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How social media can help in 'corporate training'?

It’s time to rest your apprehensions on social media and just start using the awesome social media tools in your training

Whether you are a traditional classroom trainer, or an expert in eLearning or virtual training, an understanding of social media can help you immensely. 391 more words


A learner and an educator

For a lot of us, the years we spent in school were pure torture. They were years of deprivation, confusion, and stress. We had to be up early to sleepily get ready for school, spend all day at school sitting on those hard benches, breaking only for a short tea break and lunch, and after a seemingly endless and bright hot afternoon reciting our lessons pile out of our classrooms to return home, where we had to do a whole pile of homework, have our dinner and pass out in exhaustion in front of the TV, only for the cycle to start again the next day. 478 more words


Research Uncorked: A Town-Gown Ed Opportunity

During the spring 2015 semester, I worked alongside two colleagues from Kent State University to launch a new series that brings together researchers at KSU with the Kent and surrounding communities. 173 more words

Honors Education

Working 9 to 5

Well, actually I work 9 to 5.30, but what’s a half hour when you’re making pop culture references?

I did a whole week at work, guys. 551 more words

Go Forth And Be An Adult

Lifelong Learning: Develop a Personal Learning Network

The freedom to learning anything, anytime, anywhere and with absolutely anybody is a gift that today’s online world affords educators.  It is a gift which empowers educators to create their own learning opportunities and challenges and enables them to meet up with other like-minded people who have similar interests. 342 more words

Learning Community

Save the Monarchs...And Save Grass Roots Movements

As I drove out to the hospital this morning, I carefully passed  a large group of RAGBRAI riders. They looked strong. Later my wife told me about the big grass roots movement to… 261 more words

Psychosomatic Medicine

Unintentional Detours, Porous Boundaries, and Curiosity

By Jihyun Oh, MDiv ’06

My last day as a staff chaplain was last week. It is the work that I was called to for 5 1/2 years, but it was not something I had planned on doing. 945 more words

Along The Journey