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About the Conference Archive
The Conference Archive provides access to content from eLearning Guild face-to-face events including handouts from most of the 300+ concurrent sessions we produce each year, as well as video recordings of select keynote presentations and some of the most-popular concurrent sessions from the Guild’s face-to-face conferences.
NEW! Video recordings from DevLearn 2012 Conference & Expo are now available, and going forward, we’ll be adding recordings from all Guild conferences.
Access to this conference content varies based on your membership level:
- Associates have access to all concurrent session handouts
- Members have access to concurrent session video recordings and handouts
- Member-Plus and Premium Members have access to keynote and concurrent session video recordings, plus handouts
Featured Conference Archive Content
Building eLearning Strategy for the Future: Nine Key Shifts to Watch
3.13.13 | Conference Archive | Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2013
American author Bruce Barton once noted, “When you’re through changing, you’re through.” This is certainly true for eLearning strategy. Just when you think you&rsqu . . .
Putting “Design” Back into Instructional Design
11.1.12 | Conference Archive | DevLearn 2012 Conference & Expo
In these modern times, a lot of eLearning courses instruct - but along the way, many developers have forgotten about the design part. People develop courses. They convert information. But . . .
Setting Your Performance Support Strategy
9.13.12 | Conference Archive | Performance Support Symposium 2012
We've talked about performance support for a long time. We've tried to get our arms around it, but found that it clashed with notions of what we were supposed to do - training and eLearnin . . .
Implementing Mobile Learning as a Strategic Force
6.19.12 | Conference Archive | mLearnCon 2012
The world's mobile worker population has passed the one-billion mark and will grow to nearly 1.2 billion people — more than a third of the world's workforce — by 2013, says a f . . .