Articles Tagged ‘continuing education’

The Weekly Minute Welcomes Tony Veroeven

Published by Tony Veroeven

Transcript

Dan Loomis: Hi! I’m Dan Loomis.

Tony Veroeven: And I’m Tony Veroeven.

Dan: We welcome Tony to the Weekly Minute team.

Tony: Thanks so much, Dan. I appreciate it.

The Effect of the Fiscal Cliff on Continuing Education

Published by Dan Loomis on January 7th, 2013

Is the Fiscal Cliff Affecting Your Continuing Education and Instructor-Led Training?

If you’ve turned on the news lately, and assuming you’re not living underneath a rock, you’ve probably heard a

What is Blended Learning?

Published by Sara Olbrantz on November 1st, 2012

Blended Learning can be defined as education that combines face-to-face classroom methods with an online component to form an integrated instructional approach.

In the U.S. Department of Educations’ “Evaluation of

Is Using Learning Management Systems to House Association Content a Good Idea?

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Your association’s learning management system (LMS) is good for a lot of things. It houses a lot of your association’s training materials, or maybe even other educational publications in one

Continuing Education – Online or On-Site?

Published by Dan Loomis

In this age of technology and online access how do face-to-face meetings hold their value?

A printed workbook and on-site meeting remain an integral and effective learning tool and networking

On-Site Training Still Holds Value

Published by Sara Olbrantz

It’s no secret – associations today are challenged with managing cost.

As a result, associations are moving more of their conferences and annual meetings online creating
hybrid events in order