Monthly Archives: December 2013

1812, 2013

Must See Six: December

By |December 18th, 2013|Blog, Financial, Healthcare, Legal, Online Continuing Education, Professional Association CE|0 Comments

Among our “must see” list this month is a bit of self-reflection. We discuss how to provide continuing education well to members, but what about for ourselves and our staffs? The last inclusion, “The Case for Professional Development in the Nonprofit Sector” reminds us that, as the expression goes, it is often the shoemaker’s children […]

1612, 2013

Bundle up for the winter!

By |December 16th, 2013|Blog, Online Continuing Education|0 Comments

I don’t frequent McDonald’s much anymore now that my kids have outgrown Happy Meals. But I happened to be in there yesterday (buying a gift card) and witnessed a befuddled youngster turn to mom in desperation after 5 menu questions (yes, 5) and say “why do I have to make so many decisions?” McDonald’s new […]

1212, 2013

Georgetown Law Chooses InReach to Deliver Online Continuing Legal Education

By |December 12th, 2013|Legal, News, Online Continuing Education, Professional Association CE|0 Comments

Georgetown Law Chooses InReach to Deliver Online Continuing Legal Education 
—InReach Technology Tapped to Expand the Reach and Availability of Georgetown Law’s Premier CLE Programs— 
AUSTIN, Texas – December 23, 2013 – InReach, a leading provider of online continuing education (CE) management solutions, today announces that Georgetown Law, one of the world’s premier law schools, has chosen InReach […]

1212, 2013

The Online Continuing Education Maturity Curve

By |December 12th, 2013|Blog, Financial, Healthcare, Legal, Online Continuing Education, Professional Association CE|0 Comments

This article originally appeared in the International Association of Continuing Education & Training newsletter.

In the past decade, continuing education (CE) has experienced a distinct trend with respect to the stages of maturity CE providers go through to bring the benefit of online CE to their members and participants.
Most member organizations started at the lowest level […]

312, 2013

What Healthcare.gov Teaches Us

By |December 3rd, 2013|Blog, Online Continuing Education|0 Comments

When I saw the recent post about Healthcare.gov on the Tagoras blog, I braced myself for an overly political article. I was pleasantly surprised though when instead I read a practical piece on the increasingly strong tie between service delivery, specifically for education, and technology.

For many associations, successful delivery of continuing education is dependent upon […]