Mark your calendars now for DevLearn 2017. Join us October 25 – 27, 2017 at The Mirage in Las Vegas!
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DevLearn is the conference that is shaping what’s next—both for our industry and for you as a professional. The Advanced sessions at DevLearn focus on the skills needed to take your current projects to new heights, and on the skills necessary to support the work we need to do tomorrow.


BYOL: Captivate Can Do More than You Think—Leveraging JavaScript with Captivate
Mark Kutz, PLS 3rd Learning

Flash Is Dead! Long Live Animate
Thomas Toth, dWeb Studios

Take Storyline to the Next Level with jQuery, JavaScript, and JSON
Michael Raines, ICF International

Wearable Learning: Connecting People to Capability
Vidya Krishnan & Diogo Julio, Ericsson North America

The Neuroscience of Design for Virtual Learning
Joe Pulichino, Senior Vice President, Training & Awareness, Navex Global

Ten Practical Pointers for Working with Diverse Stock Images
Trina Rimmer, Articulate

Copyright Trends and Finding Media Gems
Barbara Waxer, Santa Fe Community College

Using the xAPI to Collect Learning Data from Simulations
Jon Aleckson & John Ehringer, Web Courseworks and Chad Jackson, American College of Chest Physicians

The Quantified Learner: Using Wearables to Enhance Training
Mathias Vermeulen, Winston Wolfe

Adding Adaptive Learning Principles to Your eLearning
Rebecca Lucas & Tim Buteyn, ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

BYOL: Optimizing Your Learning for Mobile with jQuery Mobile
Jeff Batt, Learning Dojo

Designing and Developing Effective UX for Mobile
Scott McCormick, Float

Applying Web Design and Usability Standards to eLearning
Lisa Crowe & Danielle Kunce, KPA

The xAPI: The Swiss Army Knife for Your Learning Environment
Robert Gadd, OnPoint Digital

UX Process—What Can You Learn and Leverage?
Jean Marrapodi, Applestar Productions

Getting Started with Design Thinking
Laurie Burruss,

Research Says: Current Research to Inform Practice
Stevie Rocco, Penn State University

Building a Learning Ecosystem: What You Need to Know
Darren Nerland, Microsoft and Ryan Gunhold, DLI

Talk to the Elephant: Design for Behavior Change
Julie Dirksen, Usable Learning