View and Download a copy of the DevLearn 2016 Presentation. Any questions, feel free to reach out and connect.
Do you feel like you’re not taking advantage of your tablet or smartphone outside of email, text messaging, and a couple apps? Mobile devices can be much more than tools to consume content and conduct conversations. Your mobile device is armed and ready to not only uncover learning opportunities but also help create them.
In this session, you will learn about several amazing apps that will provide new ways for you to explore, learn, and create new content for your learners. The session will examine the various ways you can not only move content on and off your device but also edit it. You will leave this session with new applications, ideas, and approaches to maximize the potential of your best device for learning today!
In this session, you will learn:
- How to take advantage of your mobile device
- New ways to be creative with your tablet and phone
- About new apps and tools to add creative splash to your content
- How to create, edit, and move content on and off your device
If you are attending DevLearn in 2 weeks, be sure to attend the HyperDrive event on Tuesday Nov 15, 3.30pm – 6.30pm. You’ll see several amazing examples of learning, and how creativity was used to help each specific audience.
DevLearn Conference & Expo 2016 – November 16-18, 2016 | Las Vegas, NV
If you haven’t played with app Flipboard, you should download the latest version for iOS or Android. It easily allows to select from hundreds of categories and web resources and then easily review them daily or weekly based on your schedule. The web version is also great when you are on your desktop station and want to check out the latest stories.
Great design inspiration in the layout, be sure to look at it on the phone and tablet in portrait and landscape to learn how it moves and reacts to the users preference. I use it several times a week.
iPad Pro Landscape:
iPad Pro Portrait:
If you are looking for a new smaller event where everyone sits down and works together to discuss, debate and learn about the latest in learning, check out this great event. Great discounts for teams as well. We’ve been participating in the presenting, sharing and learning for the past couple of years and its one of my favoritee events. It’s run by Jason Bickle, a friend, teacher and practitioner of creating great learning. Become part of the family. Check out the link below.
Set at the University of Utah in the Wasatch mountains, Learning DevCamp 2016, Collaboration and Learning for developers by developers. is a learning event dedicated to collaborating with both corporate and public educators on creating online learning programs and content. Our approach is simple. We work to present practical application of both instructional design theory and development tools/techniques.
From Training Magazines 2016 Conference in Orland this week.
Updated with the latest tools, resources and techniques to compress your media for optimal delivery to mobile and desktop devices. This session will provide an overview with everything you need to know about editing, preparing and delivering the highest quality video and audio to your audience. We’ll discuss techniques and interactivity that can be added as well as the latest standards and how you can take advantage of open source, free compression tools, as well as the latest applications for getting the smallest file sizes and the highest quality.
The needs of today’s organizations–and the organizations of tomorrow–are changing. In order to keep from falling behind the rapidly changing workplace, we need to take an in-depth look at the trends we should be focusing on to evolve our learning and performance ecosystems for the future.
This complimentary Best of Learning Solutions 2015 Webinar will explore the top-five trends and provide ideas and resources to create your own plan to get started in the process of evolving.
Join us on January 13 at 10:00 AM PT and learn where you should focus your efforts this year! In under 60 minutes, you’ll learn about the latest trends, where you can grow your skills set this year, how to help your organization and several new resources to get you started. It’s free so join us to get pumped and inspired!
Register today: goo.gl/9R7SLL hosted by eLearningGuild.
Minecraft just released a tutorial for Code.org that uses Minecraft to teach the basics of computer programming.
For this attending the Online Learning Conference on Tuesday 10.6, here’s a quick reference document to use back at your desk. This guide provides overview of 4 products. 060715s Prototyping Handout OnLineLearning
You can also download a presentation deck with additional materials at:
Download a copy of my presentation at the Adobe Learning Summit on creating Location based Learning for a mobile world.
Overview: In this session, you will explore how, using Adobe Captivate and HTML5, you can design and customize mobile learning content based on where your learner is located. You will learn what works and how to get started, and explore samples, tips, and recommendations for implementation with best practices. You will also check out a tutorial and sample file you can experiment with both at the conference and when you get back to your office.
Learn how changing technology, innovation, interactive gaming and e-learning all combine to transform a line of data on the screen into what is known as serious gaming. If kids love to spend hours on video games, why not make video games that teach? It turns out North Carolina is the gaming industry’s east coast hub. Watch as game designers demonstrate how to build a video game backed with higher level thinking. Ask students to use a computer simulation to model the impact of proposed solutions to a complex real world problem with numerous criteria and constraints on interactions within and between systems relevant to the problem.
Source: Game to Learn | Science | Classroom Resources | PBS LearningMedia
Great web based tool (a desktop version is available) to check your writings readability. Great for creating directions, help or just about any type of content. Provides a quick break down of paragraphs, sentences, words and characters as well as providing analysis on the writing level with Grade level analysis.
Great resource for writing: http://www.hemingwayapp.com
Great example of drawing, music and lyrics to create a catch, fun way for kids to learn about the states. My 10 year old was shown it in school as part of their Social Studies project.
Attend my BYOL pre-conference session on Launching a Mobile App: From Concept to Delivery at #mLearnCon on 6/9
Join me for a hands on session, June 9 at mLearnCon in Austin, Texas. You will learn how to plan, designing a prototype, testing your concept and what’s involved in delivering a mobile app with HTML5 and PhoneGap. A great way to understand whats involved, how to get started and great resources and information to get you on the road map of creating your own mobile content and apps.
Learn More @ http://goo.gl/zRo1mK
I’ll be attending and presenting at the upcoming Distance Teaching & Learning Conference August 11-13, 2015 in Madison, Wisconsin.
Learn more: https://dtlconference.wisc.edu/