Mark your calendars now for DevLearn 2017. Join us October 25 – 27, 2017 at The Mirage in Las Vegas!
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Learning Stage: eLearning Tools
The eLearning Tools stage offers you an opportunity to explore tools and technologies for all types of technology-delivered learning. Sessions will focus on the potential and limitations of various tools and technologies. Learn from industry gurus, hear lively debates, and get insights from panels of experts. The stage will highlight techniques and best practices that will help you to develop your highest-quality eLearning.
Here are some of the sessions you will see on this stage:
Speeding up Your Workflow with Articulate
Arlyn Asch, Articulate
Seven Killer Tricks to Effortlessly Cut Down Development Time in Captivate
Anita Horsley, CALEX Learning Consultants
Serious Game Authoring Tool ITyStudio: Discover the New Release!
Thibaut Yven, ITycom
Using Adobe Spark Video to Create Microlearning—All from Your iOS Device!
Aleli Anderson, JetBlue University
Quality Assurance Strategies for eLearning/mLearning Deployments
Mark Simon, HiMark Solutions
The Great Free Tool Giveaway
Tracy Parish, Parish Creative Solutions
Optimizing Your Content in a Digital and Mobile World
Rick Johnson, VitalSource Technologies
Got Game: Getting Started with Gamification
Stephanie Daul, Independent
Mira Mendlovitz, Medline Industries
Building Responsive HTML5 eLearning for Smartphones and Tablets
Mike Alcock, Instilled
Have That? Try This! WordPress as an LMS
Melanie Meyers, Justice Institute of British Columbia
Krista Lambert, Justice Institute of British Columbia
Learning Together: Training the Collaboration Generation with Versal
Carlos Cuadra, Versal
Five Featured Learning Stages at DevLearn
DevLearn offers five educational stages that run throughout the event for anyone attending the conference—with either a full-conference or an Expo+ registration. Select from a wide range of presentations, discussions, and demonstrations from industry experts and suppliers.
Don’t miss the other exciting DevLearn stages: