OCTOBER 30, 2011
In what has become the seminal event of my year in learning for the past three years, tomorrow I arrive in Las Vegas for the annual DevLearn conference. What they may not know is that Project Tin Can was enabled as an research & development effort supported by ADL. Earlier this year, ADL published a wealth of material on what were called Future Learning Experiences.
Reflecting on 2011 – Making Awesome Happen
DECEMBER 30, 2011
2011 is about to wrap-up, and when I look back on the fullness of life that happened in this small period of time (and especially looking back at my reflection of 2010), I wonder how much bigger things can get… because 2012 is already shaping up to be monumental and I wonder how I will get out from the shadow that towers from this past year. year ago, we made the case to explore it. Quora].
mLearning DevCon 2011
OCTOBER 14, 2011
Last but definitely not least, Judy Brown’s keynote session introduced us to a wide range of ways mobile devices could be used for learning and also explored a case study on the ADL ’s forays into the field. The full report on the project will be available in December from ADL. I was pleased to bring two presentations to share, as well. Diane and I are gearing up for DevLearn 2011 in Las Vegas in a few weeks, so if you want to get in touch, please do at @dpelkins or @jkunrein. HTML5 Animations Using a Mac from Jeff Batt. We hope to see you there!
Best of the Best: Content Authoring Tools
NOVEMBER 14, 2011
It doesn’t output to HTML5, though. #8 Composica 4.0 - A winner in my book back in 2010 and still solid in 2011. The newest version adds an adaptive learning capability, which I saw first hand at DevLearn – it was extremely impressive and extremely rare in this space. SaaS based, easy to use and perfect for any skill set, although for hardcore e-learning developers they may be disappointed. #4 Kookabura Studios – Professional Presenter X – another fav of mine back in 2010 and still a strong player in 2011. Here are my criteria. An additional note.