Human resources The federal government is trying to shore up its cybersecurity workforce with a new program that offers discount training to current feds and their families. The Office of Personnel Management is teaming with Champlain College Online to create a new online Master of Science in Information Security Operations program, and the college's truED alliance is offering a 50 percent discount for federal employees and their families.
The newest trend in corporate training is the move toward eLearning solutions to replace more traditional classes and other materials. According to a report from Roland Berger, 77 percent of companies in the United States use some form of eLearning to train their employees.
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Kristen Morales University of Georgia A new report released this week will give lawmakers, school officials and others specific direction when it comes to supporting and strengthening science teacher learning, says a University of Georgia professor who contributed to the effort.
Malia Fledderman decided to go back to school to get an MBA "to just get a job in general. I had a very hard time after graduation just finding a full-time job because I was a 'damn millennial' and didn't have any experience."
Published on 01.21.16 in Elearning Strategy After SCORM, companies are adopting the Tin Can standard (also known as xAPI) to measure the effectiveness of their e-learning courses. There's almost no need to convince companies about the importance of training their teams and partners.
ONLINE education via Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in the country has continued to grow within the past year, due to the efforts of the Higher Education Ministry in enhancing quality and accessibility, and making tertiary education affordable. It promotes student autonomy and fosters a community which engages and motivates each other, which is critical to better outcomes.