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New Year Resolution: Invest in Association Learning Technology

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Back at the office, this process is paralleled as the new year kick-starts strategic planning sessions to set goals for association management, covering everything from membership growth and retention to updating education and certification programs. Whether your association is planning to launch new education or certification programs, or revitalize and restructure existing programs, our suggestion for your new year resolution is to invest in association learning technology.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.1.19

Reid All About it

Billhighway suggests several resources and strategies a national association can provide to help chapters with member recruitment. Raising the Bar: Using Certifications and Credentialing to Extend Your Reach. Offering a certification program through your LMS can formalize the relationship with the learner and create loyalty to your organization. Discover the recipe to build engagement before, during, and after learning programs. Host: eLearning Learning.

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Don’t Nickel-and-Dime Members: Ideas to Increase Non-Dues Revenue

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Their new membership model includes unlimited access to certifications, online education, newsletters, industry analyses, and communities—the “ pay-to-play ‘extras’ in most association business models.”. Although certifications are part of HFMA’s all-access membership, your association could choose to provide free education, but charge for credentialing applications, exams, and renewals, and/or digital badges. Are they using your online learning platform?