704 Moving Forward Faster with AR
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Wednesday, June 26
While augmented reality’s emergence as a technology is currently behind virtual reality, many would argue AR has much broader potential in the context of learning and development in the long term. We’ve begun to see examples of augmented reality used to support and build knowledge, but we’ve only just begun to scratch the surface of how we could use this technology for training and just-in-time support.
In this panel discussion you will learn from early AR adopters and explore the possibilities of AR both today and in the future. You will examine what we can do to move from AR speculation to application as individuals and organizations. You will also explore strategies to prepare yourself for how this technology will continue to evolve and refine over time.
Designers, developers, managers, directors
Sr. Manager of Programming
The eLearning Guild
Bianca Woods is a senior manager of programming for The eLearning Guild. With degrees in both art education and education media design and technology, she focuses on creating practical learning experiences that take advantage of the clarity and immersiveness that technology and good design can offer. Bianca has years of experience in education, including designing in-class courses, eBooks, eLearning, videos, and other media for BMO Financial Group; creating interprofessional collaboration content for Training Pirates; and working as a classroom teacher.
Director, Instructional Design Capability
Ann Rollins is a modern learning champion with more than 25 years of industry experience. At GP Strategies she provides direction, connection, and upskilling for 120 learning practitioners and managers to keep the practice aligned to industry. She envisions modern learning solutions that incorporate blended, social, curated, and mobile components, and crafts the upskilling efforts for L&D leaders and teams of global organizations. In her spare time, she fills the role of docent and host of GP Strategies' Innovation Exhibition, which shares the promise of learning innovation to audiences globally.
Sr Multimedia Learning Specialist
Destery Hildenbrand is a senior multimedia learning specialist at Collins Aerospace. Destery has over 15 years of experience in training and development for corporate and higher education. His main focus is creating immersive experiences to engage learners using augmented reality, virtual reality, and 360 video. As an event speaker, Destery spends his time encouraging others to expand their use of technology and to share their own stories in learning and development.
Senior L&D Specialist
Betty Dannewitz is a seasoned senior L&D professional with Ally Insurance. She specializes in AR and video content creation, soft skills facilitation, and is responsible for developing and implementing innovative coursework for the Ally Insurance Operations community. Betty is passionate about using her skills and talents to help people become better humans, and has spent the recent year finding ways to do that through AR and video learning.