The infraNET Project and
Education Program for Software Professionals present ...
Distinquished Speaker Seminar Series
Trends in Technology-Based
Experiences at the Bank of Montreal
Malcolm Roberts, Eduardo
Alzamora-Celis and Sanjay Sharma
Institute for Learning,
Bank of Montreal
Thursday, April 30, 1998
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Technology will be essential in
providing the infrastructures to address the need for accelerated
learning and the systematic leverage of knowledge in the 21st century.
This presentation examines the ever-increasing pace of knowledge growth and
provides the context for the "nano-second" development
environment. The speakers will outline strategies and directions for
Distributed Learning and Performance Support used at the Bank of
Montreal. They will discuss applications of this work using technologies
such as interactive multimedia and the intranet/internet.
Malcolm Roberts is Bank of Montreal's
Director of Distributed Learning and Performance Support at the
Institute for Learning. He leads a team of designers, learning
technology professionals and project managers specialized in the fields
of distributed learning and performance support systems. The team's market-oriented approach
to solutions' design is both business-centred and user-centred.
Eduardo Alzamora-Celis is a Senior
Manager in the Distributed Learning and Support group with the Bank of
Montreal's Institute for Learning. He leads the Advanced Learning
Technologies team. The team is responsible for Design and Development
platforms, creating and managing learning delivery channels, and maximizing points
of access to learning within the organization.
Sanjay Sharma is a Project Manager and
Learning Technology Specialist with the Distributed Learning and
Performance Support group at the Bank of Montreal's Institute for
Learning. He is part of the Advanced Learning Technologies team. He is
responsible for the strategy and design of various distributed learning architectures
and platforms within the organization.
For more information
The infraNET Project
Computer Systems Group, University of Waterloo
This seminar is sponsored by The
infraNET Project and Education Program for Software Professionals
(EPSP). EPSP is a diploma program at the University of Waterloo that
offers courses on a basic foundation in Computer Science for software
The infraNET Project, initiated by the
University of Waterloo in 1996, is a partnership to advance Web and
Internet technologies. Its founding partners are: INFORIUM, MKS, Open
Text, RIM, Sybase (Waterloo) and Waterloo Maple.
We also gratefully acknowledge the
assistance of the Institute for Computer Research, University of