Association of Talent Development - Greater Cincinnati Chapter

Lunch & Learn Webinar: Virtual Learning Environments Debunked & Defined

  • 30 Jun 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual

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Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) have withstood two decades now in higher education. First, a support to the traditional classroom. Now, a vehicle to deliver complete online learning programs. Early adopters carved out a niche in the marketplace and capitalized on the scalability gained when the constraints of the classroom are removed.

VLEs are emerging now as a means to delivered blended learning programs in the Corporate space. Learning professionals have battled the paradox of valuable classroom experiences against timing of training, resources, travel, and physical space. Could VLE platforms be a happy medium for Corporate Learning? Join guest facilitator, Ashley Glaub, in an hour long discussion as she explores what a VLE is (and isn’t), platform capabilities, and discusses corporate use cases.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Define Virtual Learning Environments as tool to enable corporate learning
  • Identify Learning 2.0 tool capabilities and describe support mechanism for traditional learning
  • Discuss piloted use cases and associated business results


Ashley GlaubAshley Glaub is an Organizational Development professional specializing in Change Management and Alternative Learning Strategy holding an MSM in Change Leadership. Her work over the last 8 years in the rapidly changing financial services industry led her to alternative learning strategy research and development. She sought to balance the paradox between learning sustainability and evolving business approaches. The outcome of her work in this firm was coined ‘learning transformation’. Results of her work created incremental gains away from traditional (formal) learning approaches to a blended, asynchronous learning system that matches the industry recognized 70/20/10 approach. 

Today, Ashley is an active consultant with GP Strategies. Currently, she is working on 5 deployments of Virtual Learning Environment enabled learning plans deploying at a financial services firm.  

Recently relocated, Ashley now calls Batesville, IN home and is beginning to learn all about what Cincinnati has to offer!

Meeting information 

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Topic:    ATD Cincy Chapter: Virtual Learning Environments Debunked and Defined 

Date:     Tuesday, June 30, 2015 

Time:     12:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) 

Meeting Number:           254 021 167 

Meeting Password:         ATDCincy12   

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