Friday, January 09, 2009

DevLearn08 Favorite Sessions - Encore Performances ONLINE Jan 15 & 16

The eLearning Guild's January Online Forum is the best of DevLearn08 as voted by YOU, the audience.  Register NOW, here.

Yes, I'm biased, I know, but these sessions really were VERY good.  There's a little in the mix for everyone, no matter what type of training project you are currently working on.  I would highly encourage you to set aside these 2 days as career development for yourself and participate with your eLearning colleagues in these conversations.

Here's the lineup:

Opening General Session
Thursday, January 15 — 8:30a to 9:45a

  • Providing Learners with Feedback: What the Research Says…
    Will Thalheimer, Work-Learning Research

Concurrent Session Block 2
Thursday, January 15 — 10:15a to 11:30a

  • 201 | Game On!: Transforming Online Learning, One Game at a Time
    Andrew Kimball, Qube Learning
  • 202 | Deeper Instructional Design: Cognitive Science & How People Really e-Learn
    Clark Quinn, Quinnovation

Concurrent Session Block 3
Thursday, January 15 — 12:00n to 1:15p

  • 301 | The Making of a Blockbuster: Using Cinematic Techniques in e-Learning
    Laura Kratochvil, Northrop Grumman
  • 302 | Creating Outstanding e-Learning with Adobe Captivate 3
    Joseph Ganci, Dazzle Technologies Corp.

Concurrent Session Block 4
Friday, January 16 — 8:30a to 9:45a

  • 401 | Visually Thinking e-Learning
    Donna Safko, Mudpuddle Creations
  • 402 | The Bionic Brain: Learning, Technology, and Social Networks
    Sean Kearney, Patternhunter

Concurrent Session Block 5
Friday, January 16 — 10:15a to 11:30a

  • 501 | Elegantly Animated - Getting the Best from Animations in PPT-to-Flash Tools
    Paul Clothier, Accolo Inc.
  • 502 | A Better Way to Design and Build Immersive e-Learning
    Robert Penn, Suddenly Smart

Closing General Session
Friday, January 16 — 12:00n to 1:15p

  • Learning by Viewing vs. Learning by Doing
    Ruth Clark, Clark Training & Consulting

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


I just wanted to clarify where the event was taking place,