More than a year later, we’re excited to be back participating live and in-person at conferences. You’ll find us exhibiting at DevLearn 2021 in booth #606 next week in Las Vegas. We know a lot has changed so we anticipate the usual back-clapping and handshaking will be replaced by hand waves and elbows bumps. We’ve even been practicing our smizing just for this event! We’ll take the adapted greetings as we’re just so happy to be around people once again.
Map your learning ecosystem
This year we have an even larger booth with more space for one-on-one conversations. Come have a seat in our socially distanced chairs and discuss your learning technology. We’ve got whiteboards ready and are excited to navigate you through your specific use case and provide suggestions on how tools can best work together.
Joe returns again
Our in-house celebrity, Joe Donnelly, will be back to answer questions on eLearning standards and help customers resolve support inquiries. Come on by and “Just Ask Joe” anything you want about SCORM, xAPI, or you can even just chat about all the streamed shows you watched during the pandemic.
Speaking on cmi5 and content distribution
You can also catch us speaking a couple of times during the conference about cmi5 and content distribution. Chris Tompkins will be demonstrating Content Controller on Wednesday, October 20th. He’ll show you how to distribute your eLearning content in a way that’s compatible with multiple systems, manageable for admins, and easy for learners to access. On Thursday, October 21st, Chris will be co-presenting a session with George Vilches on how to bridge the SCORM and xAPI divide with cmi5. Their presentation will be a great primer on SCORM, xAPI, cmi5 and all the new tools available in cmi5 CATAPULT.
We can’t wait to see people face-to-face (masked, of course) at DevLearn this year. Tammy Rutherford, Joe Donnelly, Chris Tompkins, and George Vilches will all be in our booth #606 and available to meet. So let us know if you want to plan ahead and set up a time with us during the conference. And if you can’t make it, reach out as we’d still love to catch-up virtually!