Monthly Archives: October 2013

Exploring Alternative Input Devices

Join us at 4pm on November 4, 2013
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From motion sensor control to heads-up display to neural headsets the way we interact with technology is changing. The device is becoming embedded with the experience and the user interaction. The move toward more ubiquitous computing requires unique design, functionality and usability considerations. Join a panel of industry experts in this webinar as they answer your questions and discuss the current and future state of alternative input devices. This webinar will include video of the panelists. Please test your Internet connection at http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/. Select the location closest to you. You will need a download speed of at least 5-10 Mbps to view the video panel without any disruption.

This webinar will include video of the panelists. Please test your Internet connection at http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/. Select the location closest to you. You will need a download speed of at least 5-10 Mbps to view the video panel without any disruption.

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Panel of Industry Experts

Det Ansinn, Owner of BrickSimple

Drew Davidson is a professor, producer and player of interactive media. His background spans academic, industry and professional worlds and he is interested in stories across texts, comics, games and other media. He is the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and the Founding Editor of ETC Press and its Well Played series and journal.

Kris Rockwell
CEO, Hybrid Learning Systems

Kel Smith is Principal of Anikto LLC and a longtime author, speaker and practitioner in digital accessibility. His client experience includes engagements with Novartis, Kestrel-Boeing, Merck, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Aetna, to name a few. He is the author of the book Digital Outcasts: Moving Technology Forward Without Leaving People Behind, 2013.

The Next Generation of Social Media

Recorded October 4th, 2013
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As the tools and strategies mature social media has become an established part of marketing and communication efforts. In addition, more and more organizations are using social media for internal communication and training. But, what will the next generation of social media look like? Whether you’re using social media for marketing, communication or training there are current challenges that need to be overcome before your social media strategy can advance. Join a panel of industry experts in this webinar as they answer your questions and discuss the current and future state of social media for marketing, communication and training.

october-panelistThis webinar will include video of the panelists. Please test your Internet connection at http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/. Select the location closest to you. You will need a download speed of at least 5-10 Mbps to view the video panel without any disruption.

Panel of Industry Experts

Joseph Carrabis, CRO & Founder, NextStage Evolution has delivered over 100 tools that analyze everything from group & individual social behaviors to training measurement. Most recently he introduced “Neuromarketing Without the Wires.”

Anne Deeter Gallaher, owner/CEO, Deeter Gallaher Group LLC, a marketing/PR firm that combines traditional & social media. Anne is co-author with Amy D. Howell of Women in High Gear: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, On-Rampers, & Aspiring Executives.

Christopher Lower, co-owner, of Sterling Cross Communications, an award winning public relations, marketing, web & mobile design, & social media firm. He has been a trainer, designer, & creator of business development programs & marketing campaigns.

Gary Schirr, Associate Professor of Marketing at Radford University, has a research focus on innovation, user engagement, & social media. Gary has had two articles in the Journal of Product Innovation, as well as academic articles on social media and sales.