Mark your calendars now for DevLearn 2016. Join us November 16 – 18, 2016, back at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV!
Back by popular demand, Hyperdrive returns to DevLearn this fall. Hyperdrive is a fast-paced, judged competition in which contestants give a short elevator pitch related to a project they are working on to a panel of industry experts. Each project is judged on its impact, sustainability, uniqueness, and other factors. This year’s Hyperdrive competition will focus on innovation, showcasing projects that are using technology and solutions to create new and exciting opportunities for learning and performance support. All DevLearn attendees are welcome to attend. Start your learning early. Don’t miss Hyperdrive, Tuesday, September 29, 3:30p – 6:30p!
Calling All Designers and Developers: Show Off Your Innovative projects
Are you pushing the boundaries of what learning and performance support looks like in your organization? Have you harnessed technology in ways most others have yet to consider? Share your examples of innovation in practice. Participating in DevLearn Hyperdrive is a chance to showcase your work—and your organization—to the entire eLearning community. Three winning projects will be featured during a special session during DevLearn.
Show us your innovations. Submit a proposal to participate today!
Submitting Your Hyperdrive Project:
- Hyperdrive submissions are open to all attendees of DevLearn 2015
- Your demonstrated project must be originally created content
- Only one submission per organization (vendors can co-present with clients on multiple submissions if each project is unique)
- For more detailed information about Hyperdrive submissions, visit our Frequently Asked Questions Page
Notification of Acceptance:
We will review your project and send you an email to let you know if your submission has been accepted. If your submission does not meet our requirements, we will give you feedback and the opportunity to re-submit your project.
If you have any questions or need more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the projects being presented at Hyperdrive:
Nick Floro, Sealworks Interactive Studios
PG&E Knowledge Connect
Kevin Reyes, Pacific Gas and Electric
How Did You Address the Challenge of Offline Learning?
Jason Zeilenga, Synegen
Tarun Mathur, Indegene
Mobile Performance Support System (MPSS)
Ravi Singh, Learnnovators
Building an Accessible xAPI-enabled Performance Support Site with WordPress
Brian Dusablon, Learning Ninjas and Sean Putman, Altair Engineering
Ed Watson, Autotrader
Predictive Analytics Reporting (PAR) Framework
Ellen Wagner, PAR Framework
Dick Estes & Steve Hoerner, Motivation Technologies
Stephanie Hyder, KPMG and Sue Donnelly, PathFinder Solutions
Getting Inside the Minds of Students to Revise Textbooks
Michael Windelspecht, Ricochet Creative Productions
Expansion of Training Using Object-oriented Design
Tim Vecchiarelli, athenahealth