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October 2019

Sam Rogers: Learning You Can Count On

October 10 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Data, Measurement, and Analytics aren't new, but they are gaining a lot more importance in our learning industry these days. There's a reason for that, and you don't have to be a "numbers person" to get in on this opportunity. Come up to speed fast with Sam Rogers as he describes some common methodologies for getting at the things that count, how to count them, and how to help others up the management chain know that they can count on…

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Peace, Love & Data Interoperability: Using xAPI to Drive Analytics with Megan Torrance

October 16 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

As adoption of xAPI takes hold, it allows for more robust and interesting tracking of the learning process. As actual performance and results data are integrated with learning metrics, we will have the data we need to tailor the learning process to individual needs at the same time that we can draw more useful conclusions about the learning as a whole across a wider population. This leaves instructional designers with a set of critical questions: How does this impact my…

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Alan Natachu’s Misadventures in VR

October 18 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

VR should be simple, right? Put on the headset, turn it on and get dropped into another world. Using VR is pretty simple. Setting up VR for educational and training purposes is not. Join Alan Natachu as he lays out how he McGyver'ed and failed in setting up his first VR headset for training, what's involved in setting up a classroom set of VR headsets and what to expect when setting up a higher quality VR headset.

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Moving to the Head of the Table: Learning Analytics, Assessments, and Impact with A.D. Detrick

October 22 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

A.D. Detrick regularly tells his clients that the application of learning analytics has the power to move L&D from “fighting for a seat at the table” to the head of that table. Making that move requires an understanding of how learning affects behavior (instead of being entirely responsible for it), and how to effectively and realistically assess learning comprehension. Join A.D. for this session where he discusses the importance of proper learning assessments, and how they can lead to performance…

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