DITA for eLearning Content Development March 26, 2010Posted by Karen Lubrecht in e-SIG Presentations, Intructional Design.
Tags: DITA, instructional design
At our March meeting at the Bucks County campus of La Salle University, Brian Driscoll addressed the implications of and potential uses for the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) in eLearning content development and delivery.
If you missed the event, his slide presentation can be downloaded. (104 KB)
Brian Driscoll, Application Developer, is primarily responsible for developing, testing, and implementing out-of-band solutions to meet clients’ needs. Brian has created custom Flash and .NET applications that have allowed clients such as The CEI Network, Mercy Health System, Merck, Fannie Mae, The World Bank, TakeCare Health Systems, Teleos Leadership Institute, The Insurance Institute of America, and The Continuum Center for Health & Healing to deliver cutting-edge web-based training programs to their end users. Mr. Driscoll also works extensively on SoftAssist’s internal application development and business process reengineering initiatives. Brian’s professional interests include distributed application development, and his personal interests include playing guitar and traveling the U.S. and Abroad with his family. Brian holds a B.S.Ed. in Secondary Education (magna cum laude) from Temple University and is currently earning an M.S. in Software Engineering from Drexel University.