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 Breakfast Bytes

At DevLearn 2009, some of the most important learning you will do will come from your "Informal Learning" interactions with other conference attendees. So, if you want to optimize your opportunities for Informal Learning at DevLearn 2009, we encourage you to actively participate in Breakfast Bytes!

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Each morning you will have the option of joining one of more than a dozen focused “Breakfast Bytes" discussion groups. These facilitated discussions will enable you to meet other conference attendees in a relaxed, casual environment, so you can share your best practices, insights, and tips while learning from one another’s experiences. Breakfast Byte discussion group topics will be announced soon... 

 
Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 | 7:15AM - 8:15AM
Getting the Most Out of DevLearn09
with Heidi Fisk, The eLearning Guild
Mobile Learning: Challenges and Opportunities
Paul Clothier, Accolo, Inc.
Innovation Sharing: Are You Doing Something Unique?
with Randah McKinnie, Adobe Inc.
Content Localization
with Eric Sardual, JTI Inc.
5 Star Learning: Designing for Peer Review
with Erin Reilly, MIT
Guild Research: LMS Report
with Ellen Wagner, Sage Road Solutions
Workplace Learning Tools: What Works? What Doesn't?
with Kim Ziprik, The IQ Business Group
Simulations: When Do You Need One?
with Ken Spero, Humentum
Determining How and When Serious Games Will Make a Difference
with Alicia Sanchez, Defense Acquisition University
Social Learning
with Mark Oehlert, Defense Acquisition Universtity
Mobile Learning
with Judy Brown
Thursday, November 12th, 2009 | 7:15AM - 8:15AM
DevLearn Debrief - Sharing Key Learnings
Instructional Design: "You Do What for a Living?"
with Cammy Bean, Kineo
eLearning Guild LinkedIn Discussion Forum Meet & Greet
with Milo Dodds, Cisco Systems
3D Virtual World S.W.O.T (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
with Caroline Avey, ACS Learning Services
Learning 2.0: Application vs. Theory
with Mark Chrisman, T-Mobile
Facebook and e-Learning
with Don Pierson, Flypaper
Mobile Training Content and Products
with Leslie Kirshaw, WebAdvantage, Inc.
Help Learners by Embedding Assessments in Wikis, Web Pages and Blogs
with Jeff Place, Questionmark Corp.
Informal Learning: Making It Happen!
with Bob Mosher, LearningGuide Solutions
Women Keynoters & Presenters: Underrepresented, Uninterested, or Non-issue?
with Janet Clarey, Brandon Hall Research
Guild Research: User-Generated Content Report
with Ellen Wagner, Sage Road Solutions
Software Training: Making It Better
with Bill Wilson, Inner Harbor Partners
Selling Games to the Boss: How to Win Support for Games as Learning Tools
with Alicia Sanchez, Defense Acquisition University
Social Learning
with Mark Oehlert, Defense Acquisition Universtity
Mobile Learning
with Judy Brown
Friday, November 13th, 2009 | 7:15AM - 8:15AM
DevLearn Debrief - Sharing Key Learnings
Augmented Reality in eLearning
with Mary Myers
Overcoming Objections to eLearning
with Aaron Silver, Grainger
Losing that "PowerPoint look" in Articulate and Adobe Presenter
with Mark Simon, eClinical Solutions
LMS Roundtable: Organization Practices and Experiences
with Theme Grenz, iLearnOregon
Social Simulations
with Michael Tucci, UBS
Embedding Assessments in Wikis, Web Pages and Blogs
with Jeff Place, Questionmark
What Does Rapid Development Mean to You?
with Stephen Walsh, Kineo
Screencasting Best Practices
with Matt Pierce, Techsmith
Open Source Tools for eLearning Development
with Richard Culatta, Innovative Learning
Guild Research: Navigating the eLearning Metaverse Report
with Ellen Wagner, Sage Road Solutions
Learning Design: What We Can Learn from Hollywood
with Brandon Carson, Sun Microsystems
Mobile Learning
with Judy Brown
 

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