ATLANTA, GA, September 29, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Atlantic Link
a premier provider of server - based collaborative rapid e-learning solutions is pleased to announce that Dr. Richard Hyde will be presenting a lecture and overview on the topic of 'e-learning and Authorware Conversions' at the annual AICC Event
in Stuttgart Germany September 29 - October 2, 2009.
"We are very pleased to have this opportunity in working very closely with the AICC," said Mark Sharp, Vice President of Atlantic Link Inc. "We are committed to delivering Industry solutions unlike any other e-Learning vendor to the Airlines, Military, Higher Education and Commercial markets. We have been asked by the Communication Chairman, Mr. Tom King and the charter members of the AICC Communications Subcommittee to present, expand and help facilitate communications within the AICC industry regarding our conversion technology."
"Atlantic Link is a technology focused and driven organization at the forefront of e-learning for the Airline and Military industry[/url]," said Sharp. "We understand the importance of AICC demands to help inform the industry in creating guidelines to enable interoperability from different vendors. The rate of change of computer technology is unabated. The e-learning and Training Infrastructure Subcommittee will review existing AICC AGRs and technical papers for currency and prepare amendments to keep pace with changing technology baselines for formal approval and publication by the AICC general committee including new technology such as ours".
The desired goal of the Communications Subcommittee will also include:
• Develop Industry awareness of Atlantic Link
products and services
• Atlantic Links capabilities in Authorware conversions solutions.
• Develop standard formats for reports to maintain a briefing that can be given to other organizations to explain the purpose, charter, and accomplishments of the AICC.
• Inform the aviation industry of AICC activities by submitting articles to the aviation industry press and new e-learning solutions and technologies.
• Coordinate AICC activities with other aviation industry groups including the ATA, IATA, and AIA and coordinate AICC activities with standards-making groups affected by the AICC guidelines such as the ADL, IEEE, IMS, ISO and other international bodies.
• Coordinate AICC activities with rule-making bodies including the FAA and JAA.
• Use and promote web-based e-learning systems
"We are excited to have this opportunity in presenting an overview to key industry executives from around the globe". Similar solutions have already been proven and developed through the US and European markets. In a recent news article published in the Military press, Atlantic Link provided an overview of capabilities through a recent Military Award (GSA Schedule 70, Contract Number: GS-35F-0100V) for a project delivered to the Army ATEC Division, in providing Authorware Conversion solutions. "For those e-learning projects, we've converted (8) eight year old legacy Authorware Content and republished the material into robust and scalable e-learning solutions for the Army with Atlantic Link's development tool Content Point. This is a great testament to the power and depth of our collaborative rapid e-learning software."
In addition to the Authorware conversions, we also provide the ability with our premier partner, Interactive Advantage
capabilities in converting your old legacy training content. Your converted content will be AICC /SCORM compliant and it will be delivered in the format that you need. We will also offer the follow-up training and support to keep your team members, tools and development methods up-to-date.
About Atlantic Link Inc
GSA Schedule (Schedule 70, Contract Number: GS-35F-0100V)
Atlantic Link provides the world's most advanced rapid eLearning collaboration tools and is the first truly server-based tool for collaborative, remote course authoring. Atlantic Link's solutions have proven to be unique and very successful in both the commercial and Government markets. Their server based platform and authoring solutions are written completely in the latest Microsoft .NET technology; allowing organizations to produce quality e-learning up to 60% faster than with traditional e-learning tools.
For more information - visit: www.atlanticlinkglobal.com
About the AICC
The AICC develops technical guidelines and their related specifications. Since 1988, the AICC was formed out of a need for hardware standardization of CBT delivery platforms. The AICC has since branched into several other areas. This subcommittee will continue to seek ways of prolonging the life of CBT, currently by consideration of data and logic export for use in emerging systems such as Atlantic Link and their Authoring tool conversion technology. To achieve these objectives, the Training Infrastructure Subcommittee will work in association with the Training Technology Subcommittee as appropriate in the furtherance of the overall goals of the AICC.
For more information - visit: www.AICC.org