What is eLBX?
In June of 2018, we hosted the first-ever eLearning Brothers user conference extravaganza—eLBX. It was a day packed with industry leaders sharing the very latest techniques and information in a full docket of workshops, sessions, networking, and great giveaways, all flavored with that signature eLearning Brothers style.
Instead of a traditional morning session with one keynote address, we chose to go the route of a Ted Talk style lineup, with a morning full of shorter, but information-packed sessions from Scott Baird, Sean Bott, Catherine Nelson, Karl Kapp, Angel Green, and Michael Allen. Having so much quality material from so many great leaders and experts was amazing and kicked off the event in just the right way. We even put on an improv performance!
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
The afternoon was divided up into three different tracks: business, creative, and technology for nine one-hour sessions with some of our incredible in-house talents and experts, as well as Stephen Baer, Mike Hruska, and Anders Gronstedt. Between the level of talent that eLB attracts and the great friends who came to share their insights, the afternoon was one well spent soaking in some of the industry’s best knowledge and practices.
The morning and afternoon sessions are available to our customers as a part of our blog. This is a great value and the reason we filmed each and every one of them.
Thank You, Learning DevCamp!
We’re so grateful to Learning DevCamp for opening their doors to us and allowing us to host the first day of such a great tradition. eLearning Brothers didn’t shy away from bringing our trademark energy and volume to the event. And it was noticed…
Attendees also picked up some top shelf swag, enjoyed breakfast and lunch, and of course, were able to pose for a few photos with “KISS’s Gene Simmons.” (Not the real Gene, of course, but a fan favorite from many of our trade show appearances.)
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. The closing session featured more giveaways and some insight from CEO Andrew Scivally and President Curtis Morley. Then we served up a delicious and relaxing luau dinner on the lawn of the University Guest House. Dinner included live island music from Junior Maile to help everyone wind down after a great day. Capping off the event, Sean the Mentalist had everyone questioning their reality after his truly mind-blowing show. It’s something—just like the rest of eLBX—that won’t soon be forgotten.
If you missed eLBX this year, we hope you’ll be with us in the future, because this was the beginning of a great tradition and the first of many, many conferences to come that you absolutely do not want to miss. In the words of Zach Batty, Director of Marketing, “June 11th, 2018 will definitely be spoken of highly in eLearning Brother’s history. Our goal was to help people be eLearning Rockstars, and that day everybody was killing it.” I couldn’t have said it better myself!
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