Learning Technologies SIG

  • March 04, 2015
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Online - Link will be email to you


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"4 on the 4th at 4" Speaker Series - What is the Right Blend of Blended Learning?

Program Description:

There are a lot of tools and media in the Training Toolkit today. Webinars, e-learning, asynchronous or synchronous classes, instructor led, web 2.0, social learning, videos, conferencing, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg? Learning Professionals talk about the benefits of Blended Learning. But what’s the right blend? How do you make great choices from the plethora of options available? How do you execute a Blended Strategy? And are there certain blends that work better, or better for certain industries, or better with certain learner populations? The landscape can seem confusing. What’s a trainer to do?

Join our Panel Discussion on March 4th and hear from industry leaders. Our panelists will answer your questions and offer advice, practical tips, and share personal experiences around the issue of making and delivering the right blend of learning.



Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett, CPLP, is an independent consultant, professional speaker, instructional designer, classroom facilitator and author who specializes in workplace training and development. With over twenty years of experience, Cindy has successfully designed curriculums, facilitated classes, and led training rollouts in almost every industry and every size organization.

Cindy is the author of The Virtual Training Guidebook: How to Design, Deliver, and Implement Live Online Learning and Virtual Training Basics. Cindy is also a past member of the ASTD National Board of Directors and was one of the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation.You can find Cindy sharing training tips on Twitter as @cindyhugg or on her website (www.cindyhuggett.com). 

Chris Van Wingerden

Vice President Learning Solutions, dominKnow Learning Systems

Chris has worked in e- and m-learning for well more than a decade and is still fascinated by the ways that technology’s constant evolution and change can be brought into the world of learning and training. His work at dominKnow Learning Systems has ranged from projects for one-person companies through to global-scale content roll outs. 

Chris holds a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education as well as a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. He has presented sessions with a number of learning and development organizations including ATD and CSTD and is a regular session presenter at eLearning Guild events including mLearnCon, DevLearn and Learning Solutions.


Malika Viltz 

Malika is a Professional in Human Capital Management and Learning Technologies with experience in human resource strategies, organizational transformation, learning solutions (design, delivery and development), performance/process improvement, program and project management, and emerging technology. Malika develops innovative approaches to her clients learning and organizational transformation needs.


She has experiences working in various industries including Consumer Products, Transportation, Retail, Beverage, Higher Education, k-12 Education, Healthcare, Telecommunications, Insurance and Public Sector (State and Local Government)..Additionally, Malika has led engagements with offshore teams.


Malika is pursing her Doctorate in Learning Technologies at Pepperdine University, she's currently writing her Dissertation.  In addition, she holds a Masters in Education Technology and Leadership from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor of Sciences in Organizational Behavior from Northwestern University.


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