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DevLearn 2014 Conference Review

eLearning 24-7

DevLearn.  wedding reception was in the same corridor as the DevLearn event.   Best Product at DevLearn 2014. One item I did not like was that at least at this point, they don’t believe in responsive for mobile. DevLearn 2014 had everything you could want or find in a Vegas event. DevLearn DevLearn 14 DevLearn 2014 DevLearn14 Greetings! 

#DevLearn Schedule

Clark Quinn

As usual, I will be at DevLearn (in Las Vegas) this next week, and welcome meeting up with you there. DevLearn is probably my favorite conference of the year: learning focused, technologically advanced, well organized, and with the right people.  If you can’t make it this year, you might want to put it on your calendar for another! design mobile social strategy There is a lot going on. Here’re the things I’m involved in: On Tuesday, I’m running an all day workshop on eLearning Strategy. Beau Lotto talking about perception.

A List of Interesting Mobile Learning Links

Upside Learning

Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps. While I haven’t blogged in a while, I continue trawling through my RSS feeds, seeing more and more references to mobile learning, mlearning, performance support, ‘just-in-time’ and so many other terms that make sense in that context. Mobile Learning Portal.

Mobile Time

Clark Quinn

At the recent DevLearn conference, David Kelly spoke about his experiences with the Apple Watch. This is similar to the way I’d seen Palm talk about the difference between laptops and mobile, I was thinking about the time you spent in using your devices. mobileBecause I don’t have one yet, I was interested in his reflections. There were a number of things, but what came through for me (and other reviews I’ve read) is that the time scale is a factor. Overall, however, I haven’t really found the tipping-point use-case. welcome your feedback!

#DevLearn 14 Reflections

Clark Quinn

This past week I was at the always great DevLearn conference, the biggest and arguably best yet. Marc and Steve carve up the world a little differently than I do, but we say similar things about what’s important. I am also pleased that  Mobile  interest continues to grow, as evidenced by the large audience at our mobile panel, where I was joined by other mLearnCon advisory board members Robert Gadd, Sarah Gilbert, and Chad Udell. If you want to get your mind around the forefront of learning technology, at least in the organizational space, DevLearn is the place to be.

Reflections on DevLearn’s xAPI Hyperdrive

MakingBetter

Still emanating from DevLearn two weeks ago, the buzz about the Experience API is resonating. xAPI is used in the app on mobile devices to communicate the data back to their LRS, and a back-end application mines that data to produce scoreboards. BTW – Chad’s new book with Gary Woodill is out — Mastering Mobile Learning.  . My former coworker, Mira Mendlovitz of W.W.

DevLearn Day 1

eLearning 24-7

Well back to another expo conference installment – this time it is DevLearn Day 1.  Gamification, badges – as in our product has the big “G” Mobile, including apps – mobile apps who wants one? Oh, and we also do mobile with tablets, smartphones, and then there was some HTML5 mentioned in many authoring tool products and some of the LMS vendors and a few e-learning tools. There seems to be a lot of vendors at DevLearn (and I saw it at ICE too) whose product is the anti-LMS. Tagged: DevLearn , DevLearn 2013 , elearning.

Summing Up DevLearn

WalkMe Training Station

DevLearn 2015 – Love Your LMS. This article will help you relive some of the best DevLearn moments, and for those who did not attend the convention – a sneak peek from it. The idea behind the badges is to answer the need of L&D tracking in the mobile world, where watching a YouTube video can be as enriching as a weeklong learning course. eLearning 2015 Trends Recap.

Tom Crawford: Design for Mobile The Ups and Downs of the Small Screen #devlearn @vizchef

Learning Visions

My live blogged notes from Tom Crawford, @vizchef, @viznetwork session at DevLearn November 3, 2011 in Las Vegas. The mobile market: Smart phones are growing; but not-smart-phones are still significant part of the market. So you could still do SMS and text and do good stuff with mobile learning. PC/laptop use is down 20%; mobile is 30% up. mobile devlearn

xAPI Camp – DevLearn 2015 is ONE DAY AWAY

MakingBetter

The first xAPI Camp at DevLearn, the first of four events we’re putting on hosted by The eLearning Guild , is nigh upon us. Last year was the first year there was an official xAPI Track at DevLearn and, together, we are upping that ante again (…in Vegas). They don’t have a booth at DevLearn, but Nick Washburn, the Director of Riptide’s Learning Division, will be with us on Tuesday and you should definitely give him a high-five. We are so happy that Andy Johnson and Craig Wiggins will be with us on Tuesday and throughout the week at DevLearn.

6 Mobile Learning Trends That Grew in 2012

Bottom-Line Performance

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you might have heard by now that mobile learning is no longer the next big thing – it IS the big thing. Here is a quick breakdown of the mobile learning trends you need to be watching. With such fantastic results in the K – 12 sphere, it’s no wonder mobile learning is seeing such rapid uptake in the workplace, too. 2. Bring

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DevLearn Reflections

Raptivity

Just back from DevLearn and still reeling under its effect, I thought it would be the perfect time to share my experience with everyone. Though team Raptivity has been a known face at DevLearn, it was my first visit, and my maiden chance to experience it live, and I must admit, I was bowled over. I was there with two other team members, for all three days of the conference.

The Latest: What consumers are seeking; plus video and mobile data

eLearning 24-7

DevLearn. Due a recent rib injury, I will not be at DevLearn this year.  Besides the usual of mobile and video (more on that in a sec), the biggest requests these days are for xAPI, custom domain control and LRS. I’m a total believer and supporter of the first two, but I still have privacy and security concerns when it comes to a LRS and specifically the data record. And I believe that by the end of 2016, you will see more vendors who have it.  In fact, I think you will see more vendors who include an LRS than those who have on/off synch with a native app for mobile.

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Top 10 Learning Technologies and Talks at DevLearn 2015

WalkMe Training Station

DevLearn is like being a kid in a candy store…for training and learning techies like us. Why DevLearn 2015? The annual DevLearn conference is the place to see demos of the best e-learning technologies on the market. You’ll also learn about various user-friendly features like seamless audio and video facilities, mobile friendly solutions and so on. 4.  WalkMe. GoAnimate.

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Authoring Tools- The DevLearn Experience

eLearning 24-7

Last week, I attended DevLearn. Not only was it quite present at DevLearn, but in general, this is one of the new “hot” items in the space. The assessment tools can be quite expansive and include mobile outputs. Surveys and Polls can be instant (via mobile). . authoring tools content authoring tool e-learning e-learning vendors elearning content authoring tools craig weiss DevLearn e-learning software e-learning tools elearninfo rapid content authoring toolsreadily admit that I was unsure what to expect. Anyone for Avatars? FT’s Aura product. 

5 Ways Tin Can API Revolutionizes eLearning

Bottom-Line Performance

” “Lionel completes level two of a mobile learning game on sales skills.” Tin Can API  (or Experience API) is receiving a ton of buzz… and looks to make a big splash at DevLearn 2012 as the spec nears version 1.0. Unchain the power of mobile devices. Mobile learning can, and should be better… and Tin Can allows that to happen. Hallelujah! 3.

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My tips for the DevLearn conference in Las Vegas

Challenge to Learn

DevLearn promises to be a great conference this year again.There is a very promising line-up of keynote speakers and other presenters. Session 110: PepsiCo: Bringing Learning to a Mobile Workforce. Mobile is becoming more and more important. If you are not attending DevLearn you can follow it through the back channel or the curated back channel by David Kelly ().

#DevLearn. Morning buzz session: WYSIWYG is dead

Challenge to Learn

But with the rise of mobile devices the responsive publications came. This morning I hosted a morning buzz session on WYSIWYG versus WYSIWYM. In a WYSIWYG environment you work as an author in an application that will show you the content in exactly the same way as the learner will see it. INstructional designers like this because it gives you control. You can determine per pixel where something will be. The publication software will determine, based on the device and screen size where to place content on the screen, so it will fit that screen. An interesting conclusion for me. Learning

BLP Teases Knowledge Guru Fall Release at DevLearn

Knowledge Guru

For us at BLP , that means it’s DevLearn season. DevLearn is the premier learning conference for emerging trends and technology. Our team has attended DevLearn for years to learn about the latest, greatest learning solutions before they “hit the shelves” for most of our clients. Follow the Action: Can’t attend DevLearn? Fall is in the air. More Info. Quick Tip

Learning Rebel Yell for DevLearn Technology: Tom Spiglanin

Learning Rebels

What were his thoughts about the technology side of DevLearn.  As displayed in the SnapGuide piece I put together immediately afterward the conference (Journey Through DevLearn)  https://snapguide.com/guides/journey-through-devlearn/  There was an app for that! First, it’s important to understand the DevLearn audience. Did you use the DevLearn App? Who knew? .

Using Augmented Reality for Contextual Mobile Learning by Jason Haag

Learning Solutions Magazine

This article expands on a session from DevLearn. and provides examples of how AR delivered on mobile devices is already providing support for. Blended Learning Development Strategies Emerging Topics Mobile Learning Augmented reality (AR) provides a view of the real world, with enhancement from computer- generated. input: sound, graphics, text, video, and GPS data. learning.

Donald Clark: Algorithmic/Adaptive Learning #DevLearn

Learning Visions

These are my live blogged notes from the opening session at this year's DevLearn, hosted by the eLearning Guild and happening in Las Vegas. Every student has a mobile phone – you have an umbilical cord for spaced practice. Forgive any typos and incoherencies. Donald Clark @donaldclark “Learning Prediction for 2015 and Beyond: Two Small Letters” Algorithms and predictive analytics – Netflix knows what you want to watch. It’s time to do the same for learning. Learning styles don’t exist. Don’t build your adaptive learning system based on them. They have no scientific validity.

What happened in Vegas, won’t stay in Vegas – thanks to #Devlearn

Tayloring it

I’ve spent the best part of last week in Las Vegas attending DevLearn 2012, so as is customary , I thought I’d provide you with a run-down of the sessions I attended but more importantly, the actions and key points of each session that stuck in my head that I feel are of benefit to the work I am doing now and anticipate being involved in in the future. Day 1. Day 2.

Four Resources from DevLearn 2015, DemoFest, and Adobe Learning Summit 2015 by Bill Brandon

Learning Solutions Magazine

These resources include mLearning hacks, strategies for designing virtual classroom events that ensure learning occurs, presentations of the winning DemoFest entries in 2015, and an eBook of tips from the DevLearn thought leaders. Design & Development Tools Emerging Topics Mobile Learning Training Strategies Virtual ClassroomsEnjoy!

Knowledge Guru™ Learning Game to Launch at @DevLearn 2012

Bottom-Line Performance

And we’re flying from our hometown of Indianapolis to sunny Las Vegas to do it at DevLearn 2012. BLP President Sharon Boller will be presenting on Knowledge Guru, and the results ExactTarget saw with the Knowledge Guru game we created for them, on Thursday, November 1st at 10 am on the Mobile Learning Stage. On the Mobile Learning Stage on Thursday, November 1st at 10 am.

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Atticmedia: Innovation in Action at DevLearn 2015 by News Editor

Learning Solutions Magazine

Atticmedia will be exhibiting at DevLearn in Las Vegas, Nevada from September 30 to October 2. Learning Media Mobile Learning Performance Support Training StrategiesVisitors who swing by booth. 342 will get the chance to explore learning innovation and discuss business opportunities with the Atticmedia team.

Fresh from DevLearn 2012: Mobile Learning

The Learning Dispatch

Fresh from DevLearn 2012: Mobile Learning Is there any e-learning trend bigger than mobile learning? I don’t think so and it was a hot topic at DevLearn. As a nascent delivery platform, there are many questions about how to use mobile devices effectively. Effective m-learning is not a translation of e-learning to a small screen.

Celebrating the 10th DevLearn Conference & Expo by Bill Brandon

Learning Solutions Magazine

Mobile learning was a. What were we concerned about in 2005? It was a different world in many ways. topic, but the devices were nowhere near the equal of what we have now. Social media was only a. faint dream. Technology, and our skill in using it, was just crossing the threshold of today’s reality. Here’s a look back, and a look forward. Design & Development Tools Learning Media Management Professional Development Training Strategies

17 Awesome Resources on Micro Learning

Learnnovators

We have been doodling about the possibilities this learning technique offers while developing cost effective and powerful mobile performance support solutions. Schone and John Polaschek at DevLearn 2009) discusses how Yammer was shortlisted and implemented at Qualcomm for encouraging micro learning within the corporate environment. Use Cases. Videos. Is There Value in Micro Learning?

DevLearn 2013

ICS Learning

If you’ll be at DevLearn this week, come on by and see us! The post DevLearn 2013 appeared first on ICS Learning Group Be our guest on the Expo Floor! Wednesday, October 23, 9:30a – 6:30p • Thursday, October 24, 9:30a – 3:00p. eLearning DemoFest Hours: • Thursday, October 24, 4:00p – 6:30p.

Agile Instructional Design

B Online Learning

At the recent DevLearn 2014 conference in Las Vegas, I attended a presentation on agile instructional design by Megan Torrance. Adult Learning Principles eLearning Design eLearning Development eLearning Strategy adult learning principles Articulate authoring tools design elearning eLearning course design instructional design mobile learning storyline

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Authoring Tool Trends

eLearning 24-7

It is a great component to mobile learning. Plus all the browsers support it, although some do a better job than others.  It is the future of mobile learning. To hear about my forecasts for 2014, you will need to attend DevLearn and my wonderful presentation – which will  include the top 10 authoring tools for 2013. authoring tools Trends authoring tool trends course authoring tools DevLearn rapid content authoring tools I loved Lucky Charms cereal. Not the cereal per se, but the marshmallows. But sadly they didn’t.  Remember Count Chocula ? Marshmallows.

I’m off to #DevLearn – would you like to come with me?

Tayloring it

Why not take a look at the sessions I’m attending and let know via the comments section below (please include the hashtag #DevLearn) if there’s anything you’d like me to enquire about on your behalf. event mobile Social Media DevLearnQuestion mark made out of coloured poins on a cork board. Taking Video to the Next Level. Image source.

Brent Schlenker kicking off #devlearn

Learning Visions

We hear about HTML5 and Mobile and….and…and… The word of the day is CHANGE. and…and… Brent asks Siri on his new iPhone “Siri, click Next.” Hilarity ensues! Brent, I don’t think that’s an appropriate design decision.”) We should always be asking – are we still relevant? We need to step up and take a look at what we do – how we use these technologies to have impact in all areas of our orgs. FIND the information you need to go back to your orgs and start making that change happen. We’re gonna start the morning looking bigger and broader – where is technology going.

How Twitter Changed the eLearning Community with Conversations

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The following year, DevLearn 2009, we were ALL IN with social media. In the early days I remember speakers being very upset about the audience looking at mobile devices and laptops during their presentations. Then Crazy Happened DevLearn 2009 - #lrnchat LIVE Participants I''m not sure how it all started. devlearn #lrnchat social media twitter Twitter launched in 2006.

eXact Learning Solutions Sponsors DevLearn 2015 by News Editor

Learning Solutions Magazine

of DevLearn 2015, the eLearning industry’s largest international exhibition. Design & Development Tools Learning Systems Mobile LearningThe digital learning content management business-solution provider eXact Llearning solutions is one of this year’s sponsors.

Where in the world is…

Clark Quinn

Then I’ll be hitting the always excellent  DevLearn  in Las Vegas at the end of September to run a workshop on learning science for design (you  should want to attend!) design mobile social strategy technologyIt’s time for another game of Where’s Clark?  As usual, I’ll be somewhat peripatetic this fall, but more broadly scoped than usual: First I’ll be hitting Shenzhen, China at the end of August to talk advanced mlearning  for a private event. and give a session on content engineering.

Speaking at the eLearning Guild's DevLearn

Will at Work Learning

I'm delighted to be attending the eLearningGuild's DevLearn conference in Las Vegas coming up in late September and early October.  .  . The eLearning Guild always puts on a great conference and I'm excited to learn the latest and greatest on elearning and mobile learning. This year, I'm going to be keeping my eyes out for examples of micro learning and subscription learning -- as I see more an more interest in smaller learning nuggets. Come join me 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, October 1. Learning Measurement Work-Learning Research

Supporting our Brains

Clark Quinn

One of the ways I’ve been thinking about the role mobile can play in design is thinking about how our brains work, and don’t.  It came out of both mobile and the recent cognitive science for learning workshop I gave at the recent DevLearn. design meta-learning mobileHowever, technology (camera, microphone, sensors) can recall it all perfectly.

Connect learning to the business: Learning objectives and action mapping

Challenge to Learn

I’m preparing my presentation for my concurrent session at DevLearn, Las Vegas. The trend is in the direction of workplace learning, social learning, mobile learning, just in time learning and performance support. hope to meet a lot of you at DevLearn. devlearn Action Mapping e-Learning Learning objectives Learning scenarios Return on investment Workplace learning

Mobile Learning - 7 Interesting Patterns

The Learning Generalist

Over the last two DevLearn conferences, the big buzz has been around Mobile Learning. While the thinking around this was far more mature this time around, a lot of the initial conversations still seemed to be around porting existing elearning courses onto mobile devices. Nor is mobile learning all about the iPhone, though the images on this post might make it seem like that.

eLearning Thought Leaders: Jane Bozarth – DevLearn Preview

eLearning Weekly

She lives on Twitter and Facebook whether online at a computer or connected through an app on a mobile device. Bozarth will be at DevLearn , November 3-5, so we thought it would be good to interview her as a preview to such an industry leading conference, hosted by the eLearning Guild. Tags: Interview eLearning DevLearn Governor Bev Perdue Jane Bozarth Social Media Twitter

Saying Good-bye to The eLearning Guild (but not leaving the Guild family)

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

But before I go into more about the new gig I want to use this blog post as opportunity to reflect on my time with The eLearning Guild, and why DevLearn 2012 is going to be AWESOME! The best part of being the Program Director for DevLearn has been meeting all of you. In all honesty, I will need y'all now more than ever :) DevLearn 2012 I currently plan on hosting DevLearn one last time. And knowing they trusted me enough to do so, was a blessing. I can honestly say that I've been excited about every DevLearn I've built. devlearn eLearning GuildTEACH.

Busy at #DevLearn 13!

Clark Quinn

Just looked at my commitments for the eLearning Guild’s always fun DevLearn conference, and I’m quite booked, all with fun and interesting stuff: My mobile design workshop kicks off: how do you take advantage of these devices? I’m doing two stages: a panel on the future on the mobile stage, talking ‘smart content’ on the emerging tech stage. I’m doing a session on L&D myths with Chad Udell. I’m part of a panel on the future of elearning. design mobile strategy technology hope one of the folks I talk to is you!

Updated E-Leaning Authoring Tools Comparison

E-learning Uncovered

The only notable change since my last comparison is in the mobile category. October 27, 2014 |  DevLearn Pre-Conference Workshop: E-Learning 101  | Las Vegas, NV. Uncategorized 508 Adobe Captivate analysis articulate Articulate Storyline Articulate Studio authoring tools captivate design development e-learning e-learning design eLearning lectora mobile resources