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Alex Heiphetz is founder and president of AHG, Inc., a software solution company specializing in business services to training companies and educational institutions: custom software, training simulations, audio and video production. Dr. Heiphetz consults with corporations and universities on the benefits and logistics of virtual training and education programs. He has presented on Second Life as related to corporate training at multiple conferences, such as Innovations in Learning 2007, the Distance Learning Association (2008), the Society for Applied Learning Technology (2008) and at SNY ASTD (2008). His papers have appeared in Distance Learning magazine, Training Magazine and other publications.Gary Woodill is Director of Research at Brandon Hall, a leading research firm focusing on learning, where he tracks emerging learning technologies. Brandon Hall's clients have included Microsoft, IBM, Cisco, GE, Motorola, Kraft, HP, Goldman Sachs, and Westinghouse, among others. He speaks frequently at conferences such as ASTD, CSTD and SALT, and blogs daily at Workplace Learning Today.