For continuing education (CE) providers that are “nonprofit,” there is a healthy tension when it comes to pricing your CE products. Many organizational objectives influence the pricing decisions and many of the objectives are competing. In addition to dealing with competing objectives, some of you have to deal with annual changes in leadership and with […]
The Olympics are now over and the medals distributed. Winners and “losers” have packed their bags and gone home to cheering crowds or supportive friends and family. If you are like me, you admire the hard work that goes into competing. Qualifying for the Olympics doesn’t just happen. The opportunity to compete and win is […]
When online professional education was first made available to lawyers, doctors, nurses, accountants and other professionals, end-users’ expectations were modest. If the learner could connect, stay connected, and hear the presentation, it was an online educational success! Several decades later, learner expectations have changed dramatically.
Expectations have changed because technology has improved significantly over the years […]
We like to highlight one of our staff members so you can get to know us better! Today we’d like to turn the spotlight onto Nathan Vaut.
What do you do at InReach?
I manage the Client Success team so that puts me in touch with every single InReach client in one way or another. Most of […]
Microlearning courses are short, interactive, and targeted, addressing a single educational objective. Micro course offerings are an expectation of young professionals, given they grew up consuming short and direct online content like Ted Talks. Micro course offerings are effective for all professionals because it is easier for learners to identify and receive content that is […]
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 […]
Now that it is February I just have to ask: How are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? No doubt many of you are still plugging away and achieving success, but for most folks that go through the resolution exercise that is not the case. The concept of New Year’s resolutions has always been a […]
When is the last time you made a significant purchase without looking at the reviews, or testing it out? These days we don’t even go to the movies without first seeing a preview. And now’s your chance to get a preview of the InReach continuing education management system. Join our Product Tour tomorrow at 2pm […]
As Neil recently pointed out in his blog, learners have changed, and their learning preferences have changed. The question then becomes, how do you develop courses that will engage, stimulate, educate and excite the modern learner?
Here are some course design tips we thought you might find helpful:
Make it bite-sized. Over-loaded schedules and frequent interruptions makes […]
Education never stops – we hear that every day. And it’s true; people continue to learn long after they have left the comfort of the classroom or lecture hall. For many, career choices demand certain certifications and compliance requirements, which necessitates the need for professional education.
Here’s the thing – while the importance of education remains […]