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Saturday Seminar – September 16, 2017: Virtual Reality – Augmented Reality – Mixed Reality & Demystifying Responsive Design.

Virtual Reality – Augmented Reality – Mixed Reality & Demystifying Responsive Design

Saturday, Sep 16, 2017

Time: 9:00am - 1:30pm

Presentation 1: Virtual Reality – Augmented Reality – Mixed Reality



Is Your Technical Curriculum Ready?


At this meeting, we will demystify the alphabet soup of VR – AR – MR and provide you with “hands on” experience with the tools used in successful learning and performance pilot projects. Afterwards, we will invite your participation in roundtable discussion about their practical application in formal training and the workplace.

As an industry professional, you probably already have some awareness of the potential of this technology, so why is this topic important? We believe you will recognize in the presented case studies that a tipping point may be upon us for their application.

An important part of the mission of the ISPI-LA chapter is to keep you informed about the latest trends in learning technology and to encourage the exchange of great ideas that you can take away from a meeting and apply in your professional practice.

Denso Case Study


Denso is a global leader in the automotive market space. You will hear about and experience their just completed pilot project using the Microsoft Hololens as a tool to provide hands free, step by step, guided instruction to technicians rebuilding vehicle components. The device places a hologram next to the real component and responds to the technician’s voice commands to provide guidance for disassembly and reassembly of the rebuilt component.

Join us for this exciting journey into the next chapter in learning technology.


Presented by:


Jerry Yang


Technical Service Manager
Denso Products and Services America

Jerry manages service operations for four major functions at Denso: Technical Call Center, Service Planning, Service Tool Development and Technical Training for North America and Latin America Automotive OES and Aftermarket; Heavy Duty OEM and Aftermarket; and Diesel industries. He is currently leading several innovative training and performance support initiatives for Denso, including pioneering the use of the Microsoft Hololens for technician training.

Jerry has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology and Quality Assurance from California State University, Long Beach.


Millar Farewell


Millar has worked in the training field for over 30 years with American Honda. During that time he has been a proactive facilitator of several changes in training methods and delivery systems to better implement Competency Based Training solutions.

Under his direction, American Honda has implemented Individualized Access to lectures and demonstrations on video, which have replaced standard classroom instructor lectures. He has spearheaded Individualized Skills Training (IST), which is a competency based training approach developed at American Honda and is recognized as an industry leading approach to technician training. He has been repeatedly called upon to explain technical features of new products and has a knack for explaining technology both to technicians and to the non-technical media.

Millar has been a member of the Los Angeles chapter of ISPI for 20 years. For over 12 years, he’s served on the Board of Directors and is a past Chapter President.

Millar has an MS in Instructional Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology and currently helps clients with training development projects.


Presentation 2: Demystifying Responsive Design



Do you feel like you need a magic decoder ring to unlock the impact that Responsive Design will have on your next training development project?

This presentation, Demystifying Responsive Design, will share key information and techniques to unlock the mystery of Responsive Design from the perspective of a practicing Subject Matter Expert (Kristen Derr) who has over 10 years hands-on experience in this field.

This session will illustrate how Responsive Design is impacted by several simultaneous trends:

  • Online learning technologies are undergoing significant modernization.

  • Responsive Designs affects e-Learning and dual use of assets for micro learning.

  • Imperfect tools, sales hype, etc. have all generated a lot of confusion that is a point of pain for migrating legacy Flash courses as well as planning future development.


This session will review these and other changes. More important, this session will strip away the hype and Demystify Responsive Design, providing you with the insights and techniques that will help enable you to be more effective.


Presented by:


Kristen Derr – Creative Director and Senior Instructional Designer


Kristen is a veteran training professional who has been with CraneMorley over 10 years as Creative Director and Senior Instructional Designer.

During her career, she has been at the forefront of Adult Learning innovation designing and developing hundreds of cutting-edge training deliverables, including highly engaging Flash- and HTML-based eLearning, mobile learning tools, responsive eLearning, and much more.

Her creativity and passion for education allow her to bring fresh new ideas to the learning experience. She has pioneered new instructional methods utilizing the latest technologies to enhance learner engagement and produce innovative and effective training programs.



Event Details


Complimentary breakfast and lunch are included.

At ISPI-LA, “Come Hungry…Leave Smarter.”

Schedule

  • Check-in begins at 8:30am, coffee and breakfast served

  • Opening Announcements 9:00 – 9:15am

  • Interactive Session + a short break in between 9:15 – 11:45am

  • Closing announcements 11:45 – 12:00pm

  • Lunch 12:00 pm-1:30pm (included with program)


Location

Antioch University Campus
400 Corporate Pointe, Room A1006
Culver City, CA 90230

  • Antioch University Campus is located at 400 Corporate Pointe, off of Slauson Blvd, a few blocks from the 405 Freeway. The meeting will be held in Room A1006 on the main level. Enter the Lobby and make a right at the first hallway.


Parking

  • Park in the parking garage for 400 Corporate Pointe, on level 6 or 7. The entrance to the campus is from the 4th floor of the parking garage, across the courtyard and through the glass doors the Lobby.

  • Bring your ticket to the Campus Security Office, near the meeting room, to obtain discounted parking for $7. The office accepts cash and checks only.


Campus Map

Map and directions are available here.

We look forward to seeing you “Come Hungry…Leave Smarter”!

For your convenience, you can pay with a credit card or bring a check to the meeting.

Event Location

Antioch University Campus
400 Corporate Pointe, Room A1006
Culver City, California 90230

Event Fees:

ATD LA/OC Member Reduced Rate $ 25.00

Non-Member Rate $ 35.00

ISPI-LA Member (Be sure to register) FREE

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Registration is closed for this event.

For more information or questions, please email:

directorprograms@ispi-la.org
ISPI - Los Angeles Chapter