DevLearn 2014: 7 Takeaways We Couldn’t Wait to Tell You About


Neil DeGrasse Tyson engaging the crowd on day 1 of DevLearn

Last week, the SchoolKeep team spent three days in Las Vegas attending DevLearn, the all-things-eLearning conference. We were joined by an impressive array of training and eLearning professionals from around the globe – even Neil DeGrasse Tyson made an appearance!

Our team attended a total of 24 sessions with the goal of soaking up as much of the conference as possible. Here we’ve summed up seven major themes that we observed throughout the conference. Enjoy!

1. Data collection, analytics and user testing will drive the eLearning development process

Using an Agile/Iterative approach to eLearning development

SchoolKeep Product Lead Julie Gill put it nicely:

“With agile, you’re trying to find the problems as soon as possible so you have ample time to fix and improve. You could get 6 months deep in a project without getting any user feedback and end up with something that doesn’t work at all.”

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