How do educators apply their communication and learning styles when engaged in the three stages of a lesson: development, delivery, debriefing? Learn how information regarding the correlations between these two styles can be used to guide educators in developing successful and creative lesson plans and lessons.
We all know that translation costs can quickly get out of control. Thankfully, Val Swisher from Content Rules is here to present eight simple rules you can apply to tame your content and make it cheaper, better, and faster to translate. This fast-moving session is based on Val’s experience working with global 50 technology companies.
What makes something emotionally engaging? Is there a place for delight in business applications? Find out as we redesign a familiar business tool using ideas from behavioral economics, neuroscience, and game mechanics. During this session, Stephen P. Anderson, guides you through specific examples of sites who’ve designed serendipity, arousal, rewards, and other seductive elements into […]
Includes the following topics: iPhone, IPad, Android: A Quick Intro to Developing User Assistance for Mobile Aps, presented by Joe Welinske; Repurposing Software you Already Have: An Example Using Mimic, presented by Gretchen Hambright; and Search Engine Optimization: My Life With Spiders, presented by Robert Rhyne Armstrong.