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TRDV Alumna Wins Award

TRDV alumna, Nicole Hajdrowski, has been named the 2016 Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year by Caveo Learning. Nicole graduated with a Master of Arts in Organization Development in 2009. The Chicagoland Learning Leader of the Year award honors the … Continue reading

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ADDIE: Relic or Still Relevant?

Is the ADDIE instructional design method a dinosaur or a diamond? Continue reading

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Work Backwards & Define Results First: Measuring Informal Learning Strategically

by Tom Ford, MATD candidate Informal learning is one of the greatest learning tools of the 21st century and also one of the biggest headaches for the modern trainer to evaluate effectively.   Kirkpatrick’s  4 Levels of Evaluation (Reaction, Learning, Behavior … Continue reading

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Hillbilly is the New Black: Why T&D Professionals Need to Read J.D. Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis”

by Vince Cyboran, Ed.D. 1963:   Q. What do you call a rich hillbilly? A. A Mount William. 2016: Q. What do you call a rich hillbilly? A. J.D. Vance. Whatever the outcome of the upcoming US presidential race, we are … Continue reading

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Spring and Summer Registration

Spring and summer schedules are now available. Registration codes are being sent out to your RU address this week. Please contact Tara thawkins@roosevelt.edu with any questions.

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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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LinkedIn Groups: Are you in?

LinkedIn Groups: Are you In? by Vince Cyboran, Ed.D. There are a variety of reasons to join LinkedIn, such as networking, job hunting, or keeping up with colleagues from former jobs. But some people also use it for learning, and … Continue reading

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