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When Simulations Work – Jenny Saucerman

This guest post comes to us from Jenny Saucerman, an instructional designer at Web Courseworks. She’s also an upcoming speaker at Learning Solutions 2018 Conference & Expo, where she’ll be facilitating a hands-on workshop on building branching scenarios. As instructional designers, we are constantly on the lookout for new educational tools. Some …

The Future of AI for Learning by Lauralee Sheehan

Today’s post comes from Lauralee Sheehan of Learnography, reflecting on her experiences at DevLearn this year. I don’t know if it’s because I recently saw Bladerunner 2049, but Artificial Intelligence (AI), operating systems, data sets and bots have been on my mind. This was the perfect convergence of inspiration at DevLearn 2017 when the …

My Experience as a Student at DevLearn—Andrew Murray

I had a great experience at DevLearn 2016, in Las Vegas. I was able to learn so much new information at the conference, such as: training using virtual reality, eLearning success strategies, and the importance of creativity. The keynote speakers, Penn Jillette, Maxwell Planck, and Tony DeRose, were great as well. They offered great insight …

Designing for Mobile First—Jeff Batt

This guest post comes to us from Jeff Batt, founder of Learning Dojo and upcoming speaker at DevLearn 2016 Conference & Expo. Learning is happening everywhere: on your desktop device, on your mobile device, and on tablets. How do you make sure your learning adapts to any screen size and …

How Much Shared Knowledge Is Too Much?—JD Dillon

This guest post comes to us from JD Dillon, principal learning strategist at Axonify, columnist for Learning Solutions Magazine, and upcoming speaker at DevLearn 2016 Conference & Expo. If you’ve attended a presentation on workplace knowledge sharing, you’ve probably heard the Mitchell Kapor quote “Getting information off the Internet is …