Articles Tagged ‘continuing education’

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