Category Archives: Learning at Roosevelt

A Career Magic Wand: 8 Ways to Leverage Your Portfolio

How can you Harry Potter your way into career advancement? Your work portfolio can be your magic wand! Continue reading

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The CPLP: Driving Success

Celebrating its 16th birthday this year, the CPLP exam has established itself as the certification of choice for workplace learning professionals who meet the testing criteria of five years of experience in training related areas (your MATD counts toward this). … Continue reading

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The Recipe for Success: Formal education leads to better results

When I began my studies at RU, it was with many years of experience working in the training and development field under my belt.  I was a competent training manager—serving as the liaison between the SMEs and developers, offering input … Continue reading

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TRDV Student Wins ATDChi Dr. Deborah Colky Scholarship Award

Kimberly Isley-Pesto was recently presented with ATDChi’s Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award. Kimberly is a student in the Graduate Program in Training and Development preparing to graduate in fall 2015. ATDChi’s Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award … Continue reading

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Blogging 101: How to write engaging and informative content

If you’ve never written a blog post before, where do you begin? I will offer you three strategies to quickly get up to speed: Know your Blog: If you are a guest blogger, start by familiarizing yourself with the blog purpose, … Continue reading

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Piloting Digital Badges in Graduate Education

Digital or open badges are electronic credentials that communicate expertise to employers, educators, clients, and coworkers. Although badges are a topic of interest and discussion, they are not widely recognized or utilized. Most who are familiar with badges agree that … Continue reading

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Trust, But Verify: Why Editing your own Work is a Must

By Vince Cyboran, Ed.D. Imagine that you are writing an article about T&D consulting contracts. As you work, the phrase “Trust, but verify” pops into your head. It is, after all, an apt quote.  And, if you are like countless … Continue reading

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