Bring Your Own Laptop®
Bring Your Own Laptop® (BYOL®) takes learning to the next level. In these sessions you will bring your mobile device or laptop, with the software being discussed installed, and have the unique opportunity to learn hands-on, following along with an instructor step-by-step.
Session instructors provide step-by-step instructions going at the pace you need.
Files, graphics, and assets are provided for rapid development so you can focus on how to build.
Leave with a completed module on your own laptop that you can bring back for reference and to further develop your skills.
Sessions are available for those who are new to software or looking for a deep dive into advanced features.
BYOL: Adapt—Getting Started with an Open-Source eLearning Tool
Chad Udell, Float and SparkLearn
Steve Richey, Float
BYOL: AR2—The Augmented Reality Amazing Race
Cindy Plunkett, PointClickCare
Faith Boutcher, Baycrest Health Sciences
BYOL: Building a Mobile Course in Captivate in 60 Minutes
Phil Cowcill, PJ Rules
BYOL: Building an Adaptive Course in Storyline
Simon Blair, SimonBlairTraining.com
BYOL: Building Your 1st L&D Chatbot
Mathias Vermeulen, Winston Wolfe
BYOL: Creating Immersive Content Using Free Multimedia Tools
Derek Redmond, Baycrest Health Sciences
Mackenzie Moyer, Baycrest Health Sciences
BYOL: Engaging Tech—Getting Started with Augmented Reality
Destery Hildenbrand, Intellezy
Mark Banit, Royal Bank of Canada
BYOL: Lightboxes—4 Uses for Storyline’s Hidden Gem
Kevin Thorn, Artisan E-Learning
BYOL: Microvideo—Making Every Second Count
Josh Cavalier, JoshCavalier.ai
BYOL: Storyline 360 Time-Savers
Ron Price, Yukon Learning
BYOL: Teaching Machines—Personalized Learning Using Artificial Intelligence
Jose Mendoza, Sacred Heart University
BYOL: The Magic Behind Interactive Webinars
Karen Hyder, Kaleidoscope Training and Consulting
BYOL: Tips and Tricks for Creating Interactive Mobile Learning Courses with Captivate
Pooja Jaisingh, Icertis
BYOL: Using PowerPoint as a Photo Editor
Kristen Hull, Choice Hotels
BYOL: xAPI in Action—Implementing and Sending xAPI Data to an LRS
Jeff Batt, Learning Dojo