impact.

Note: The Adobe Authorware End-of-Development survey is official closed and the survey URL is no longer active.


Regards,

Tom King
AICC Communications Chairman

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Friday, November 09, 2007

Preliminary Authorware Survey Results

The preliminary data from the AICC Adobe Authorware End-of-Development Issues and Impacts survey is now available online. Thank you to all those who have already responded. Names, email addresses and organizations are not included in the published data. This preliminary data is published as a Acrobat PDF, available from:

http://www.aicc.org/docs/working/AICC-Report-Redacted.pdf

Representatives from over 45 organization have responded, and approximately 25% of those organizations are involved in commercial aviation. Other organizations represented include: financial services, healthcare, higher education, manufacturing, military and defense, professional education, professional services and others.

The survey will remain open until November 16, 2007. Please consider completing the survey if you have not done so already. The survey is available at:

http://www.questionmark.com/go/aiccsurvey


Regards,

Tom King
AICC Communications Chairman

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