Adobe Learning Summit
The Adobe Learning Summit 2012 provides a unique opportunity to connect with Adobe, learn the latest technology, and become an active participant in the community that’s shaping the future of eLearning. Join leading eLearning designers, developers, trainers, industry experts, and Adobe product teams in a collective explosion of information, imagination, and inspiration.
Adobe product team experts, industry luminaries, and customers will present insights and practical skills and discuss innovations for a successful organization-wide learning program featuring Adobe solutions.
The Adobe Learning Summit is co-located with DevLearn|12 and requires a separate registration fee.
What: The Fifth Annual Adobe Learning Summit
When: October 29, 2012 – 8:30a to 7:00p
Where: Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV
Who: Trainers, educators, eLearning directors, managers, developers, and
subject matter experts
Five Learning Tracks
Based on the theme eLearning on the Go, ALS 2012 will have five session tracks.
With communication, interaction, training, learning, and education changing rapidly, today’s eLearning professional needs to be future-ready to deliver eLearning anytime, anywhere.
Video has become a preferred medium for communication. Minimize the time, effort, and cost of producing and editing videos by doing it yourself without specialized equipment or training.
Create stunning eLearning and mLearning content has never been so easy! Create aesthetically appealing content using out-of-the-box assets and let your content stand out.
What you can’t track, you can’t improve. Easily track eLearning and HTML5-based content and gauge the effectiveness of your training content.
Learn useful eLearning development workflows, tips, and tricks from Adobe product teams and industry experts.
The So-Mo Revolution
Speaker: Dan Lyons
Tech Columnist at Newsweek
The two hottest trends in technology, social networking and mobile computing, are merging to create a mega-wave that Newsweek Technology Editor Dan Lyons calls “the so-mo revolution.” Dan’s job at Newsweek gives him a unique front-row seat for the latest up-to-the minute happenings in social media and mobile computing. In a lively presentation, he shows how you can navigate this complex, ever-changing new world. First, where should you place your bets? Which platforms matter, and which ones are fading away or will never get traction? And what about the device side – which mobile platforms are going to survive? Will Android overtake Apple? This opening keynote address is a must-attend for anyone who wants to harness the power of the so-mo revolution.
Adobe Learning Summit Program
|7:00a – 8:30a | Morning Break
|8:30a – 9:45a | OPENING GENERAL SESSION: The So-Mo Revolution by Dan Lyons
|9:45a – 10:00a | Break
Mobile learning and HTML5 demystified
Professional video production right from your desktop
Creating real-life learning experiences using rich media
Track learners’ performance on virtually any device or platform
Advanced eLearning sessions to enhance your professional skills
|101: HTML5 Basics: Jump-start Your mLearning Creation by Sarah C. Gilbert and Akshay Bharadwaj
||102: How to Make Better Video Tutorials and Screen Capture Walkthroughs by Kush Amerasinghe
||103: Rich Media Content: Using Audio, Video, and Advanced Imaging by Anita Horsley, and Jeff Harris
||104: Making Sense of Learner Data: Tracking Using an LMS by Kevin Siegel
||105: Advanced Actions and Variables: Beyond the Basics by Joe Ganci
|11:00a – 11:15a | Break
|201: Pause on Desktop and Resume on iPad: Mobile eLearning Workflow for Captivate 6 by Josh Cavalier
||202: Video Is Worth a Thousand Pictures: High-quality Video Creation Using Adobe Tools by Shameer Ayyappan and Joe Caplan
||203: Creating Stunning eLearning Content in Minutes: Using Learning Interactions and Actors by Dan Longhouse and Bryan Jones
||204: Multi-SCO Packager in eLearning Suite 6 by Allen Partridge and Steve Howard
||205: Extending Captivate with Widgets by Rod Ward and Tristan Ward
|12:15p – 1:30p | Lunch
|301: Creating Mobile Apps For iOS Devices by Dustin Tauer
||302: Creating Application Simulation Training by Viswanath Shivaswamy and John Daigle
||303: Corporate Branding: Using Customizable Themes to Create Consistent Content by Andrew Scivally
||304: Measure to Optimize: Using New Adobe Connect Classroom Analytics by Alistair Lee
||305: Harness the Power of eLearning Suite 6: The eLearning Dream Team by Allen Partridge and Kirsten Rourke
|2:30p – 2:45p | Break
|401: Mobile Virtual Classrooms: Revolutionize Learning by Taking It to the Streets by Randah McKinnie
||402: Studios, Streaming, and Pseudo-sync: Kaplan Test Prep's Use of Adobe Connect by Michael Palmer
||403: Best Practices of Virtual Training by Jacquie Beck
||404: Effortless Quizzing and Tracking Using SCORM by Akshay Bharadwaj and Mike Rustici
||405: All Action (No Marketing): Walk Out of the Room a Better Online Trainer by Peter Ryce and The Learning Explosion by Matt Murdoch & Treion Muller
|3:45p – 4:00p | Break
|4:00p – 5:00p | CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Ask the Adobe Experts
Panelists: Tridib Roy Chowdhury, Shameer Ayyappan, Justin Mass, Dr. Allen Partridge, Akshay Bharadwaj, Randah McKinnie, Rock Mitarai
During this moderated panel discussion, participants will have an opportunity to pose their questions to the Adobe experts. This is an opportunity to get a sneak peek into what is forthcoming and get a better understanding of innovation in eLearning content creation, enrichment, collaboration, and delivery.
|5:30p – 7:00p | COCKTAIL RECEPTION
Sessions subject to change.
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