Community Recommendations: Surprising Ways to Get the Most Out of DevLearn

Pick up your registration badge, check out the keynotes and sessions, wear comfy shoes… you probably have a sense of the basics you need for […]

Community Recommendations: Fun Things to Check Out in Vegas

The conference will likely be where you spend most of your time while at DevLearn, but in your off-hours there’s lots of other things to […]

Community Recommendations: Handy Travel Tips

Making your way to a conference is a whole adventure in itself. In this post, we reached out to some seasoned conference travel experts–our DevLearn […]

Countdown to #LSCon: Baratunde Thurston on Why Digital Storytelling Doesn’t Have to Be Boring

Baratunde Thurston will present a keynote at the 2019 Learning Solutions Conference & Expo on the topic of digital storytelling. I recently had the pleasure […]

What Makes for Truly Engaging eLearning? – Clark Quinn

This guest post from Dr. Clark Quinn explores how to make learning solutions more engaging and more importantly meaningful to the learners. Hint, it’s much […]

Video Can Bring Emotion and Perspective to Critical Content – Cherie Simmons

This guest post comes to us from Cherie Simmons, Account Executive, Storyboards Project Manager with Artisan E-Learning. She’s also a speaker at the Learning Solutions […]

Countdown to #DevLearn: Exploring What Makes a Captivating Story with Julie Snyder

At this year’s DevLearn Conference and Expo, we’re excited to welcome Julie Snyder who will share her experiences creating some of the most popular podcasts […]

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 […]

Countdown to #DevLearn: Exploring What Creativity Is with Lynda Barry

At this year’s DevLearn Conference and Expo, we’re excited to welcome Lynda Barry who will explore the wonderful world of creativity, art, learning, and try […]

Countdown to #DevLearn: Exploring Millennial Stereotypes with Jessica Kriegel

At this year’s DevLearn Conference and Expo, we’re excited to host Jessica Kriegel who will close out the conference with her keynote: Unfair Labels: Your Guide […]

Proposal Writing Tips From The 2018 eLearning Guild Advisory Board

If you’re looking for advice on how to write a fantastic conference proposal, then one good place to start is with people who have done […]

New Speaker Mentoring: Why You Should Be Doing It! – Myra Roldan

This guest post comes to us from Myra Roldan, an Instructional Designer at Amazon. She’s also an upcoming speaker at our 2018 Realities360 Conference, where she’ll be speaking about […]

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