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Get Ready for Online Learning with LMS Selection Criteria

Delcor

Online learning programs expand your market for education since many members (and others in your audience) can’t always afford to attend or take time away from work to travel to conferences and other educational events. But they can take out their phone/tablet or sit down at their laptop and participate in learning programs when it’s convenient for them. If you’re ready to invest in a learning management system (LMS), start by reviewing these LMS selection criteria.

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Associations play an important role in higher education

Aaron Wolowiec

And then comes the price tag. Educators should develop a better understanding of what students need to be learning, and then connect those learning outcomes to employment, they said. Students drive their own pace of completion through a program’s curricular courses or modules by demonstrating competencies through learning exercises, activities and engaging experiences. Consider alternative delivery methods and new technologies.

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Associations play an important role in higher education

Aaron Wolowiec

And then comes the price tag. Educators should develop a better understanding of what students need to be learning, and then connect those learning outcomes to employment, they said. Students drive their own pace of completion through a program’s curricular courses or modules by demonstrating competencies through learning exercises, activities and engaging experiences. Consider alternative delivery methods and new technologies.

Associations Need to Lead Change with Education Programs

WBT Systems

Because association education programs are based on industry standards, the learning outcomes are consistent and it is easy for employers to recognize the validity of skills and competencies achieved. To address the different skills and competencies required by employers, often associations provide a more diverse offering of formal and informal learning experiences through conferences, mentoring, webinars, blended learning, online courses and networking.