Mark your calendars now for DevLearn 2016. Join us November 16 – 18, 2016, back at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV!
Kick-start your day—and your networking—with Morning Buzz, the popular early-bird discussions held each morning of the conference. This is your chance to grab a cup of coffee and meet other conference attendees in a relaxed, casual environment, so you can share your best practices, insights, and tips while learning from one another’s experiences.
Morning Buzz will take place each morning from 7:30a to 8:15a. In addition, each day there will be Morning Buzz areas set aside for those participating in the Docent Program as an opportunity to share and reflect on learning and discuss the itinerary for each day.
Wednesday, September 30
MB01—Daily Docent Kickoff
MB02—eLearning Project Management
MB03—Developing Your Learning Technology Infrastructure Strategy
MB04—Mobile Learning Innovations and Ideas
MB05—Getting Started with Gamification
MB06—Challenges in Educating External Learners
MB07—Exploring Mobile Authoring Tools
MB08—Learning Professionals: How Can We Do More with Less?
MB09—Best Tools, Resources, and Apps to Use in Everyday Production
MB10—Localizing Learning for Global Audiences
MB11—Learning and Performance Ecosystem: Making It Happen
MB12—Virtual Collaboration: Tips, Tricks, and Technologies
MB13—Increasing Your Market Value as an eLearning Developer
MB14—The Learning Exchange: Community Knowledge Sharing at The eLearning Guild
Jamie Lewis & Janet Clarey
Thursday, October 1
MB15—Daily Docent Kickoff
MB16—SMEs: Can’t Work with ’em, Can’t Work Without ’em!
MB17—Enabling the 70 in 70:20:10
MB18—Streaming Live Video for eLearning
MB19—Managing Stakeholder Feedback
MB20—Measuring the Business Impact of Learning Solutions
MB21—Leveraging Consumer Tech for Organizational Learning
MB22—Finding Design Inspiration
MB23—IDs: Moving from Accidental to Intentional
MB24—Navigating the Learning Ecosystem
MB25—xAPI and Your Organization: What’s Really Possible?
Anthony Altieri & Craig Wiggins
MB26—Opportunities for Micro-learning
MB27—Guild Academy: What Professional Development Do You Need?
Jamie Lewis & Janet Clarey
MB28—How to Write for Learning Solutions Magazine
Friday, October 2
MB29—Daily Docent Kickoff
MB30—Myths, Monsters, and Performance Support
MB31—Engaging Learners with Wearable Technology
MB32—Artificial Intelligence: Savior or Enslaver?
MB33—How to Make eLearning “Sticky”
MB34—Challenges of Implementing Virtual Training
Carol Munir & Adam Gagne
MB35—L&D: The Essential New Skills
MB36—Making Meetings Work for You
MB37—Placing Social at the Center
MB38—How to Write a Winning Conference Speaking Proposal