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IBM Watson and the Return of Conversational Learning – Travis Waugh

This guest post comes to us from Travis Waugh, an instructional technologist for The Georgia Institute of Technology. He’s also an upcoming speaker at DevLearn 2018 Conference & Expo, where he’ll be facilitating a hands-on workshop on creating chat bots powered by IBM Watson. If you could give your learners a one-on-one conversation …

Presentation Roulette 2018

Learning Solutions 2018 – Presentation Roulette

Conferences are a fantastic way to build new skills, learn about new tools/techniques, and get inspiration. But they’re also a good place to meet new people and have a few laughs too. Last year we launched a fun evening activity called Presentation Roulette that was part presentation, and part improv …

Learning Solutions 2018 Mini Presentations. New speakers. 3 minute talks. Community favorite tools and resources.

New at Learning Solutions 2018 – Mini Presentations

Bringing in new voices to conferences is incredibly important. It ensures we’re getting a wide range of perspectives at the event, helps the conference to continue to feel fresh, and enables more of the community to participate and share. That said, when you’re someone who’s never spoken at a conference before, it’s not …

Choosing what conferences to attend

In an ideal world we could go to every single conference that we had even a passing interest in. Of course, that’s not quite how it works in the real world, and budget and time restraints often leave us needing to be quite strategic when it comes to choosing the …