Virtual Learning Environments: Redefining the Training Experience

As organizations continue to expand globally and training budgets continue to decrease, developing effective learning programs has become a significant challenge. Learning management systems and basic online learning tools have fallen short in providing an engaging learning experience, resulting in a need for more effective training programs.

Register for the ASTD webinar, “Virtual Learning Environments: Redefining the Training Experience,” and learn how to re-engage your employees by providing easy access to interactive training programs. This webinar will demonstrate how virtual training enhances learning retention and improves learning outcomes. At this interactive webinar, you will learn:
  • The challenges driving virtual learning
  • How to enhance and extend your learning management systems
  • How virtual environments are redefining the learning experience
  • Best practices for building a virtual learning strategy
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Title: Virtual Learning Environments: Redefining the Training Experience
Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 45 minutes plus live Q&A


Tom Masotto
Vice President, Product Management
ON24, Inc.
As Vice President of Product Management for ON24, Tom is responsible for the development of the ON24 virtual communications platform and its implementation in applications including virtual marketing, learning and corporate communications. Tom has over 20 years of technology experience, including time with Hewlett-Packard, VeriFone and Intel. Tom has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, a Master’s degree in Computer Science/Electrical Engineering from MIT and a BS in Computer Engineering from Boston University.