The DevLearn Conference and Expo is always a great event. It’s the largest event in North America dedicated to elearning, and has emerged as the “must attend” event for anyone that is interested in exploring how technology can be used to help people learn and receive support in their work.
This year’s DevLearn is even more special, as we celebrate the 10th year of this industry-leading conference. We have a number of special things planned for this year’s gathering, and we look forward to sharing information about them in the weeks and months ahead.
One of the ways we plan to celebrate the 10th DevLearn is to invite members of the eLearning Guild Community that have attended DevLearn to share their thoughts about what they love about the conference and why they come back year after year. It’s a great way to celebrate the milestone, and it also provides some valuable context for people that are considering attending the conference for the first time.
The blog series is called “What I Love About #DevLearn” and it kicks off July 24 with our first post from Guild Master Joe Ganci. We have a number of additional posts from industry leaders and various members of the Guild community planned, and will be publishing them regularly as we count down to what is sure to be the best DevLearn yet this October.
If you’re interested in contributing to the What I Love About #DevLearn blog series, please feel free to reach out to me for details.