Monday, November 22, 2010

DevLearn 2010 - Reviewing The New Face of Learning

Thanks to everyone who made DevLearn 2010 such a huge success. Bill Brandon's recap of the event is a great reminder of it's success.

The eLearning Guild is already hard at work brainstorming DevLearn 2011 in Vegas at the Aria. I look forward to seeing you all again.


“Rather than simply recapping everything that went on (an impossible task), you’ll find links to what others said (and are still saying) about DevLearn 2010 in the rest of this article. And here are some more photos for you as well.”

Many
e-Learning professionals think of The
eLearning Guild’s

conferences as the intellectual equivalent of a meal with friends, a
feast of ideas. If you’re one of them, the DevLearn
Conference & Expo

might be your idea of that meal with a luscious dessert. With whipped
cream and a cherry on top.

With
a record 1,600+ e-Learning professionals attending, DevLearn
2010
continued the
tradition of being on the “cutting edge” of e-Learning.
This conference has become international in scope, demonstrating the
growing importance worldwide of advanced technologies in e-Learning.
This year, 9% of those attending came from outside the United States
– representing 29 different countries.

We
hope to see many of you in Orlando March 23-25, 2011 for the Learning
Solutions Conference & Expo (practical, proven approaches to
e-Learning design and delivery, what is being used now, plus some
theory and basics), in San Jose June 21-23, 2011 for mLearnCon
(mobile learning), and in Las Vegas November 2-4, 2011 for the next
DevLearn.

Read more at www.learningsolutionsmag.com
 

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