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Why a Blog about Adult Higher Education?

For the past 18 months I’ve been an administrator in Whitworth University‘s School of Continuing Studies, an evening program for working adults in Spokane, Washington. 519 more words


OnBoarding vs Superman.

Start of a New #Retail Week means New Opportunities for Everyone.

Don’t ever be unprepared for that ‘Surprise” Notice from your “Best” Team Member due to: 141 more words


GDPR - After the restore

I joined in on an interesting conversation the other day on twitter. It was about some unusual ramifications of GDPR (The EU General Data Protection Regulation). 449 more words

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Preparing to Moderate Panels

Best moderation practices vary by the audience of the event, the panel topic, and the panelists themselves. There is no One True Way to moderate well, and I’m not a certified expert! 1,929 more words

Document Review and Proportionality - Part One

In 2013 I wrote a law review article on how the costs of document review could be controlled using predictive coding and cost estimation. Predictive… 3,862 more words


Better than You?

Simple tip.
Hard Habit to Break.
Return on Investment
will make you Happy you did.

Have a PHENOMENAL day.


How have you worked to be an advocate for students who are at-risk in your school?

There are a few things that I need to assume when working with an at-risk child in my school:  first, I need to assume that I am the first person to notice that this student is at-risk and not assume someone is ever looking after him/her; second, I need to reach out to my colleague and find our how this student has been supported in the past; third, I need to connect with the family to share my concerns and listen to theirs; finally, I need to communicate with the student and work with all the stakeholders on a plan to get them the sort of help they need.  79 more words