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Off to DevLearn 2015

Kapp Notes

Excited to be headed to DevLearn with a group of 9 students from our graduate program. It is so much fun to bring people new to the field to the DevLearn Conference. The students will get to experience some amazing events. 1) Play to Learn: Designing Effective Games Workshop. We are excited to be part of a large event. ” and “What I Learned After College.”

Preview of Game Design Workshop at DevLearn

Kapp Notes

The other day I had a conversation with David Kelly of the eLearning Guild about a game design workshop Sharon Boller of Bottom Line Performance and I are doing at the upcoming DevLearn Conference in Las Vegas. Here are some of the paper prototypes workshop attendees have created in the past. Here is a short video of our discussion. Hope to see you there. Games

#DevLearn 2012: Kapp Presentation Resources

Kapp Notes

Wow, had a great 3 days at DevLearn, met some absolutely wonderful, fascinating and brilliant folks. Saw a bunch colleagues and friends, and had lots of fun in the Gamification Workshop. So the slides to the Gamification workshop can be found here. DevLearn presentation on Future of Learning from Karl Kapp. Pictures from the Gamification Workshop. 2006). 2005).

#DevLearn Schedule

Clark Quinn

As usual, I will be at DevLearn (in Las Vegas) this next week, and welcome meeting up with you there. Here’re the things I’m involved in: On Tuesday, I’m running an all day workshop on eLearning Strategy. Hint: it’s really a Revolutionize L&D  workshop ;).  I’m pleasantly surprised at how many folks will be there! There is a lot going on. Of course, there’s much more. A few things I’m looking forward to: The  keynotes :  Neil DeGrasse Tyson, a fave for his witty support of science. Beau Lotto talking about perception.

360-degree interactive video for learning explored at DevLearn

Sponge UK

NEWS: Using 360-degree interactive video to enhance workplace learning will be explored at a special session at DevLearn, North America’s leading learning technologies event. Award-winning elearning company, Sponge UK will be presenting an emerging tech workshop at the conference and exhibition in Las Vegas on Wednesday, November 16, 2016. Sponge UK’s Head of Learning Innovation, Kate Nicholls, is hosting the workshop. Registration for DevLearn is available via www.elearningguild.com. News 360 video DevLearn Elearning Guild emerging technologies innovation wearable

#DevLearn recap: Efficiency

NuggetHead

The word efficiency resonated with me all week while attending the Elearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference & Expo in Las Vegas. The pre-conference workshop I delivered on Monday was about being a better, efficient, elearning designer by documenting your process through storyboarding. The post #DevLearn recap: Efficiency appeared first on Nuggethead Studioz.

Looking forward to DevLearn

Kapp Notes

This year at DevLearn is going to be a busy one! First, I am doing a workshop with over 60 participants with Sharon Boller called “Play to Learn” we’ve had a wonderful time presenting this workshop before at various events and are excited to once again offer it at DevLearn. It promises to be a great deal of fun and high educational for the attendees.

#DevLearn 2013 Resources: Thinking Like a Game Designer

Kapp Notes

Had a great time at DevLearn, first doing a workshop with Sharon Boller and her crew from BLP. And then presenting on Five Things that Instructional Designers can Learn from Game Designers. Here are the slides and some resources from my presentation. Five Things Game Designers Can Teach eLearning Designers from Karl Kapp. Here are the five elements of thinking like a game designer.

Recently on the Learning Game Design Blog: GBL Picks, LGD Series Part 8, and Game Design Workshop

Bottom-Line Performance

August Learning Game Design Workshop Recap. Finally, we recently held a successful game design workshop here in Indianapolis and you can find the full recap here. See the powerpoint presentation from the workshop and read about the paper prototypes that were built. The Play to Learn workshop will also be offered at the Devlearn conference this year if you wish to attend!

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Event Recap: DevLearn 2014

E-learning Uncovered

Diane Elkins, Tim Slade, and I all attended the DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo this past week in Las Vegas. The workshop was based on our book, E-Learning Uncovered: From Concept to Execution.  For me, the best part about DevLearn is the opportunity to attend a variety of sessions and keynote presentations. This year’s conference was no exception.

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

I need new pencils for Sketchnoting DevLearn

NuggetHead

The Elearning Guild’s annual DevLearn Conference & Expo is by far the industry’s leading event. This year I’m teaching a preconference workshop titled Storyboard to Storyline , which is more about how the elearning authoring tool, Articulate Storyline , fits in the workflow of a project rather than the tool itself. That time of year is quickly approaching. Sketchnoting. Elearnin

#DevLearn Bound

Aaron Silvers

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. My very good friend, Dr. Alicia Sanchez (@gamesczar), asked me to help her with her workshop on Designing Serious Games for Maximum Impact. Tuesday, November 1. ” Wednesday, November 2. Thursday, November 3. 3pm, Thursday.

17 Awesome Resources on Micro Learning

Learnnovators

Schone and John Polaschek at DevLearn 2009) discusses how Yammer was shortlisted and implemented at Qualcomm for encouraging micro learning within the corporate environment. THE QUOTE: “ I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught. ”- Winston Churchill. THE JOURNEY: We, at Learnnovators, have been fascinated about micro learning or bite-sized learning. Use Cases.

Are You Going to DevLearn 2013? We Are!

Bottom-Line Performance

DevLearn is one of our favorite eLearning conferences, and it’s just around the bend… October 23 – 25 in Las Vegas. BLP will be at DevLearn in a big way this year. Sharon Boller is partnering with Karl Kapp to lead a pre-conference workshop on learning game design, their fourth session of the year. Are you going to DevLearn? BLP at DevLearn Demofest.

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New eBook: 77 Tips on Today's Hottest Topics from DevLearn Thought Leaders by News Editor

Learning Solutions Magazine

Every year the eLearning industry’s biggest names gather at DevLearn to share their knowledge. eBook, 77 Tips on Today’s Hottest Topics from DevLearn Thought Leaders, is filled with tips from 16 experts who will be. leading pre-conference workshops. The eLearning Guild’s new. Design & Development Tools Design Strategies Professional Development Project Management

DevLearn Post-Conference Resources

Knowledge Guru

We had a great deal of fun talking games and gamification at DevLearn 2013. Whether you attended Sharon Boller and Karl Kapp’s learning game design workshop , visited the Knowledge Guru® booth in the Expo, or attended our learning stage session on ways you can build your own games, we are grateful for the opportunity to connect and share with you. See the slides below.

I’m speaking at DevLearn 11

Onlignment

Well I’m going to be at DevLearn 2011 , a conference hosted by the eLearning Guild. I’ll be presenting a one-day pre-conference workshop entitled Designing Next-Generation Blended Learning Solutions on Tuesday, Nov. 1. I’m then running a session on The New Learning Architect on Friday, Nov 4. If you can’t be there, you can always read the books!

Trying out videos

Clark Quinn

DevLearn , the elearning conference I’ll be attending in November, has suggested adding videos to promote your talks.  I haven’t done much with video (though I did just do this <6 minute one about my proposed learning pedagogy), but I’ve found the ‘narrated presentation’ capability built into Keynote to be of interest, so I’ve been playing with it.

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Upcoming Workshop On Designing Effective Learning Games

Bottom-Line Performance

I’ve written quite often about our Play to Learn  workshop because, quite honestly, it’s an amazing experience. I sat in on the inaugural session (which was sold out) at ASTD ICE last May. BLP President Sharon Boller and Dr. Karl Kapp , who needs no introduction in the field of instructional game design, lead this workshop. A few spots still remain for the August 28th workshop.

Sharon Boller, Karl Kapp to Deliver Live Online Game Design Course

Knowledge Guru

Sharon and Karl have partnered several times before to deliver their popular “Play to Learn” game design workshop to sold out groups around the US. The workshop has been available to attendees at conferences such as ASTD International, DevLearn, Learning Solutions, Online Learning, and others. Learn more about the live workshop here. About Sharon Boller.

Quinnovation Fall 2016 Schedule

Clark Quinn

My fall  schedule is coalescing, so I thought I’d provide pointers to when and where I’ll be for the rest of this year: I’m doing two  webinars for a government agency, one at the end of August, and one at the end of September. I’ll be in Beijing running a mobile learning workshop on the 6th of September, and keynoting the CEFE conference on the 7th. Then, on the very last day of November, I’ll be running an elearning design workshop at Online Educa in Berlin. The week after I’ll be keynoting a private event in Connecticut. If so, say hi!

How to Create an Interactive Image Template

Rapid eLearning

Upcoming E-Learning Workshops & Events (2015). If you're in the area, it's a good workshop at a great price. I'm doing a pre-conference workshop on Storyline 2. Community-based elearning workshops focused on practical tips & tricks. Join David Anderson and me for a fun and active  hands-on workshop prior to Devlearn. Going to Devlearn?

ZebraZapps Official Launch at DevLearn - 60 Day Trial

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

The industry really got its first look at Allen Interaction 's Zebra during a party at DevLearn 2010 in San Francisco. would highly recommend attending one of their webinar/workshops to get you started as well. It's always great to see new tools coming into the eLearning market. We've all been hearing the buzz about it for a while now. But the official ZebraZapps product is now finally released and open for all to test, and start creating some eLearning content. You can login for a 60 Day Trial to check out all the great features. Let me know what you think

DevLearn, community, and connecting

Dave's Whiteboard

I spent last week at DevLearn 2015 , the eLearning Guild’s conference focusing on learning technology. DevLearn makes that pretty easy. The link above will lead you to descriptions of the pre-conference workshops, the co-located Adobe Summit , some 125  concurrent sessions … heck, just browse along the menu bar of the main page. Revisiting the past.

DevLearn 2009 - Ruth Clark's workshop on Scenario Based Learning

The Learning Generalist

Today was my second day at DevLearn 2009 and I must say its been a great investment this far. Today I sat through the workshop by Ruth Clark on the topic of "Scenario Based Learning" and I thought I could do a quick report on some things I learnt from the experience. conference devlearn scenario based learning training learning adult learningWhat did I learn? Teaching Moments

DevLearn 2009 - Ruth Clark's workshop on Scenario Based Learning

The Learning Generalist

Today was my second day at DevLearn 2009 and I must say its been a great investment this far. Today I sat through the workshop by Ruth Clark on the topic of "Scenario Based Learning" and I thought I could do a quick report on some things I learnt from the experience. Tags: conference devlearn scenario based learning training learning adult learning What did I learn?

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. hope one of the folks I talk to is you! design mobile strategy technology

Modelling

Clark Quinn

So, I found an interesting inconsistency.  I had to submit my deck for my DevLearn workshop on Cognitive Science for Learning Design last week, but oddly, for every thing I was recommending I had a diagram, except for the notion of using models. This is ironic, since diagrams can be used to convey  models.  It bugged me, so I pondered. And I  like diagrams. meta-learning

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!) That might seem like enough, but I’ll also be at Online Educa in Berlin at the beginning of December running an mlearning for academia workshop and seeing my ITA colleagues. and give a session on content engineering. At the end of October I’m down under at the Learning@Work event in Sydney to talk the Revolution. design mobile social strategy technology

What Instructional Designers Don’t Want to Hear

Rapid eLearning

Upcoming Events & Workshops. October : Las Vegas (Devlearn). I’ll be at Devlearn for a presentation on How to Make Community Part of Your Training. I love the weekly elearning challenges. They get us to do things we may not often do on our own. We get to practice new techniques and think through different ideas. We also get to see how others approach the same challenge.

Upcoming from Usable Learning – Fall 2015

Usable Learning

There are three spots left for the workshop.  I’m looking forward to it — it will be a chance to pull out my toolbox of best instructional design tools. Also fixing a few pesky typos: Instructional Design ATD Atlanta Design for how people learn devlearn online learning Second edition workshops Yes a second edition IS easier than writing a whole new book

Serious Game Evaluation Worksheet (Free Download)

Knowledge Guru

In the learning game design workshop that Karl Kapp and I offer (the next one will be at DevLearn 2014 ), the very thing we do is to play some games. A lot of people want to design learning games, aka “serious games.” If you do not play games, you will find it very difficult to design a great game. You experience different core dynamics and decide how fun they are.

6 Things You Can Do to Build Your E-Learning Skills

Rapid eLearning

In any case, don’t depend on the occasional conference or workshop. Upcoming E-Learning Workshops & Events (2015). Community-based elearning workshops focused on practical tips & tricks. Join David Anderson and me for a fun and active  hands-on workshop. Going to Devlearn? Community-based elearning workshops focused on practical tips & tricks.

Create an Interactive Course Using a Single Image

Rapid eLearning

used the free image to create an interactive course prototype for an upcoming workshop activity. Upcoming E-Learning Workshops & Events (2015). Community-based elearning workshops focused on practical tips & tricks. Community-based elearning workshops focused on practical tips & tricks. Going to Devlearn? Below is an example of the template in action.

Concrete and Contextual

Clark Quinn

I’m working on the learning science workshop I’m going to present at DevLearn  next month, and in thinking about how to represent the implications of designing to account for how we work better when the learning context is concrete and sufficient contexts are used, I came up with this, which I wanted to share. Regardless, then there should be expert oversight on feedback.

#DL10 - Reflections on DevLearn and other stuff

In the Middle of the Curve

As those who talked to me at DevLearn found out - I haven't had much blogging or eLearning mojo lately. couldn't decide whether DevLearn came at a perfect time or at the worst time. think I needed the time away from the office more than the fantastic information DevLearn provides. I was To the relief of my employers, I did manage to walk away with two things of value from the week (besides a reduction in burnout). 1) Biggest takeaway - as a profession, we need to be focused more on creating learning environments and systems and less on building courses or creating content.