New to the RU Training Blog?
Whether you have been following our blog since its early days in 2010 or this is your first time visiting, please take just a moment to review this brief overview of how our blog can benefit you.
You will find over 250 published posts by our faculty, program coordinator, students, and alumni addressing topics of importance in the field of training, e-learning, organization development, performance improvement, consulting, etc. Please see the “Categories” section to locate posts that might be of interest or value to you.
Here are links select posts:
- Following Mezirow: A Roadmap through Transformative Learning
- Ten Ways to Build your Learning Organization through Self-Directed Learning
- Andragogy vs. Pedagogy: Much Ado about Nothing?
- Six Blind Men and an Elephant: Why we need learning communities
- Instructional Methods: Better beginnings with training openers
In our Jobs area, you will find regularly updated information and links to career opportunities and internships. Many opportunities are sent to us by our alumni, their employers, and industry experts familiar with our students’ reputation. If you know of a job opportunity and would like to see it added to our blog, please contact Tara Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Events section, you will find news about upcoming events sponsored by our program and also by local industry associations. You will also find links to recorded webinars for past events.
In the Links section, you will learn more about our graduate degree programs in Training and Organization Development and our Professional Credentials.
In the Social Justice section, we highlight activities in social justice that link to our University mission.
“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt