You've heard the hype, you've read the arguments, maybe you've joined in discussions or added a comment to the site. Now we're giving you the opportunity to ask the burning e-learning questions you want to ask - live at the H.O.T. conference next month.
We've brought together a top panel of experts and training professionals to discuss whether there's a future for e-learning in any form. It's an opportunity for you to ask whether they really think trainers will lose business, whether e-learning is actually worth investing in, how they think quality of content and design can be created and maintained, how you can avoid people switching off half-way through...
What's more, if you can't make the conference in person, you can ask Professor Stephen Molyneux of the Learning Lab, Wolverhampton University, Paul Kearns of Personnel Works, David Wilson from eLearnity Ltd, Jane Knight of Cisco Systems, Bruce Viney of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Hugh Lloyd-Jones of Network Training the questions you really want answered now.
Send an e-mail with your question to [email protected] and we'll make sure it gets asked!