The excitement is building for one of the eLearning industry’s biggest annual events DevLearn which kicks off next week in San Jose, California.
The week begins with the Adobe Learning Summit on Monday, followed by Pre-conference Certificate Programs Tuesday, then DevLearn Wed/Thurs/Fri. I’ll be there from Tuesday afternoon so please let me know if you’d like to meet up at some stage for a coffee and a chat, I’m really looking forward to meeting some fellow eLearning enthusiasts.
If you can’t make it along this year there are many ways you can keep on top of what’s happening (even if you are coming, you can get caught up in the hype by checking out these resources too):
- Follow the hashtag #dl09 on Twitter and look for photos tagged with it on Flickr during/after the event
- Check out the #lrnchat group as it will be running live on the bigscreen during DemoFest this year
- Join the DevLearn Live site for the latest news & feeds, and just to watch everything unfold
It sounds like the DevLearn team are very interested to hear how it looks from the outside for those virtual-attendees so make sure to send through any feedback to @devlearn on Twitter.
Following the conference is another event that I’ve already posted about and this time everyone can join in because it’s online, and free! Here’s more information about LearnTrends 2009.
*Please add any more DevLearn 09 resources that you know about to the comments section.