eLearning Conferences 2012

Tony Karrer

Past years eLearning Conferences 2011 , eLearning Conferences 2010 , eLearning Conferences 2009. The list focuses primarily on the use of eLearning, technology in educational settings and on teaching, learning, and educational administration. Please note that events, dates, titles, and locations may change; thus, CHECK the specific conference website. All Internet addresses were verified at the time of publication. Online.

eLearning Conferences 2012

eFront

You can contact him at: crwr77 [@] gmail.com This 26th version of the conference list covers selected events from four continents. The list focuses primarily on the use of technology in educational settings and on teaching, learning, and educational administration. > Please leave a comment if you would like me to include another eLearning Conference! All Internet addresses were verified at the time of publication. The 2010 website was [link] or [link].The

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New eLearning Tools Roundup – #ASTD2011

Learning Visions

I spent most of my time at ASTD ICE on the Expo floor. Our booth was in eLearning Alley – along with Allen Interactions, Articulate and the eLearning Brothers. There were a lot of new authoring tools on the show floor this year. Here’s a quick run down on the tools I checked out and some of the buzz: Articulate Storyline Tom Kuhlmann and Dave Anderson of Articulate were showing off their new tool, Storyline, which goes into beta this summer.

New Features in Lectora X.5 and New Resources on E-Learning Uncovered!

E-learning Uncovered

Two weeks ago, Trivantis released Lectora X.5, Here is a review of Lectora’s new functionality and new resources available now on E-Learning Uncovered. Fans of Lectora’s Flash games get a treat in this release. Six new quiz games have been added to the Flash Media Library: Crazy Cans, Dunking Booth, Horse Race, Mountain Climb, Slot Machine, and Walk the Plank. See them (and all the Flash Media Library games) in action on our Lectora Resources page.

GAMIFICATION – PLAYING AT (NOT) LEARNING

Wonderful Brain

When I first heard the term ‘gamification’* I had the sensation of a spider wiggling down my shirt at a picnic. It’s in the same league as ‘monetization’ and ‘level set’ and, ‘incubator’, words coined to make professionals sound, well, professional. For the most part, game playing aims at developing recall. For clarity, Games are well-crafted stories built in digital form with learning objectives frequently placing the learner in real life decision-making situations.

Profile of a learning architect: Tiina Paju-Pomfret

Clive on Learning

In this next profile, extracted from The New Learning Architect , we see another fine example of how a learning and development department has been able to break free from the confines of the face-to-face course to provide support for learning across multiple contexts. Rethinking formal ICT training Working alongside colleague Kerry Baker, Tiina has transformed ICT training at Bupa. learning architects

eLearning Conferences 2013

Tony Karrer

Past years eLearning Conferences 2012 , eLearning Conferences 2011 , eLearning Conferences 2010 , eLearning Conferences 2009. This year, he has cut down the list slightly to cover "selected events." As always, please note that events, dates, titles, and locations may change; thus, CHECK the specific conference website. Note also that some events will be cancelled at a later date, such as those in Tunisia and Egypt in early 2011.

Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

The Lectora 2017 Users Conference promises to be an exciting and engaging event. Here are the slides from my keynote (but no peaking until it’s over). As indicated in the keynote, all of the topics were not covered but, they are all covered here. What we missed on the mission is provide in the information below (and in the slides above). Here is the complete list of the information related to creating learner engagement.