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Applying robotics engineering into instructional design

At DevLearn this year, I gave a session on Advances in Robotics and How They Apply to Learning. I reviewed the participant feedback on the session and although mostly positive there was one main piece of feedback that I got … Continue reading

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Closing remarks at DevLearn

Here is roughly what I said or wanted to say as closing remarks at this year’s DevLearn: ————————– Its been an absolute thrill for me having chaired this year’s DevLearn. Having been involved in the process, having met all the … Continue reading

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Opening Address at DevLearn

For all those who are interested, here is what I said at the opening general session at DevLearn. Glad the ‘Challenge Speakers’ caught on. At a recent conference, a fellow attendee referred to me as unprofessional and insulting when I … Continue reading

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Why LEGO at DevLearn?

So  last year the eLearning Guild decided that I was going to chair the 2013 DevLearn Conference and Expo. One of the discussion points I had with the Guild was that as an attendee who was more than up to … Continue reading

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Program Chair for DevLearn 2013

I started edCetra Training in 2002. My first DevLearn conference? 2003. That was the first or second DevLearn conference ever. I met Heidi Fisk that year at some other conference where she convinced me to sell my wares at DevLearn. … Continue reading

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The Revolution: A Revelation from DevLearn

Let me set the stage here. Las Vegas…The Palms….trashy Chinese food….some of my favorite people talking about Learning systems and displaying their latest collection of “ts, ts” cards collected during their walking the strip. Neil Lasher is talking to me … Continue reading

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