Up in the mountains, there’s lots to reflect on, little time to capture it. However, I do want to note that DevLearn is again on the horizon (November), which will include keynote, preconference sessions, concurrent sessions, and more.
I’m really looking forward to Tim O’Reilly’s keynote, as his description of Web 2.0 is fairly definitive. I reckon I’ll again be part of the pre-conference sessions on Serious Games, er, Immersive Learning Simulations, and Mobile Learning as well. I have a concurrent session on deeper instructional design which is stuff I really believe is fundamental yet seemingly not widespread, and fortunately has been well received in a few prior instances.
The real excitement for me is having a chance to catch up with some of the brightest folks in the business, like Tony Karrer, Will Thalheimer, Ruth Clark, Judy Brown, David Metcalf, Mark Oehlert, Brent Schenkler, Frank Nguyen, Lance Dublin, Karen Hyder, Michelle Lentz, and more, as well as the new folks I’ll meet.
The Guild’s conferences have always been a highlight of the year for me, so I hope I’ll see you there!
Will Thalheimer says
Thanks Clark, the feeling is mutual!! See you at DevLearn!!
Michelle Lentz says
Clark – thanks! I’m excited. I’m speaking on my favorite subject and get to see some of my favorite people (this certainly includes you!). Plus, I’m always thrilled to visit Northern California – home to my favorite passions of technology and wine. I’m arriving a bit early to visit both Apple and Bonny Doon Vineyards. Cheers!