Advanced Learning Technology Trends Revealed - Metaari & Elearning! Magazine Host Web Seminar to Share Research Findings

The web seminar scheduled on Thursday, September 19th at 10 a.m. PST will reveal new research on enterprise learning adoption of advanced learning technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cognitive Learning and Gamification.

Phoenix, AZ, August 09, 2019 --( Elearning! Media Group, the producer of Elearning! Magazine, and Metaari, Inc. announced their “Advanced Learning Technology Trends Revealed” web seminar on Thursday, September 19th at 10 a.m. PST. New research will be revealed on enterprise learning adoption of advanced learning technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cognitive Learning, and Mixed Reality which combines Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. These technologies are rapidly transforming all aspects of work and play.

“Enterprises are leveraging advanced learning technologies in unique ways, and in partnership with their solutions providers,” says Catherine Upton, Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group. From Learning Experience Platforms to cognitive systems spurring employee productivity, the range of applications at play today is only the top of the iceberg,” concludes Upton.

Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, cognitive learning, gamification, robotics, virtual reality are changing learning practices. Which technologies are fads or favorites? The trends, adoption and commercial applications of advanced learning technologies will be revealed. This session is a research-based real-world look at emerging solutions and implications for enterprise learning.

In this session, advanced learning technologies will be defined. The enterprise adoption rates of advanced solutions will be revealed as well as the commercial applications. Adkins and Upton will identify which advanced learning solutions should be on your list of "must have" tools and which are “too early for prime time.”

“Market numbers are hard to come by… and Metaari does the best job I've seen of tracking global numbers and also major trends," reports Sue Bohle, Executive Director, Serious Games Association.

Attend the web seminar on Thursday, September 19th at 10 AM by registering at: All live day attendees will also receive a complimentary study titled, “Cognitive Learning Trends 2019-2023 Executive Report.” (Value $495)

Elearning! Web Seminar Series is an education program available to learning professionals across the globe. Topics from e-learning how to, industry trends, new technologies and industry research are addressed in these monthly sessions. To access on-demand web seminars, visit:

Speakers Bios
Sam S. Adkins is the CEO and Chief Researcher at Metaari. Sam has been providing market research onthe learning technology for over twenty-five years and has been involved with electronic training technology for over thirty-five years. Sam specializes in advanced learning technology research across several technologies including mobile, augmented reality, virtual reality, psychometrics, cognitive systems, simulation platforms, and game engines.

Catherine Upton is Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group. The 24-time award-winning magazine, Elearning! Magazine served the $243 billion learning and workplace technology industry. Upton launched the Elearning! brand in 1998 and has led the charge for delivering engaging, immersive learning experiences in business, education and government.

About Elearning! Media Group
Elearning! Magazine, e-magazines, e-news Alerts, websites, awards and events are produced by B2B Media Company, LLC. Elearning! Magazine is one in a family of 11 media products serving the $243 billion enterprise learning market. In combination, these brands reach up to 2 million executives and professionals who plan, evaluate and deploy enterprise-wide learning solutions across their organizations each year. To learn more, visit:

About Metaari
Metaari principals are well-known competitive intelligence experts in the global learning technology industry. Metaari was founded by the original members of the Advanced Knowledge Engineering team that built the Microsoft Online Learning Institute (MOLI), the world’s first international commercial eLearning business, which launched in 1995.
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Catherine Upton
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