KasperSpiro.com

I'm on a mission to bring e-Learning to the next level. I'm passionate about learning, learning technology, innovation and change as a manager (CEO easygenerator) and blogger. My mission is to take e-Learning to the next level and make easygenerator the 'Next generation authoring platform'. I write about general eLearning developments, trends in learning and I will blog a lot on conferences I visit.

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#DevLearn 2018: The death of the Learning styles, microlearning, and Millennials

Back home after DevLearn 2018 and the one thing that stands out is the annihilation of three big learning buzzwords:¬† Learning Styles, Microlearning and Millennials. […]

Getting the Most out of Your DevLearn Experience

DevLearn kicks off on Wednesday, October 24. This is how I'm preparing to get the most out of this conference. Download the App and Create […]

#Devlearn 18: Curation morning buzz session

Morning buzz sessions are early morning informal gatherings about a certain topic with a moderator. The first one this year was a session on curation. […]

Julie Snyder #Devlearn keynote. What makes a story captivating?

Julie Snyder was the opening keynote at DevLearn18. I have mixed feelings about her presentation. It was a good presentation and a nice story about […]

#Devlearn: David Kelly. LMs, LRS, LXP and more

Interesting session by David Kelly. It contained also the buzzword for the DevLearn 2018: LXP. A "Learning eXperience Platform". This¬† new type of learning platform […]

What makes a good Learning eXperience Platform

A session about our latest buzzword LXP (Learning Experience platform) by Ben Betts. He states that we are leaving the era of learning and we […]

#DevLearn Gary Wise. Point-of-work, new ground zero for learning

Pretty impressive session by Gary Wise. He makes a big point that we spend 80% of our L&D budget on 2.3% of the work time. […]

#devlearn18 First day review

Looking back on the first day of Devlearn 2018. The first thing I noticed it has become bigger. I missed last year and in comparisson […]

#Devlearn. New guild reports presented

In this session, three new reports from the e-learning guild were presented. Jennifer Hoffman about blended learning, Steve Forman about learning platforms and Jane Bozart […]

#Devlearn master panel Learning technology, past present and future

An extremely cool panel made out of no less than seven e-Learning guild masters.

#DevLearn Email courses

This session was about a simple but rather cool idea sending out a spaced course via email. I think it is a cool idea if […]

When Technology is your Friend: Regaining Control of your Content

In today's digital learning boom, it's easy for university educators to feel like they're losing control of their own classrooms. As power shifts towards university […]

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