#DevLearn 2012 Conference Backchannel – Curated Resources

This post collects the resources shared via the backchannel of The eLearning Guild’s 2012 DevLearn Conference, being held October 31 – November 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning.  There are many conferences I would love to be able to attend, but my budget can only accommodate one or two each year.  The backchannel is an excellent resource for learning from a conference or event that you are unable to attend in-person.

I find collecting and reviewing backchannel resources to be a valuable learning experience for me, even when I am attending a conference in person.  Sharing these collections on this blog has shown that others find value in the collections as well.

Official DevLearn 2012 Conference Resources
Conference Website
DevLearn 2012 Schedule and Agenda
DevLearn Mobile Conference App
Additional Program Features
Find Curated Resources & Information on the #DevLearn Backchannel
Inspiring and Surprising Keynotes at DevLearn 2012
DevLearn Pre-conference Certificate Programs
Featured Sessions
Concurrent Learning Activities
DevLearn 2012 Expo Learning Stages
eLearning DemoFest 2012
What is the DevLearn Junto?
Start Your Day with Morning Buzz
New! Conference Videos Now Available (Added 11/21/2012)

“Preparing for DevLearn” Post Series
The Before, During, and After of a Conference Backchannel
What Exactly IS a Backchannel?
What Makes a Great Conference Backchannel?
Preparing for the 2012 #DevLearn Backchannel
Backchannel Tips: Explore the #DevLearn Conference Program Guides
How to Participate in the #DevLearn Conference Backchannel
Backchannel Tips: Check Out #DevLearn Hashcaster

Pre-Conference Posts
It’s time to start getting ready for #DevLearn by David Kelly
My tips for the DevLearn conference in Las Vegas by Kasper Spiro
Some great thought leader interviews to come from DevLearn 2012 by Jeff Tillett
It’s DEVLEARN Week!!! Embracing Technologies for Training and Development by Brent Schlenker
I’m off to #DevLearn – would you like to come with me? by Craig Taylor
Blogging about #DevLearn by Kasper Spiro
IdeaLearning Group’s Picks for DevLearn 2012 by Jennie Thede
Getting ready for Devlearn by William Chinda
DevLearn 2012 by Bianca Woods
DevLearn 2012 Schedule by Bianca Woods
Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Next Conference by Nick Elkins
Team App Recommendations for DevLearn by Judy Unrein
Getting the most out of attending a conference by Jeff Tillett
Things to Know About Las Vegas While at #DevLearn This Week by Lisa Goldstein

Conference Summaries and Recaps
My take-aways from #Devlearn Day 1 YouTube video by Craig Taylor
My take-aways from #Devlearn Day 2 YouTube video by Craig Taylor
DevLearn 2012 Enters the Record Books by Bill Brandon & Jennifer Neibert
dayDevlearn conference day one: an exhilarating
DevLearn: Day 1 by Bianca Woods (Added 11/3/2012)
DevLearn 2012: Day 2 by Bianca Woods (Added 11/3/2012)
DevLearn 2012: Day 3 by Bianca Woods (Added 11/3/2012)
DevLearn 2012 Wrap Up #devlearn by Cammy Bean (Added 11/3/2012)
Devlearn conference day one: an exhilarating day by Kasper Spiro (Added 11/3/2012)
Natasha Nazdrovia meets DevLearn 2012 YouTube Video by eLearning Guild (Added 11/3/2012)
My take-aways from #Devlearn Day 3 YouTube video by Craig Taylor (Added 11/3/2012)
Recap of The eLearning Guild’s DevLearn Conference by Diane Elkins (Added 11/5/2012)
Innovations at DevLearn DemoFest: The Experience API by Jim Farrell (Added 11/5/2012)
#DevLearn retrospective: Start dreaming about the future of eLearning by Kasper Spiro (Added 11/5/2012)
DevLearn 2012: Final thoughts by Bianca Woods (Added 11/5/2012)
When #DevLearn met #Sandy by David Kelly (Added 11/7/2012)
What happened in Vegas, won’t stay in Vegas – thanks to #Devlearn by Craig Taylor (Added 11/7/2012)
Reflections on my DemoFest Experience at #DevLearn by David Lindenberg (Added 11/7/2012)
Reflection: A Critical Component of #DevLearn Learning by David Kelly (Added 11/7/2012)
DevLearn Conference and Expo 2012: Recap by Bill Brandon & Jennifer Neibert (Added 11/7/2012)
Three Key Takeaways from DevLearn by Adam Bockler (Added 11/9/2012)
Thanks for Making DevLearn Awesome! by Megan Bowe (Added 11/9/2012)
DevLearn Thoughts: Is Game Based Learning Misunderstood? by Steve Boller (Added 11/13/2012)
DevLearn: from geeks to witches and everything in between… by Shannon Cavallari, Samantha Hackett, Catriona Moriarty, and Jenn Soliman (Added 11/13/2012)
DevLearn 2012: So What’s Next? by Bianca Woods (Added 11/13/2012)
Visual Note Taking at #DevLearn – Susan Stewart by Lisa Goldstein (Added 11/13/2012)
Reflections From DevLearn: Trends in Emerging Technologies by Jennie Thede (Added 11/13/2012)
DevLearn and Motorcycle Mayhem 2012 by Brian Dusablon (Added 11/13/2012)
DevLearn 12 Recap by Sean Putman (Added 11/21/2012)
The Revolution: A Revelation from DevLearn by Reuben Tozman (Added 11/21/2012)
The Best eLearning Projects of the Year by Melissa Venable (Added 11/21/2012)

Jon Landau Keynote
Jon Landau #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
#DevLearn-GS1: Jon Landau – Innovation in Avatar and What Lies Ahead by Kevin Mulvihill
DevLearn Keynote – Jon Landau Speaking With eLearning Professionals? by Mel Aclaro
Jon Landau at DevLearn 2012 (Las Vegas) – Technology and Innovation (part 1 of 5) YouTube video from 007Eleven
Jon Landau at DevLearn 2012 (Las Vegas) – Technology and Innovation (part 2 of 5) YouTube video from 007Eleven
Jon Landau at DevLearn 2012 (Las Vegas) – Technology and Innovation (part 3 of 5) YouTube video from 007Eleven
Jon Landau at DevLearn 2012 (Las Vegas) – Technology and Innovation (part 4 of 5) YouTube video from 007Eleven
Jon Landau at DevLearn 2012 (Las Vegas) – Technology and Innovation (part 5 of 5) YouTube video from 007Eleven

Brian Brushwood Keynote
Brian Brushwood #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
Brian Brushwood fire-eating at DevLearn 2012 Conference in Las Vegas YouTube video by 007Eleven
Brian Brushwood’s DevLearn Keynote by William Chinda
The Origin of Brands: How Product Evolution Creates Endless Possibilities for New Brands book by Al Ries (mentioned during keynote)
Scam School Podcast by Brian Brushwood
DevLearn Keynote – Brian Brushwood How to Scam Your Way to Success by Mel Aclaro
The Professional’s Guide to Fire Eating book by Brian Brushwood
How to Scam Your Way to Success, Brian Brushwood, DevLearn 2012 by Brian Austin (Added 11/9/2012)
Brian Brushwood at DevLearn 2012 YouTube video shared by The eLearning Guild (Added 11/9/2012)

Alison Levine Keynote
Alison Levine #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
Leadership Lessons from the Edge Alison Levine Devlearn by Tracy Parish
Leadership Lessons from the Edge by Claudine Caro
Alison Levine’s DevLearn keynote by William Chinda
Alison Levine Wikipedia page

Jeffrey Ma Keynote
Jeffrey Ma #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
The House Advantage: Playing the Odds to Win Big in Business book by Jeffrey Ma
Jeffrey Ma’s DevLearn Keynote by William Chinda

Dayna Steele Keynote
Dayna Steele #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn (Added 11/3/2012)
#DevLearn-GS5: Dayna Steele – 101 Ways to Rock for Success by Kevin Mulvihill (Added 11/3/2012)
DevLearn Day 3 Keynote – My Cameo With Keynoter Dayna Steele – 101 Ways to Rock Your World For Success by Mel Aclaro (Added 11/3/2012)

Session Specific
DevLearn12 mobile learning pre-session YouTube video by Craig Taylor
DevLearn “Getting started with mobile learning” by Craig Taylor
Connect learning to the business: Learning objectives and action mapping by Kasper Spiro
Storytelling & Gamification, Ken Hubbell’s DevLearn Session by William Chinda
#DevLearn-113: Applying the Magic of Hollywood to e-Learning by Kevin Mulvihill
Connecting learning objectives with business objectives, Kasper Spiro’s DevLearn session by William Chinda
7 Stages For Launching An Enterprise Social Network slides by Mel Aclaro
Mike Enders – Simple Ways to Use Video in Storyline – DevLearn by Tracy Parish
#DevLearn 2012 – where I will not be by Rebecca Clark
Evidence based training, Ruth Clark’s DevLearn session by William Chinda
eLearning Makeovers by Claudine Caro
30 New Technologies by Claudine Caro
Learning on the Go! Prezi by Steven Poyner
What makes Learning Memorable? by Claudine Caro
#DevLearn 2012: Kapp Presentation Resources by Karl Kapp
#DevLearn-409: Soft-Skills Simulations – A Road Map for Success by Kevin Mulvihill
#DevLearn-313: A New Agile Model – Leaving ADDIE Behind by Kevin Mulvihill
Ode to Mobile Performance Support by Allison Rossett
eLearnChat 76: Michael Allen on Leaving #Addie for #Sam
Ignite panel at DevLearn by William Chinda
#DevLearn-212: Taking Video to the Next Level by Kevin Mulvihill
HTML5: Beyond the Hype slides by Nick Floro
Intro to Compression: Audio and Video Optimization for Learning slides by Nick Floro
John DiGiantamasso’s DevLearn session on eLearning that supports the classroom trainer by William Chinda
Soft Skills Simulation: A Road Map for Success by Claudine Caro
Power of Play – Learning With Knowledge Guru slides by Sharon Boller and Scott Thomas
Managing Stakeholder Expectations by Claudine Caro
Putting the Design back into Instructional Design #DevLearn Slides by Cammy Bean (Added 11/3/2012)
Putting the Design back into Instructional Design by Claudine Caro (Added 11/3/2012)
#Devlearn TinCan panel: #Tincan is rocking our world by Kasper Spiro (Added 11/3/2012)
Part 1: The Tin Can API – Why Should eLearning Professionals Care? [w/ audio] by Mel Aclaro (Added 11/3/2012)
Getting Started on Mobile Learning by Sean Bengry (Added 11/3/2012)
#DevLearn-704: Designing eLearning that Gains and Keeps Learner Attention by Kevin Mulvihill (Added 11/3/2012)
6 Mobile Learning Trends That Grew in 2012 by Stephanie Kovach (Added 11/3/2012)
#DevLearn-607: Methods for Designing Serious Games by Kevin Mulvihill (Added 11/3/2012)
Measuring the Impact of Social Learning resources shared by Jane Bozarth (Added 11/3/2012)
Matthew Cross & Judy Unrein’s DevLearn session on designing an effective business model for training by William Chinda (Added 11/3/2012)
Tin Can API panel at DevLearn by William Chinda (Added 11/3/2012)
Part 2: The Tin Can API – A Learning Management System Vendor’s Perspective [w/ audio] by Mel Aclaro (Added 11/5/2012)
Part 3: The Tin Can API – The Compelling And Practical Use Cases You’ve Been Waiting To Hear by Mel Aclaro (Added 11/5/2012)
Leverage Your Social Network by Maria Anderson (Added 11/5/2012)
Thoughts on Craig Taylor’s #DevLearn Session by David Lindenberg (Added 11/7/2012)
Tincan API, DevLearn 2012 Tim Martin by Brian Austin (Added 11/7/2012)
Free elearning tools – DevLearn Morning Buzz Session by Tracy Parrish (Added 11/7/2012)
DevLearn Junto Timeline shared by Jay Cross (Added 11/9/2012)
8 Steps to Improved Interactions slides by Ethan Edwards (Added 11/9/2012)
One of my favorite DevLearn Experiences by Tracy Parish (Added 11/13/2012)
Your Content Is Forever (Your LMS Is Temporary) slides by Clifford Anderson (Added 11/13/2012)
Reflections From DevLearn: Storytelling, Gamification, & Problem-Based Learning by Jennie Thede (Added 11/21/2012)
Designing an Effective Business Model for Your Training Organization (from DevLearn 2012) by Judy Unrein (Added 11/21/2012)
Tools for Creating HTML5-Friendly Multimedia (from DevLearn 2012) by Judy Unrein (Added 11/21/2012)
Ten Alternatives to Happy Sheets by Nigel Paine (Added 11/21/2012)

Miscellaneous
iPad mini announcement shows Apple’s focus on books, education by Phil Hornshaw
Ten Tips: Keep Learners Motivated in Your Open Online Cloud Course or MOOC (Part 6) by Inge de Waard
The Next Step for Learning: Practical Contextualization by Clark Quinn
The State Of HTML5 Video by LongTail Video
The Role of Socratic Questioning in Thinking, Teaching, and Learning by The Critical Thinking Community
Books Change How a Child’s Brain Grows by Science Now
Do instructional designers need to know about what they are designing? by Clive Shepherd
Want to go mobile for learning and support? by Allison Rossett
From Hierarchy to Collaboration: Changing the Way We Work and Learn By Tony Yang
DevLearn 2012 Spotify Playlist by The eLearning Guild
ADL Mobile Learning Newsletter
The 7 Best Places For Online Education by Jeff Dunn
Why Learning Games Succeed Where Traditional Training Fails by Steve Boller
A Tin-Can Caution: Technology Alone Is Not the Answer by Justin Ferriman
Educating Players: Are Games the Future of Education? By Larry Greenemeier
Social Annotation Site Diigo.com Recovering After Domain Hijacking Nightmare by Jon Orlin
Celebrating Our 100th Online Forum Infographic by The eLearning Guild
What is The Tin Can API? Four ways Tin Can will change the landscape of learning technology by Megan Bowe
Fears of the Course Authoring Tool Market by Craig Weiss
New eBook: 61 Tips on mLearning: Making Learning Mobile
What are the 18 secrets to giving a presentation like Steve Jobs? by Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Is Content Curation in Your Skill Set? It Should Be. by David Kelly
Is Your Conference Primarily Focused On Speakers Or Attendees? by Jeff Hurt
Designing Learning Games for Multiple Devices by Steve Boller
Training LOVES Performance Support & Performance Support LOVES Training by Allison Rossett
Following Project Tin Can? by Jeff Tillett
Screen Tutorials in Technical Learning by David B. Demyan
Float Mobile Learning Introduces Tappestry for Organizations and Events by Learning Solutions Magazine
George Lucas Will Use Disney $4 Billion to Fund Education by Alex Ben Block
ADL and AICC Collaborate on the Experience API
Is Tin Can API Lipstick on the SCORM Pig? by Gary Wise
Flipped Classroom Model by Claudine Caro
RSA Shorts – Does Brainstorming Work? by RSA Org
Spacing Learning Events Over Time: What the Research Says by Will Thalheimer
A Visual History of New York City’s Destruction in 200 Years of Fiction by Maria Popova
Real-Time Activity Switching and the Implications for Learning Professionals by Justin Mass
Principles of Multimedia via Cognitive Design Solutions
Hands On Guide: How We Used iBooks Author to Replace PC-Based eLearning by Steve Boller
Blogs:Your learning site should use Tin Can API by Andrew Downes
Movember App Turns Your Mustache Growth Into an Animated GIF by Zoe Fox
12-year-old uses Dungeons and Dragons to help scientist dad with his research by Ed Yong
Book Review: Design For How People Learn by Kevin Mulvihill
Is an eLearning Branched Scenario a Game? by Jon Aleckson
The Rise of Enterprise Mobile Learning (infographic) by Intuition
MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses or Massive and Often Obtuse Courses? by Lisa Chamberlin and Tracy Parish
Why I failed a MOOC by David Hopkins
Know Your Customers Wherever They Are by Josh Leibowitz, Kelly Ungerman and Maher Masri
Dump the Drone: Livelier Elearning slides by Cathy Moore
What Will Corporate Training Look Like in 10 Years? by Jodi Harrison
How Treating Your Employees Like Turtles Can Smother Innovation by Chris Derose and Noel Tichy
Given Tablets But No Teachers, Ethiopian Kids Teach Themselves by David Talbot
HTML5 mythbusting by Chris Heilmann (Added 11/3/2012)
Smart Companies Support Informal Learning by Roberta Gogos (Added 11/3/2012)
Guide: Building your first Tin Can API Activity (Added 11/3/2012)
A Behavioral Scientist’s Initial Thoughts on the Tin Can API, Big Data, and Learning Analytics by Eric Fox (Added 11/3/2012)
You Don’t Learn to Ride a Bike by Reading a Textbook by Edward Jiang (Added 11/3/2012)
The Need for Learning Agility by Thomas Berglund (Added 11/3/2012)
HTML5 Does Have A Mobile Future: Mozilla’s Chris Heilmann Goes Mythbusting by Dan Rowinski (Added 11/3/2012)
Getting Started With Tin Can in 5 Steps by Ali Shahrazad (Added 11/3/2012)
How Does Leadership Vary Across the Globe? by Josh Bersin (Added 11/3/2012)
Can a Game Help Low-Income Youth Get into College?: An Interview with Colleagology Games (Part Two) by Henry Jenkins (Added 11/3/2012)
The POST Method: A systematic approach to social strategy by Josh Bernoff (Added 11/3/2012)
Use Learning to Motivate, Engage Employees by Bob Ravener (Added 11/3/2012)
Online Course Design & Technology Pinterest board by Steven Crawford (Added 11/3/2012)
Interviewed about mobile by Clark Quinn (Added 11/3/2012)
Harnessing The Science Of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini (Added 11/5/2012)
DevLearn Bonus content: “Coca Cola: Taste Around the World” by Bianca Woods (Added 11/5/2012)
The big list of 100 tools, tips and tricks to work more efficiently online by Alyssa Aldersley (Added 11/5/2012)
Review of Katz’s “Designing Information: Human Factors & Common Sense in Information Design” by Jane Bozarth (Added 11/5/2012)
LMS or LRS? by Ali Shahrazad (Added 11/5/2012)
Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012 (Added 11/5/2012)
11 Free Online Presentation Tools To Help You Share Slides by AQ Nizam (Added 11/5/2012)
Interview with Michael Allen on his book Leaving ADDIE for SAM video by Jeff Tillett (Added 11/7/2012)
Devlearn2012VegasZionNP Photo Album by William Chinda (Added 11/7/2012)
How to Make the Most of Social Learning video from Dan Pontefract (Added 11/7/2012)
The Future of Learning in a Networked Society by David Hopkins (Added 11/7/2012)
Experience, the API by Clark Quinn (Added 11/7/2012)
Leaders Succeed When Their Employees Are Successful by Timothy Bednarz (Added 11/7/2012)
Beyond Smiley Sheets: Measuring the ROI of Learning and Development by Keri Bennington & Tony Laffoley
Mobile eLearning is not mobile learning by Jason Haag (Added 11/7/2012)
10 TED Talks Perfect For the eLearning Industry by Christopher Pappas (Added 11/7/2012)
What is learning’s role? by Harold Jarche (Added 11/9/2012)
A Best Practice in “Xtreme Learner Engagement?” by Joe DiDonato (Added 11/9/2012)
For Entrepreneurs, Three Ways to Control Your Destiny and Rekindle Joy by Rosabeth Moss Kanter (Added 11/9/2012)
E-learning is dead, long live learning YouTube video from Clive Shepherd (Added 11/13/2012)
Five Ways to Retain Employees Forever by David K. Williams and Mary Michelle Scott (Added 11/13/2012)
Reflections on #Chat2lrn: New Skills for Changing Times by David Kelly (added 11/21/2012)
Pause to Grow Others by Kevin Cashman (Added 11/21/2012)
When Business Models Trump Technology by Karan Girotra and Serguei Netessine (Added 11/21/2012)
Mobile E-Learning Development: Three Important Questions to Ask by Rod Jackson (Added 11/21/2012)
Know Thy Culture by Stephen Gill (Added 11/21/2012)
Testing Your eLearning Strategy by Marc Rosenberg (Added 11/21/2012)
5 Great Challenges Ahead for HR and Leaders by Meghan M. Biro (Added 11/21/2012)
Legitimacy: The Sole Basis of Leadership by Timothy Bednarz (Added 11/21/2012)
Detailing the Coherent Organization by Clark Quinn (Added 11/21/2012)
Characteristics of good elearning by Mark Berthelemy (Added 11/21/2012)
New Research: How Employee Engagement Hits the Bottom Line by Tony Schwartz (Added 11/21/2012)
Technology sinner by Allison Rossett (Added 11/21/2012)
The Tin Can API: A Non-Technical Analysis by Gary Woodill (Added 11/21/2012)
The Diminishing Shelf Life of Learning by Bob Mosher (Added 11/21/2012)
From organizing and managing learning to supporting self-organized and self-managed learning by Jane Hart (Added 11/21/2012)
Nothing personal by Jay Cross (Added 11/21/2012)
Why Don’t Learning Organizations Embrace Informal? by Larry Durham (Added 11/21/2012)

Dedicated Backchannel Queries [Tool and search terms shown in brackets]
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Photos from the Backchannel [TwiPho: DevLearn]

I will be adding to this list as I continue to review the backchannel transcripts and find resources.  I will tweet updates occasionally as additional links are added.  If you know of a valued resource I should add to the list – or if something is inaccurate – please add it to the comments or tweet me a link to @LnDDave.

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