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| | BRIAN DUSABLON
NOVEMBER 10, 2010 My DevLearn 2010 Experience (#DL10)
DevLearn 2010 was awesome. If you didn’t, here’s my review of the conference, a little about who I met, what I learned, and what I’m going to do. John Seely Brown set the tone for the conference. actually took his Power of Pull idea and applied it directly to DevLearn. don’t know about you, but, for me, most of these conferences have a lot of sessions that either turn into sales pitches, are not exactly what the speaker described in the session overview, or simply take too much time to get to the meat of the topic. Thank you, sir.
| | BOTTOM-LINE PERFORMANCE
NOVEMBER 13, 2012 DevLearn Thoughts: Is Game Based Learning Misunderstood?
We had a great time at DevLearn 2012 in Las Vegas. Since we were there in part to launch or Knowledge Guru™ learning game engine, we were especially tuned in to what was being said about learning games at the conference… and what other game based learning products were being shown. Sharon Boller introducing Knowledge Guru at DevLearn. Gamification. What do you think?
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| | AARON SILVERS
OCTOBER 30, 2011 #DevLearn Bound
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. have enjoyed seeing the conference grow over the past several years and once again I am both honored and humbled to be a part of it. It’s pretty much my favorite time of the year. Tuesday, November 1. 3pm, Thursday.
| | AARON SILVERS
NOVEMBER 12, 2010 The DevLearn 2010 Write-up #DL10
It took me a week to let the excitement settle from DevLearn and reflect. After learning from Brent about the kind of work that goes into planning DevLearn, how the vision translates into the event in which we participated both physically and/or virtually, my respect for Brent continues to explode. San Francisco is quite a backdrop to a learning experience like DevLearn.
| | E-LEARNING UNCOVERED
OCTOBER 14, 2011 mLearning DevCon 2011
I’m wrapping up my to-dos from mLearning DevCon , a conference I attended last week that was from the organizers of eLearning DevCon , but (as you might have surmised) geared toward m-learning development. 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. And now it’s time to look forward to a whole different conference experience soon!
| | THE LEARNING GENERALIST
NOVEMBER 13, 2010 Mobile Learning - 7 Interesting Patterns
Over the last two DevLearn conferences, the big buzz has been around Mobile Learning. think at the recent conference, it was pretty clear that mobile learning isn't exactly 'elearning on the move'. Podcasting and Portable Media At DevLearn, I had the pleasure of meeting Inge De Waard , who has really pushed the envelope of elearning by taking mobile learning to South America.
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AARON SILVERS Steer into the Fear
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011
I’ve had a remarkable couple of weeks starting with DevLearn
2011. The response from hundreds of attendees at DevLearn
to the causes I’ve championed, namely the revolution needed in learning technologies, has been humbling and validating as it became clear that not only do so many get what I’ve been talking about with things like Activity Streams, but that the organization I’ve come to represent is truly on the path to meeting the needs of the broader community. I’ve never planned a conference
-like event before. ” “Why?” MORE >>
AARON SILVERS July Fourth (#JFDid)
| MONDAY, JULY 2, 2012
With the spec effort kicking off in April 5, a community lit up quickly with real code to play with thanks to the huge kick-start from ADL
and Rustici Software (working through a BAA program from ADL
). lot of love went into creating that moment and to feel it reverberate throughout the conference
over the following two days… it was a great start to something really big. Related Posts: Reflecting on 2011 – Making Awesome Happen Writing Speaking R.I.P.: The One API Wrapper #DevLearn
Bound. Nine years ago on Wednesday, I received a phone call that changed my life. MORE >>
ONEHUNDREDFORTYWORDS ID in the Wild: Community Building with Kelly Meeker of OpenSesame
| SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011
OpenSesame lauched at DevLearn
2010 and when I heard about it, my first thought was, “That’s a business model that depends on huge community awareness and involvement; you can’t get the purchasers without the providers and you can’t get the providers without the purchasers.” That’s our wide approach, and on a more tactical level, we’ve done a lot of research on where people are in the physical world and where they’re hanging out in terms of conferences
people are engaged in and what we can do to be fun and take part in those conversations. Each has something to learn from. . MORE >>
AARON SILVERS Catching Up
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2012
2012 (8 hours) – October 30, 2012 – Las Vegas, NV. DevLearn
2012 has some particularly interesting things popping that I’m involved with. Along with Up to All of Us and Overlap12, Megan and I are running the DevLearn
Junto this year, basically disrupting the conference
officially and from within (which, as you know with me, is among my favorite things to do in the world). DevLearn
is going on from October 31 – November 2 in Las Vegas, NV. It’s been a busy few months since my last post here. iFest happened. So did BIF-8. MORE >>
CHALLENGE TO LEARN #LSCON 2012: trends
| TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012
Looking back on the Learning Solution conference
and digging through the back-channel, twitter and Map-Deck I tried to discover the latest trends that emerge from these tons of data. Were mobile was the buzzword at DevLearn
, it was replaced by HTML5 at LSCON. In previous conferences
you could pick up the sound of people who where proclaiming that Scorm is that or at least would die. And I was really surprised by the pace ADL
is moving forward with this. LSCON 12: Trends. The art of leadership, vision and choosing. clear trend set by the guild. Storytelling. MORE >>
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