Jane Holcombe

Jane Holcombe is a technical writer who began her career in the 1980s creating courseware for the emerging PC market. She co-founded a company that presented PC support training in all major cities of the continental United States. After a diversion into server and network management, she returned to technical writing and has authored textbooks, workbooks, and self-study guides for McGraw-Hill Education. Currently, Jane is exploring the use of virtual environments in learning.

Latest by Jane Holcombe

How to Think Like a Futurist: DevLearn 2017 Closing Keynote
November 6, 2017

Dr. Jane McGonigal’s closing keynote offered practical ideas about how to think like a futurist by using first-person thinking, not dry facts.

How VR Is Changing the Future of Content: 2017 Realities360 Keynote
August 28, 2017

What is the right content for virtual reality? Maxwell Planck shared his take on the best approaches to VR in his Realities360 keynote.

2017 Realities360 Recap: Immerse Yourself in Learning
August 7, 2017

Nearly 250 eLearning professionals attended the limited-seating Realities360 Conference in San Jose, immersed into new concepts, skills, and virtual experiences.