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ReadyGo and Articulate: Software for Rapid e-Learning Development by Tom Gafford

Highly regarded speaker Tom Gafford leads ReadyGo and Articulate: Software for Rapid e-Learning Development, tools that allow creating e-Learning web pages quickly and with minimum learning curve. He discusses the pros and cons of each tool and what features to look for in producing training web pages. This ASTD-LA virtual meeting takes place on Feb 28, 2007, Wednesday, from 4:30-5:30 PM PST.


Los Angeles, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/13/2007 --The American Society for Training and Development-Los Angeles Chapter commences ReadyGo and Articulate: Software for Rapid e-Learning Development, a virtual meeting of the chapter’s special division monthly assembly. The group’s discussion will focus on rapid development and delivery of training material as the big push in the e-Learning industry today. Tom Gafford, highly regarded speaker and experienced training developer leads the event.

Using two rapid development tools, READYGO and ARTICULATE, Gafford demonstrates how these tools will allow users to create e-Learning web pages quickly with minimum learning curve required for the use of these tools. The lecture also covers the use of pre-existing training material to produce e-learning training quickly. Gafford will also discuss the pros and cons of each tool, as well as the features users should look for in selecting a tool to produce training web pages.

The virtual meeting will be on Wednesday, February 28, 2007, from 4:30-5:30 PM PST. Participants may register by visiting For more information please send an email to or call (626) 930-0160.

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