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November 16-18 | Las Vegas, NV

Creativity is at the heart of innovation. It’s what enables us to harness the possibilities posed by new technologies and produce inventive learning and performance solutions. Creativity can often make the difference between cookie-cutter eLearning and unique and beneficial learning programs. DevLearn 2016 will inspire you to tap into your creativity and take advantage of what technology makes possible for learning today and tomorrow.

Join our industry’s leaders in sparking the creativity that is shaping the future of learning.

Find us at Expo Booth 542

As the owner of the World’s most installed LRS, Learning Locker, it’s only right that we’re located in the ‘xAPI Zone’ of the Exhibition Hall.

Drop by at any time for a demo of Learning Locker, Curatr (our Social Learning Platform), and Red Panda (our new Personal Learning Hub) and to find out more about our Plan > Do > Measure approach.

Pre-book an appointment with us for a more in-depth discussion, and keep your eyes peeled for our LRS Hosting discount codes in your delegate pack and in the Sponsors Area on Day 1 of the show.

Speaking Sessions

Our team are also delivering a number of sessions over the course of the show, details of which can be found below.


Pre-Conference xAPI Camp

xAPI Camp | Tuesday, November 15

Join our Data Scientist Janet at the Pre-Conference xAPI Camp, the must-attend one-day pre-conference experience, which returns to showcase what’s possible with the xAPI in a day filled with case studies, problem solving, and networking.

Save $100 on xAPI Camp if you are registered for the main DevLearn event!

xAPI Camp

Twelve Months of MOOCs: The Scars, Medals, and War Stories

Emerging Tech Track – Session 104 | Wednesday @ 10.45am

Join our Solutions Architect and Chief MOOC Facilitator Craig as he lifts the lid on what happens before, during and after a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), and how you can use xAPI data to influence your future design and facilitation choices.

Investigating Performance: Using Your Data Effectively

Data and Measurement Track – Session 103 | Wednesday @ 10.45am

Join our Data Scientist Janet for a deepdive into how data can shape your learning systems design, including exploring the basic principles of how to use data effectively and how to design to provide meaningful feedback.

6 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With A Learning Record Store

Emerging Tech Learning Stage – EME103 | Wednesday @12.15pm

Join our CEO Ben as he shares some of the key findings from over two years of working with clients to deliver Learning Locker LRS and use the xAPI to do more with their sales data, social network analysis, and real-time sentiment data.

Storyline goes Social for Autism Early Intervention

Demo Fest | Thursday, 4-6pm

Join our CEO Ben as he shares some of the key findings from the PLAY Project whose online courses are dedicated to teaching the PLAY approach to autism early intervention: helping children with ASD learn and grow through joyful relationships.

The PLAY ethos is one of joyful interaction. To bring this method to life via eLearning, PLAY Project has combined media rich Storyline activities with social discussion and gamification to build a unique learning community of parents and teachers.

Working Around Social Media Policies

Morning Buzz – MB32 | Friday @7.30am

In this morning buzz session, Solutions Architect Craig Taylor will be joining a number of other early birds to share some of the approaches he’s taken to working around social media policies and restrictions – without breaking them! – as well as provide lots of opportunities for attendees to discuss how they do or might deal with similar challenges.

Further Information

Further details and tickets are available via the event website:

For $100 off the price of a Full Conference Pass, use our Sponsors discount code: DL16SAVE100


To prearrange a meeting at the show, let us know the details of your availability and what you’d like to discuss and we’ll be in touch to confirm shortly.


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