Monthly Archives: March 2016

2303, 2016

Where’s Waldo? Taking the Scavenger Hunt out of Finding Online Courses

By |March 23rd, 2016|Blog, Online Continuing Education|0 Comments

They say it’s the small things in life that count and this is certainly true for the online education world. Something as simple as number of clicks from here-to-there can win or lose a customer. However, thanks to website analytics, tracking when potential participants leave a website due to frustrating navigation can be determined.

You can […]

1503, 2016

5 Tips to Increase Member Satisfaction

By |March 15th, 2016|Blog, Professional Association CE|0 Comments

Technology is advancing at an alarming rate and significantly impacting the world around it. Daily activities such as shopping, watching television, even communicating with others, can now be done online.

An area that has also followed suit is education, specifically CE. Tangible materials and in-person events are falling to the wayside due to young millennial professionals […]

903, 2016

5 Tips in Your Search for Online CE

By |March 9th, 2016|Blog, Online Continuing Education, Professional Association CE|1 Comment

My company is a leading provider of technology and services that enable online continuing education (CE). From that perspective, you could assume a bias towards certain kinds of CE. On the other (less cynical) hand, I have been exposed to a tremendous amount of online professional continuing education over the years. From this perspective, I […]

303, 2016

Jazz, Leadership, and Continuing Education

By |March 3rd, 2016|Blog, Online Continuing Education, Professional Association CE|0 Comments

Recently, the Harvard Business Review sent an email promoting a book called “Yes to the Mess: Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz” by Frank J. Barrett. The title alone grabbed my attention, and then I remembered a few Jazz musicians I knew, who talked about improvisation and experimentation as key elements of creating music. Not only […]