The pandemic has changed the way we work and learn. Overnight, almost everyone, regardless of their age or technological expertise, learned to use virtual tools
Post-pandemic online learning: What’s next?
The pandemic has changed the way we work and learn. Overnight, almost everyone, regardless of their age or technological expertise, learned to use virtual tools like Zoom. Given the readyRead more »
Online Learning and E-learning Delivery Modes: Which is best?
In last week’s post, we discussed developing a common language around online learning. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s consider the pros and cons of theRead more »
Online Learning: Let’s create a common language
One of the challenges with online learning (e-learning in non-educational markets) is a lack of common language and terminology. In particular, our use and understanding of virtual delivery—sometimes called ZoomRead more »
Embracing Millennial Movers and Developing Them Anyway
By: Shanae Mitchell, MATD, Guest Author Introduction For many Millennials, people born between 1981 and 1996, staying at a company long-term is not on a list of career aspirations. InRead more »
The Fight Against Zoom Fatigue
By Guest Author Kaelyn Schulz In our “New Normal,” remote and hybrid work from home is here to stay, which means we will continue to use technology to connect withRead more »
Welcome new and returning students to the second half of our academic year. I hope this message finds you well and that your break was restful and enjoyable! Here areRead more »
Roosevelt MATD Selected as a Best Masters Program in Training in 2021!
According to Great Business Schools, the Master of Arts in Training at Roosevelt is among the top 25 graduate programs in our field. This independent organization ranks business programs withoutRead more »
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