Dennis Glenn, MFA creates interactive virtual simulations for learning and assessment that evaluate the cognitive decision-making abilities of knowledge workers. As a consultant to many corporations and educational organizations, Dennis Glenn has designed learning systems, curricula, business plans, and classrooms for synchronous and asynchronous learning environments. Glenn was drawn to this work following a distinguished career in professional photography and film.
Dennis closed Glenn Films, Inc. in 1993 in order to pursue teaching opportunities, which led to a position as Assistant Dean and Director of the Distributed Learning Center at Northwestern University’s School of Communication. Glenn’s research is centered on learning styles and the development of interactive learning environments that individualize instruction over broadband networks. Dennis has taught at numerous universities including Northwestern, Columbia College, and Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He currently teaches two courses in the Graduate School for New Learning at DePaul University, Engaging Social Media and Mastery Learning Using Serious Games.
Glenn is a sought-after speaker at numerous conferences each year, including the IMSH2017, Learning Solutions 2017, ATD International Conference, ATD TechConference, Distance Learning Conference, Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Internet2 Meetings, E-Learn Conference, Educause and the Workforce Performance conference.