(Orlando, FL) – On January 2nd 2018, Riptide Software announced that David Keezel, Riptide Software’s Market Director, will be speaking at Learning Technologies 2018 in Olympia, London. The session will be titled, “Learning Analytics – The Crawl, Walk, Run Methodology” and will cover a method that learning professionals can use to gain buy in for learning analytics using xAPI, and allow for adoption while driving business impact from the very beginning. Riptide Software will also be exhibiting at the event, and showcasing case-study work and demonstrations of their Storepoints Learning Record Store, and Waypoints Walkthrough Software Training.
David Keezel quotes: “I’m incredibly excited to speak at LTUK and to be able to show other learning professionals the impactful case studies of clients we’ve worked with who have adopted our crawl, walk, run methodology. I think this session will have the power to change the way people think about taking on learning analytics adoption in 2018 and finding comfort in that they can start ‘crawling’ now.”
The Learning Technologies Conference will take place on January 31st – February 1st in Olympia, London.
Further information on Riptide can be found at: https://learning.riptidesoftware.com/
Technology Resources and Riptide’s CEO, Philip Loeffel, are available for interview.
Please contact Christy Puller, 407-542-7675.
The Riptide Learning Division brings the Riptide Elements® product line of learning solutions to the modern enterprise: Storepoints xAPI-Conformant LRS, and Waypoints In-line Training Software. Elements is a scalable, and configurable platform of learning solutions that works seamlessly with existing enterprise software systems in a non-disruptive way. All products are also backwards compatible to Legacy systems. Riptide Learning team members are active participants in the community developing xAPI—the standard in modern learner experience tracking.
Learning Technologies, incorporating Learning & Skills, is Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. And it continues to grow in importance, value and attendance year on year. With more than 8,000 visitors, 150 free L&D seminars, over 200 exhibitors, two exhibition halls packed with the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice and the industry’s leading L&D conference, it provided a unique and exciting environment for all those involved in workplace learning.