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16215: Educating a New Generation on the Mainframe: What works, What Doesn’t and What’s Needed?

Thursday, August 7, 2014: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Room 319 (David L. Lawrence Convention Center)
Speakers: Reg Harbeck(Mainframe Analytics Ltd.) , Darren Surch(Interskill Learning) , Donald Resnik(IBM Corporation) , Bria Huber(Global Knowledge) , Eric Strause(Global Knowledge) , Cameron Seay, Doctorate, Educational-Psychology, Master's, Business, Information-Systems, Econimics(North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University) and Katherine Milan(Global Knowledge)

Once upon a time, mainframe education was all classroom and handouts. Then, there was basic CBT and lab-based courses and conference sessions. Then, online materials. Then online training and web-based CBT. And the journey continues. But is any of this working for you and the next generation of mainframers in your organization – and what would work even better? Join us for this moderated panel discussion, and share your insights and experiences as we look for better ways to develop new and future mainframers.

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