Register today for the best of DevLearn 2017 DemoFest Webinar where you can learn about the winning solutions and what worked, lessons learned and gain some inspiration for your next project.
Get the most out of your conference experience by starting with this morning brainstorming session with award-winning eLearning expert Nick Floro. You’ll explore design trends and walk away with resources, tips, and techniques to help you build your next generation of learning.
Keynote: DESIGNING ELEARNING: THE FUTURE IS TODAY
Creativity and design thinking are essential for educators to provide engaging learning experiences. In this talk Nick will unleash your creativity showing how good design in everyday things can be a source of inspiration to spark ideas for new and better ways to teach with technology. You’ll get practical tips, see examples of new tools and learn about innovative design strategies that can be applied in simple ways to produce learning results without a huge team or budget. You’ll also hear about several trends, just around the corner, that all instructors and learning designers need to know to be an effective 21st century educator. Fasten your seat belts for a fast-paced and fun exploration of design for learning with technology.
Session: USING YOUR MOBILE DEVICE TO CREATE NEW LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Learn about amazing apps and new techniques for quickly creating, editing and delivering new course content using just your mobile devices to maximize learning. You’ll also learn how to best capture, record and share content via your mobile devices.
Workshop: eLEARNING EXPERIENCE DESIGN: TURNING IDEAS INTO REALITY
Learn the latest strategies, workflows, and tools for creating eLearning products using a prototyping design process. Get hands-on practice communicating a concept beginning with low-fidelity mock-ups; gather user feedback and translate into high fidelity prototypes before you start development. Come to this session with at least 2 project ideas for further development.
Join me at theFocus On Learning Conference on June 18th for a pre con workshop on Designing and Developing Game Apps for Learning. Learn more: https://www.elearningguild.com/sessions/session-details.cfm?session=8278
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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
This webinar showcases the award-winning projects presented at Learning Solutions DemoFest 2016, now available to all through this special online presentation.
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.
This session presented at ATD Techknowledge 2016 will provide you with the foundation and resources to get started in mobile design. You’ll learn best practices for designing for mobile learning, as well as what challenges you may face in platforms, frameworks, and technology, including smartphones versus tablets versus next-generation touch devices. In this session, the speakers will discuss and provide techniques for designing mobile apps that work—from sketching to prototyping. Learn about development tools and how to use HTML5 and CSS3 with responsive frameworks to create courses and apps that can be delivered to mobile and desktop devices.
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.
The power of games for learning is well documented, yet the thought of undertaking the design and development building of a game seems overwhelming due to the perceived cost and hours to learn how to do it. The time and the energy just seem too large of a barrier.
In this session, you will learn how to get started with designing and building your first mobile game and understand game design principles. You’ll learn about the tools and environment, and you will use GameSalad to create dynamic, drag-and-drop game-based content that you can test and play within your own browser or on a mobile device.
In this session, you will learn:
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
GameSalad, Photoshop, PowerPoint, HTML5.
Participant technology requirements:
Mac or Windows laptop. Download free GameSalad.com app to participate.
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.
There’s a growing interest in creating interactive digital books for learning. The challenge is that there are several publication formats and many different vendor applications to use to build an interactive book. Knowing which format and/or tool to use, when to use it, and what’s involved in creating your content in the format provided by the vendor can seem overwhelming.
In this hands-on session participants will learn the process for building eBooks using iBooks Author. You will explore the authoring environment and discuss the processes that are involved in building an eBook. You will discuss and apply the pluses and minuses of each file format using iBooks Author. You will leave this session with an understanding of the latest tools, gain an understanding of what each format offers, and discover how you can take advantage of it in your organization.