What’s Your Mission at #DevLearn 2014?

Avoid Getting Lost In Space With This Session Breakdown

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Editor’s note: Gary would like to thank Dana Bell for her help with this article.

DevLearn 2014

Going to a conference is a lot like going into space. While it’s not exactly rocket science, you may find yourself orbiting the stars at the conference, or just chasing junk that goes whizzing by.

To help you out, Float has decided to provide a set of missions for those attending DevLearn 2014. We want to help orient you to the best coordinates to accomplish the task that you’ve been sent to do.

Should you choose to accept, here is your list of missions to choose between:

  1. Astronaut In Training (beginners),
  2. Rocket Scientist (instructional material developers/designers),
  3. Space Station Repair Team (techies),
  4. Mission Control (managers and executives),
  5. New Spaceship Designer (innovators/future development),
  6. Mission Debriefing (evaluation and assessment),
  7. Space Tool Designer (media, authoring tools, new apps),
  8. Mission Specialist (educators, trainers), and
  9. Space Walkers (sessions specifically on mobile).

 

With these missions in mind, let your mobile space exploration begin.

Several of us at Float Mobile Learning will be there attending and presenting sessions. As usual, you can come by our booth #508 in the exhibit area and say hello.

If you’d like to set up a brief discussion with one of Float’s mobile learning experts, contact us immediately.

 

Astronaut In Training (beginners)

Astronauts in training at DevLearn 2014 have never been in this conference space before. They don’t know that the kind folks at the eLearning Guild know that they may be lost in space, and have therefore set up special training sessions just for them, including the Docent Program. If you are one of those persons, report to the chief trainer at any or all of these sessions:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Mon., Oct. 27 P01 eLearning 101: Everything You Need to Know to Get Started Diane Elkins, Tim Slade
Tues., Oct. 28 P06 Programming 101 for eLearning Developer Mark Lassoff
Tues., Oct. 28 P19 Getting Started with Immersive Learning Koreen Pagano
Wed., Oct. 29 113 The Top 10 Research Findings in Games Alicia Sanchez
Wed., Oct. 29 114 The eLearning Guild Research Overview: The xAPI for the Non-developer Andy Johnson, Jason Haag, Patti Shank, Steve Foreman
Wed., Oct. 29 213 Subject Experts as Course Developers: Tools, Templates, and Support Chuck Barritt
Wed., Oct. 29 304 Gaining Business Leadership Support: eLearning as a Capitalized Investment Ajay Pangarkar
Wed., Oct. 29 309 Intelligent Learning Design: Redefining Blended Learning Sarah Thompson
Wed., Oct. 29 311 Developing a Mobile Learning Strategy for Workers on the Go John Stathakos
Thurs., Oct. 30 401 Data Privacy in Learning: Content and Character Gail Edington
Thurs., Oct. 30 407 Game Design for Learning Joseph Fournier
Thurs., Oct. 30 410 Practical Applications of the Serious eLearning Manifesto Michael Allen
Thurs., Oct. 30 416 Exploring Video and eLearning Best Practices David Demyan
Thurs., Oct. 30 516 Getting Introduced to Moodle: How to Design Your First Course Rupinder Kaur
Thurs., Oct. 30 611 Implementing Performance Support with Limited Resources Carol Stroud
Thurs., Oct. 30 614 The xAPI for the Non-developer Sean Putman
Fri., Oct. 31 708 Creating a Social Learning Ecosystem Bryce Wescott
Fri., Oct. 31 714 Roadmap for the xAPI: Questions and Answers Aaron Silvers
Fri., Oct. 31 803 Getting Started with Mobile Learning: What You Need to Know Sarah Gilbert
Fri., Oct. 31 812 Using an Event Producer to Ensure the Success of Your Online Events Karen Hyder
Fri., Oct. 31 814 Is Now the Time for the xAPI? You Decide! Neil Lasher

 

Rocket Scientist (instructional material developers/designers)

Rocket scientists are those people who use the latest materials available to build space objects that can be seen on large black glass slabs known as monitors, tablets, or smartphones. These developers and designers know a lot about the learning space, and therefore have special sessions that are commensurate with their needs. You’ll find them tinkering with new instructional ideas at these sessions:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Thurs., Oct. 30 GS2 How Perception Shapes the Universe of the Mind Beau Lotto
Tues., Oct. 28 P06 Programming 101 for the eLearning Developer Mark Lassoff
Tues., Oct. 28 P08 Designing and Adapting eLearning projects to Real-world Constraints Tracy Parish, Trina Rimmer
Tues., Oct. 28 P09 Demystifying Media Usage in eLearning Nick Floro
Tues., Oct. 28 P12 Using Experience Design to Develop Simulations Ken Spero
Tues., Oct. 28 P20 User-experience Design for eLearning – from Prototyping to Usability Julie Dirksen
Wed., Oct. 29 F3 Matching the Right Learning Content with the Right Learning Strategy Karl Kapp
Wed., Oct. 29 104 Collective Digital Storytelling: Learning in the 21st Century Terry Mroczek
Wed., Oct. 29 105 Something Old, Something New: A Fresh Look at ID Allison Rossett
Wed., Oct. 29 109 Accessibility 101: How Inclusive Are Your Course Designs? Lory Woods, Tisha Radcliffe
Wed., Oct. 29 110 Avoid Death by PowerPoint via Simple Game Software Simulations Mike Bray, Sara Dickens
Wed., Oct. 29 204 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Gamification Enzo Silva, Lauren Fernandez, Omar Zaki
Wed., Oct. 29 205 Don’t Let Your Interface Get in the Way of Your User Tanya Seidel, Tim Slade
Wed., Oct. 29 207 The Five Best Design Practices for Virtual and Blended Learning Jennifer Hofmann
Wed., Oct. 29 212 How to Integrate a Disruptive Embedded Performer Support Methodology Gary Wise
Wed., Oct. 29 215 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Interactivity in Captivate Joe Ganci, Pooja Jaisingh
Wed., Oct. 29 305 Going Under the Hood of Responsive Design Mark Lasoff
Wed., Oct. 29 307 Creating Learning Games That Scale Ryan Alm, James Hill
Wed., Oct. 29 313 Is the IT Group Giving You a Hard Time? It May Be About to Get Worse. Steve Howard, Neil Lasher
Thurs., Oct. 30 404 Bustin’ Down the Silos: Using an LCMS to Manage Learning Content Ted Henning
Thurs., Oct. 30 407 Game Design for Learning Joseph Fournier
Thurs., Oct. 30 410 Practical Applications of the Serious eLearning Manifesto Michael Allen
Thurs., Oct. 30 413 Creating a Process Flow for Designing and Developing eLearning Caryn Nadeau, Cheryl Stuart
Thurs., Oct. 30 505 Designing User-friendly Navigation for eLearning Nicole Legault
Thurs., Oct. 30 509 When Remembering Really Matters Sharon Boller
Thurs., Oct 30 510 Top Tips for Responsive eLearning Instructional Design Cammy Bean
Thurs., Oct. 30 601 Gamification vs. Game-based Learning Andrew Hughes
Thurs., Oct. 30 603 Fad or Fab? #FlatDesign Is Now Trending Tracy Parish
Thurs., Oct. 30 604 Innovative eLearning for Multiple Stakeholders Shawn McGinniss
Thurs., Oct. 30 610 Ten Things eLearning Developers Can Learn from Software Developers Jason Rimmer
Thurs., Oct. 30 613 Instructional Design for eLearning vs. for Instructor-led Training Tara Roe Medeiros
Fri., Oct. 31 704 Introduction to eLearning for the Responsive Age Karen Blades
Fri., Oct. 31 709 Using Gamification to Achieve Targeted Performance Levels Yuna Buhrman, Margaret Wells
Fri., Oct. 31 711 Bite-sized Learning: Chop, Blend, Serve! Rachel Hutchnson, Terry Copley
Fri., Oct. 31 716 Behind the Scenes – Building Scenario-based eLearning Pooja Jaisingh, Nancy Reyes
Fri., Oct. 31 804 Using Innovative Technology to Support Successful Distance learning Programs Marcel Messier
Fri., Oct. 31 806 Social Learning 102: Beyond the Basics Aisha Taylor
Fri., Oct. 31 807 Fixing eLearning’s Ugly Problem Matt Murdoch, Treion Muller
Fri., Oct. 31 808 Copyright, Creativity, and Compliance: A Painless Guide to Finding Media Barbara Waxer
Fri., Oct. 31 810 Adapting eLearning to the Social Organization Karen Burpee
Fri., Oct. 31 816 Tips and Tricks for Creating Your eLearning Visuals on the Cheap Tracy Parish, Trina Rimmer

 

Space Station Repair Team (techies)

The space station repair team arrives with a big toolbox and speaks in funny jargon that almost nobody else can understand. Are they from another planet? They tend to form clusters around diagrams with lots of arrows and strange symbols. But, if you are one of them, you will want to go to these sessions to meet others of your kind:

Wed., Oct. 29214Seven Surprising Ways the xAPI Can Improve eLearning DesignIan Huckabee, John Delano

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Fri., Oct. 31 GS3 Viewing Workplace Technology Through a New Lens Belinda Parmar
Tues., Oct. 28 P17 Strategic eLearning: Revolutionizing Performance Support and Innovation via Technology Clark Quinn
Wed., Oct. 29 114 The eLearning Guild Research Overview: The xAPI for the Non-developer Andy Johnson, Jason Haag, Patti Shank, Steve Foreman
Wed., Oct. 29 302 Unleash Skynet: Building a Simple AI to Increase Engagement Brian Savoie
Wed., Oct. 29 308 Google Glass and the Future of Mobile Learning Ruth Haddon
Wed., Oct. 29 310 Ignite! Meme-ing the Future of Learning David Kelly, Joe Ganci, Jane Bozarth, Cammy Bean, Chad Udell, Jeannette Campos
Wed., Oct. 29 314 How Sears Built a Competency Reporting System Using the xAPI Ali Shahrazad
Thurs., Oct. 30 409 Alice in Techland Myra Travin
Thurs., Oct. 30 411 The Internet of Things – Applications in eLearning Shrikant Pattathil, Maheshkumar Kharade
Thurs., Oct. 30 414 xAPI Hyperdrive Showcase Aaron Silvers
Thurs., Oct. 30 504 What Is CMI-5 and Why Should You Care? Art Werkenthin
Thurs., Oct. 30 514 Content Wrangling: Applying Content Strategy and Information Architecture Aaron Silvers, Megan Bowe
Thurs., Oct. 30 614 The xAPI for the Non-developer Sean Putman
Thurs., Oct. 30 616 Building Custom xAPI-compliant HTML5 Courses Using jQuery Mobile Jeff Batt
Fri., Oct. 31 712 Learning in the Cloud: What Do Learning Platforms look Like in the Future? Darren Nerland
Fri., Oct. 31 814 Is Now the Time for the xAPI? You Decide! Neil Lasher

 

Mission Control (managers and executives)

Nothing would be sent into learning space without mission control. Personnel in mission control tend to be older folks who have been there before, and are therefore entitled to a desk job. If you have a managerial position in the learning space, keep these sessions on your radar screen:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Wed., Oct. 29 F2 Badges: New Currency for Competencies and High-value Credentials Anne Derryberry
Wed., Oct. 29 P04 Project Management Focused on Performance Lou Russell
Tues., Oct. 29 P11 Adapting Agile Project Management for Instructional Design Megan Torrance
Tues., Oct. 29 P18 Integrating Mobile Learning and Games into Your Learning Strategy Brenda Enders
Wed., Oct. 29 102 Using Iterative Development for Better Project Management Megan Torrance
Wed., Oct. 29 106 Interactive Video for Training: Secrets of Success Cass Sapir, Ty Marbut
Wed., Oct. 29 112 Membership Has Its Privileges Shawn Rosler
Wed., Oct. 29 202 Learning from Marketing – eLearning Engagement for Self Directed Learners Eric Oakland
Wed., Oct. 29 203 Designing For When It Matters Clark Quinn
Wed., Oct. 29 210 Practical Uses of Intelligent Structured Content Robert Christie
Wed., Oct. 29 211 Full-cycle eLearning Project Management Tips Lieve Weymeis, Rick Zanotti
Wed., Oct. 29 212 How to Integrate a Disruptive Embedded Performer Support Methodology Gary Wise
Wed., Oct. 29 314 How Sears Built a Competency Reporting System Using the xAPI Ali Shahrazad
Thurs., Oct. 30 411 The Internet of Things – Applications in eLearning Shrikant Pattathil, Maheshkumar Kharade
Thurs., Oct. 30 412 Adding Support to an Employee Performance Ecosystem Frank Nguyen
Thurs., Oct. 30 506 What Corporate Learning Can Learn from the MOOC Experience Lisa Minogue-White
Thurs., Oct. 30 507 How to Maximize the Impact of Blended Learning Through SME Partnerships Jason Melillo
Thurs., Oct. 30 512 An Internal Training Program Heard Around the World on Twitter Valerie Norvell
Thurs., Oct. 30 513 Building Solid Requirements: Asking for What You Want Grant Hansen, Anthony Altieri
Thurs., Oct. 30 605 The Impact of Wearable Technology on Performance Support David Kelly
Fri., Oct. 31 701 MOOCs as a Catalyst for Institution-wide Improvement and Excellence Robert Kearns, Nathan Poole
Fri., Oct. 31 702 Transform Users into Contributors: Kaplan’s Path to User-generated Content JD Dillon
Fri., Oct. 31 706 Show Your Work: A Management Perspective Jane Bozarth
Fri., Oct. 31 710 Implementing an LMS in SharePoint 2013 with ShareKnowledge Matthew Smith, Keth Crotty
Fri., Oct. 31 805 L&D Jurassic Park: If You’re Not Predator, You’re Prey! Mark Oehlert, Brent Schlenker

 

New Spaceship Designer (innovators/future development)

Successful space missions require a lot of planning and problem-solving. Not only do you have to know about the technology of today, but you have to look ahead to what is emerging as new tools and ideas that allow learning space to expand. Your mission is to find sessions that are truly innovative and point toward the future. Here are some suggestions:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Wed., Oct. 29 GS1 Science Literacy and the Future of Work Neil Degrasse Tyson
Wed., Oct. 29 F1 How Technology Is Changing the Future of Education Allison Rossett
Wed., Oct. 29 103 Using Book Clubs and Online Debates for Engagement and Learning Janet Syed
Wed., Oct. 29 206 Five Trends Leading to the End of LMS Kasper Sprio
Wed., Oct. 29 302 Unleash Skynet: Building a Simple AI to Increase Engagement Brian Savoie
Wed., Oct. 29 308 Google Glass and the Future of Mobile Learning Ruth Haddon
Wed., Oct. 29 310 Ignite! Meme-ing the Future of Learning David Kelly, Joe Ganci, Jane Bozarth, Cammy Bean, Chad Udell, Jeannette Campos
Thurs., Oct. 30 504 What Is CMI-5 and Why Should You Care? Art Werkenthin
Thurs., Oct. 30 608 Is Interactive 3-D the Next Big Thing in eLearning? Terry Leger
Fri., Oct. 31 712 Learning in the Cloud: What Do Learning Platforms look Like in the Future? Darren Nerland
Fri., Oct. 31 801 The Innovative Future of Video Learning Scott Edwards

 

Mission Debriefing (evaluation and assessment)

Personnel in charge of mission debriefing tend to ask a lot of questions, develop surveys, polls, and questionnaires in their efforts to assess the impact of each mission. At DevLearn 2014, these sessions are the most relevant to your concerns:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Wed., Oct. 29 107 Readying Your Organization for the eLearning Revolution: Analytics Glenn Bull
Wed., Oct. 29 213 Subject Experts as Course Developers: Tools, Templates, and Support Chuck Barritt
Wed., Oct. 29 306 Big Data: Training Needs You Don’t Know About But Have Already Captured Matthew Casey
Wed., Oct. 29 312 Inspiring Motivation in eLearning: Self-determination Theory in Practice Kristianna Fallows
Thurs., Oct. 30 402 Eight Smooth Steps to eLearning Evaluation Andy Whitaker, Margie Johnson
Thurs., Oct. 30 502 More Than Numbers: Data, Analytics, and Design Sean Putman, Janet Laane Effron
Thurs., Oct. 30 606 Guerrilla Evaluation: Closing the Feedback Loop Julie Dirksen
Fri., Oct. 31 707 Big Bad Data: How to Clean Up the Mess Adam Weisblatt
Fri., Oct. 31 713 Using Practical Technology for a 360-degree Practicum Kythrie Silva, Barbara Davis

 

Space Tool Designer (media, authoring tools, new apps)

Learning space exploration requires the use of many different tools, including videos, authoring tools, new apps, and of course, heads-up displays. If new tools for learning is your thing, check out these sessions at DevLearn 2014:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Mon., Oct. 27 P03 Using Articulate Storyline to Build Assessments, Scenarios, and Simulations Ron Price
Tues., Oct. 28 P07 Creating Excellent eLearning and mLearning in Adobe Captivate Joe Ganci
Tues., Oct. 28 P10 Using Articulate Studio ’13 to Build eLearning with Quizzing, Interactivity, and Video Stefanie Lawless
Tues., Oct. 28 P13 Building Responsive HTML5 Interactions Using Adobe Edge Animate Jeff Batt
Tues., Oct. 28 P15 Building Advanced eLearning Using Storyline Variables and Conditions Ron Price
Wed., Oct. 29 115 Building Interactive Slides in Storyline Stefanie Lawless
Wed., Oct. 29 116 Build a Mobile Roleplay in an Hour with ZebraZapps Steve Lee
Wed., Oct. 29 201 Cloud-based or Desktop: Which Authoring Tool Is Right for You? Paul Schneider
Wed., Oct. 29 210 Practical Uses of Intelligent Structured Content Robert Christie
Wed., Oct. 29 216 Using Storyline to Build 508-compliant Courses Ron Price
Wed., Oct. 29 315 Ten Tips and Tricks for Stretching Lectora Rebecca Goldberg
Wed., Oct. 29 316 Variables: What Every New Storyline User Wants to Know Kevin Thorn
Thurs., Oct. 30 406 The Top 10 Authoring Tools of 2014 – and the Forecast for 2015 Craig Weiss
Thurs., Oct. 30 415 Enhance the Effectiveness of Quizzed Using Adobe Captivate Lieve Weymeis
Thurs., Oct. 30 416 Exploring Video and eLearning Best Practices David Demyan
Thurs., Oct. 30 501 Building Responsive Mobile Content with Adobe Captivate 8 Shawn Scivally
Thurs., Oct. 30 508 How HTML5 Is Changing Today’s eLearning Nick Floro
Thurs., Oct. 30 515 Combining Audio Design and Storytelling for Compelling eLearning William Chinda
Thurs., Oct. 30 516 Getting Introduced to Moodle: How to Design Your First Course Rupinder Kaur
Thurs., Oct. 30 612 Give Your eLearning an Animated Makeover Michael Schwind
Thurs., Oct. 30 615 Adobe Connect – Using Layouts for Engaging Virtual Training Cindy Huggett
Thurs., Oct. 30 616 Building Custom xAPI-compliant HTML5 Courses Using jQuery Mobile Jeff Batt
Fri., Oct. 31 703 Add Screencasting to Your eLearning Toolkit Mike Baron
Fri., Oct. 31 705 Be Your Own eLearning Voiceover Artist Charles Jones
Fri., Oct. 31 715 Using Less.js for More Manageable Style Sheets Amy Som, Molly Burke
Fri., Oct. 31 809 Flipping Talking Head Video: Making eLearning Active Karl Okamoto
Fri., Oct. 31 811 Let’s Talk About MOOCs: Using Massive Open Online Courses for Learning Michael Reedy
Fri., Oct. 31 812 Using an Event Producer to Ensure the Success of Your Online Events Karen Hyder
Fri., Oct. 31 815 Building Responsive Custom HTML5 in Adobe Edge Animate Jeff Batt

 

Mission Specialist (educators, trainers)

Perhaps you are mission specialist who has a specific job in the learning space. After all, somebody has to do the actual work of exploration and knowledge dissemination. If you are one of the front-line people in learning and development, these sessions are designed for you:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Thurs., Oct. 30 GS2 How Perception Shapes the Universe of the Mind Beau Lotto
Tues., Oct. 28 P14 Applying Brain Science to Improve Training and Change Behavior Art Kohn
Tues., Oct. 28 P21 Play to Learn: Designing Effective Learning Games Sharon Boller, Karl Kapp
Wed., Oct. 29 F1 How Technology Is Changing the Future of Education Allison Rossett
Wed., Oct. 29 F4 Building a Learning Ecosystem: A Holistic Approach to Learning and Performance Marc Rosenberg, Steve Foreman
Wed., Oct. 29 F6 How to Make Community Part of Your Training Tom Kuhlmann
Wed., Oct. 29 108 Getting New Sellers’ Feet on the Street with mLearning Robert Gadd, Mira Mendlovitz
Wed., Oct. 29 111 Change Your Delivery Strategy: They’ll Love Your for It! Tricia Ransom
Wed., Oct. 29 209 When Responsive Training Isn’t Enough Chris Van Wingerden
Wed., Oct. 29 301 Corporate MOOCs: Adapting an Academic Model for Corporate Learning Judy Albers
Wed., Oct. 29 303 Making an Engaging eLearning Video with Great Audio Stephen Haskin
Wed., Oct. 29 307 Creating Learning Games That Scale Ryan Alm, James Hill
Wed., Oct. 29 309 Intelligent Learning Design: Redefining Blended Learning Sarah Thompson
Wed., Oct. 29 312 Inspiring Motivation in eLearning: Self-determination Theory in Practice Kristianna Fallows
Thurs., Oct. 30 401 Data Privacy in Learning: Content and Character Gail Edington
Thurs., Oct. 30 403 Immersive Learning: They Did It, So Can You! Koreen Pagano
Thurs., Oct. 30 405 Using Simulations to Capture and Deploy Experience Joe Ganci, Ken Spero
Thurs., Oct. 30 408 Using Enterprise Social Networks to Create a Virtual Learning Environment Yvonney Huth
Thurs., Oct. 30 409 Alice in Techland Myra Travin
Thurs., Oct. 30 506 What Corporate Learning Can Learn from the MOOC Experience Lisa Minogue-White
Thurs., Oct. 30 511 Training Knowledge Workers Virtually at the World Bank Darlene Chrostopher
Thurs., Oct. 30 602 Building Online Training to Promote Learning Transfer and Behavior Change Art Kohn
Thurs., Oct. 30 604 Innovative eLearning for Multiple Stakeholders Shawn McGinniss
Thurs., Oct. 30 609 Ending eLearning Loneliness: Synthesizing Social Learning and eLearning Benjamin Carmel
Fri., Oct. 31 701 MOOCs as a Catalyst for Institution-wide Improvement and Excellence Robert Kearns, Nathan Poole
Fri., Oct. 31 708 Creating a Social Learning Ecosystem Bryce Wescott
Fri., Oct. 31 710 Implementing an LMS in SharePoint 2013 with ShareKnowledge Matthew Smith, Keth Crotty
Fri., Oct. 31 802 Increasing and Measuring Helpful Expertise in Retail Chris Barker
Fri., Oct. 31 813 Applying K-12 Strategies and Technology in Corporate Learning Urbie Delgado

 

Space Walkers (sessions specifically on mobile)

Finally, if you like to float in space (pun intended), then you are a mobile space walker. While mobile is not the only topic of interest at DevLearn, it’s the one that we like the best. Here are all the sessions that are specifically designed for those who have mobile learning as their mission:

Date Session No. Topic Speaker
Wed., Oct. 29 F5 Why Mobile Is Critical to the Future of Learning and Performance David Kelly, Clark Quinn, Robert Gadd, Chad Udell, Sarah Gilbert
Wed., Oct. 29 101 Be Concise: Designing for On-the-go Learners Jeffery Goldman
Wed., Oct. 29 208 Leveraging Device Affordances to Master Mobile Learning Chad Udell
Wed., Oct. 29 308 Google Glass and the Future of Mobile Learning Ruth Haddon
Wed., Oct. 29 311 Developing a Mobile Learning Strategy for Workers on the Go John Stathakos
Thurs., Oct. 30 501 Building Responsive Mobile Content with Adobe Captivate 8 Shawn Scivally
Thurs., Oct. 30 607 Authentic Mobile Learning: Practical Examples Allen Partridge, Sarah Gilbert
Fri., Oct. 31 803 Getting Started with Mobile Learning: What You Need to Know Sarah Gilbert
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Gary Woodill is a senior analyst with Float, as well as CEO of i5 Research. Gary conducts research and market analyses, as well as assessments and forecasting for emerging technologies. Gary is the co-editor of "Mastering Mobile Learning," author of “The Mobile Learning Edge,” and the co-author of “Training and Collaboration with Virtual Worlds.” He also presents at conferences and is the author of numerous articles and research reports on emerging learning technologies. Gary holds a doctor of education degree from the University of Toronto.

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