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#PSS13 Performance Support Symposium 2013 Backchannel: Curated Resources

This post collects the resources shared via the backchannel of the 2013 Performance Support Symposium, being held September 9 & 10 in Boston, Massachusetts. I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning. There are many conferences I would love to be able to attend, but most people can only accommodate one or two each year. […]

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#LSCon – Exploring the 2013 Learning Solutions Conference App

If you’ve been to a conference in the past few years, you’ve probably noticed that most conferences now feature a smartphone app as a way to get information and connect with the conference. These apps have evolved over the years, and the eLearning Guild continues to be at the forefront of bringing new functionality to […]

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#LSCon – Join the GameCrawl at Learning Solutions

One of the things I love about eLearning Guild events is that there’s always fun and unique programming options. This year’s Learning Solutions Conference is no different. One of the interesting events taking place this year is GameCrawl, being held Wednesday evening. I had an opportunity to chat with the designers of this year’s GameCrawl, […]

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#LSCon – How to Participate in a Conference Backchannel

The eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions Conference and Expo starts next week, taking place March 13-15 in Orlando, Florida.  Attendees should now be setting plans in order to get the maximum amount of value out of the event. One thing that should definitely be part of your plan is participating in the conference’s backchannel. For many people, the […]

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#LSCon – What Exactly IS a Backchannel?

The 2013 Learning Solutions Conference is quickly approaching.  The conference will undoubtedly feature a vibrant backchannel community that shares and expands on the knowledge being exchanged on site.  It’s a tremendously valuable way for both conference attendees and non-attendees to enhance their conference-related learning. Backchannels extend learning beyond just the live event. Prior to the […]

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