Presenters: Tyrin Avery and Erin Wagner Tidwell (Salesforce)
What I found interesting about the presentation is that Tyrin and Erin actually walked us through the build, releasing snippets, of course. Because I had not seen any code in a while, to see it in action on screen was a bit overwhelming. I do understand that Tyrin and Erin were attempting to immerse their audience in the real play-by-play of what really happens when a Learning Map is produced. Be as it may, it is always amazing to see a content-related product being built and the result exhibited but getting us there…. Whew! That was a lot for my eyes.
As I listened to Tyrin and Erin complete their presentation, I also thought about how this might be applicable for the work that I do. Because I work within the complexities associated with delivering policies and procedures (P&Ps), my mind’s eye could visualize using Learning Maps to help my team organize the vast layering of complex content and solution this approach, so that our users/readers might be able to quickly locate what they need, when they need it.