e-learnmedia CAFÉ 2020

e-learnmedia CAFÉ 2020

1st of October 2020, Lindner**** Hotel Gallery Central, Bratislava



If at all possible, we hope that we will be able to meet in person.
Online attendance of the conference is available.



The world is changing and digital transformation is gaining momentum. Now more than ever, we witness how the technology can be helpful in times of unpredictable and sudden changes. What is the role of digital learning in the process of transformation and in the time of crisis? How can learning help employees cope with changes and use them as an opportunity? How to train employees today and prepare them for the training and work of the future? Let’s find answers together at e-learnmedia CAFÉ 2020.

Cookie policy

Our websites you are visiting process cookies. Cookies may be linked to your personal data. Therefore, we hereby inform you how we process them. These rules were established in order to explain the personal data protection and provide processing transparency, entering into force on 25 May 2018. If you happen to have any questions on how we process your personal data, you may contact us at or read our Privacy Policy.

Controller

The Controller means any person processing the personal data of the data subjects (your personal data). The Controller is the company of e-learnmedia, s.r.o., seated at Mlynské nivy 1711/71, 821 05 Bratislava, Company ID No.: 36 341 355, registered with the Business Register of the District Court of Bratislava I, Section: Sro, Insert No.: 99890//B.

What Are Cookies?

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Cookies usually do not contain any information identifying you. However, the personal data we store may be linked to the information stored in and acquired from cookies.

Types of Cookies

There are “permanent” cookies and “temporary” cookies. Permanent cookies will be stored in your web browser and remain valid until their defined expiration date. Temporary cookies will be deleted automatically after you close the web browser. You can delete all the cookies from your browser at any time. At the same time, you can turn off the use of cookies in your browser settings.

What Cookies We Use

We use the following cookie types at our websites:

  • Basic Cookies: They are necessary for operating our websites and we use them mainly for user authentication and security of our websites. The legal base of processing such cookies is our legitimate interest.
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Consent with Cookies and Administration of Cookies

In order to be able to use some cookies, we need your consent – similarly to the one mentioned in the previous section. You could have given us your consent when visiting our websites for the first time. Irrespective of your consent, you can still delete all the cookies or change the cookie settings of your browser or device.

The cookie administration methods depend from the browser and its version. You can find the current manuals for administration of cookies in the most common browsers here (some of them are in English): Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer, Safari, Microsoft Edge

We warn you that after deleting or switching off the use of cookies, our websites may not be displayed or work correctly or may not be accessible in full.

Next to the cookie use rules, we follow the personal data protection rules. You can find more about them here.