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  • Networking at Conferences

    Professional conferences provide inspiration on the keynote stage, education in the breakout sessions, and (for many of us) perspiration during networking breaks. Wherever you fall on the continuum of introverts and extroverts, you can use conferences to bolster your professional...

    • Beginner
  • Activating Dynamic Discourse

    Let’s talk! It is true that anyone can begin a class conversation, but not all conversations are fruitful. It is not enough to simply open the floor for discussion. If you really want to initiate juicy and impactful discourse in...

    • Beginner
  • Passion Lead Success

    When developing a career plan, setting goals is a common success tool. Typically these goals are based on financial gain, but what if each professional goal spoke instead to your personal passions. Too often we have to decide between being...

    • Beginner
  • A Skills-Based Resume May (or May Not) Be Best

    Most of us only know the most common, basic format for a resume. We are all aware a resume typically includes your work history presented in chronological order, and any additional effort given to it usually involves word choice and...

    • Beginner
  • True Creativity! Exploring A Broad Range of Solutions

    To begin to study creativity, we must consider convergent versus divergent thinking. Our educational systems have long sought to teach students how to answer questions. What is the right answer? In most traditional teaching-learning situations, major emphasis is placed on...

    • Beginner
  • Embracing Variability to Enhance Learning

    There is no such thing as an average learner. Every person has a unique mix of strengths and weaknesses, or what we refer to as variability, and the sooner we embrace it, the quicker we can change the way we...

    • Intermediate
  • Understanding and Implementing Microlearning

    42 percent of Millennials say they're likely to leave their current organization because they're not learning fast enough. How can you address this issue and deliver training to your learners at their point of need in a format they'll actually...

    • 5.0
    • Beginner
  • Get BrandED!

    For years, business has used brand power for selling. In education, we call it BrandED. An educational brand positions schools in their best light, using strategies that communicate the school’s achievements beyond the view of test results or graduation rates.

    • Beginner
  • Get Educated on Education Marketing

    Marketing and communications for education is a unique challenge. With a wide range of audiences and a vast swath of generational personas, education marketers in both Higher Ed and Independent Schools need to be informed on the latest opportunities to...

    • Beginner
  • Learning Better, Faster

    Being successful at work is incumbent on learning new things. But there are so many new things to learn! How do we as individuals learn as fast as we need to and, more importantly, actually retain that information? This path...

    • Beginner
  • Tips and Resources for Instructor-Led Training

    Before you can help others learn, it's important to keep a few things in mind: the ways that adults learn, the climate in which adults learn best, the methods of instruction that are the most effective, and the importance of...

    • Duration 2.8h
    • Intermediate
  • Technology in Learning: Understanding Affordances

    This path is a series of lectures from Dr. Bill Cope, a Professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois. He is the Principal Investigator in a series of projects funded by the Institute of...

    • Beginner
  • Launching Your e-Learning Program

    It's easy to buy an LMS, but it takes a good strategy to successfully launch e-learning for your users. These resources will help take you from an empty platform to a well-developed and engaging online learning program.

    • 5.0
    • Beginner
  • Open Educational Resources in the K-12 Classroom

    Open educational resources (OER) are educational materials made available for sharing, accessing and reusing through a public or open license; these materials have been used in the K-12 and higher education environments for years with much success. This path will...

    • Beginner
  • Learning How to Learn

    In a world of constant change, the ability to acquire new skills and knowledge quickly and continually is critical to your success. This short path, which was inspired by the popular Coursera course "Learning How to Learn", can help you...

    • Duration 1h
    • Beginner