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eLearning Network Seeks New Chair


The eLearning Network (eLN), which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, is recruiting a new chairman.

Phil Green, who has occupied the post for the past two years, is stepping down.

Green said: "I joined the eLN committee in 1998, so I'm close to chalking up ten years of service. In that time I've seen the Network grow its influence from early days as TACT (The Association for Computer-Based Training) to pre-eminence today as the UK's leading organisation for everyone with an interest in technology enhanced learning. My work online on behalf of the CIPD and my Optimum Learning consultancy have all grown rapidly in the past 12 months.
These, together with an exciting new joint venture, will be the focus of my future activity."

The committee of the eLN is made up of learning professionals who "give back" pro bono some benefit to the Industry in which they make their living. Some committee members belong to organisations which use eLearning; some are suppliers and consultants.

The committee is currently considering applications for the roles of chairman and administrator, and any interested parties are invited to contact the eLN at


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