What the state of Nebraska Training and Development team has learned about eLearning development projects so far.
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The government IT workforce is rapidly approaching a retirement tsunami, and a potential crisis in hiring, retainment and recruitment.
A true leader does not operate with authority, but with skills that include partnership and inspiration.
Are you offering your learners a permission or are you selling a transformation?
More than just the sum of its parts, STEM curriculum advocates an interdisciplinary approach to learning featured subjects. It’s an attempt to break down independent subject silos and inspire students with real-word applications for the problem-solving skills they have acquired through their coursework.
Your learning should never stop, especially when it comes to your field. Even if your next promotion isn’t tied to you taking a class, it never hurts to refresh your skills.
Have you attended a conference or participated in a training session lately? Hopefully, these 5 tips can help you create change in your workplace!
You have to know who you are, including your strengths, weaknesses and your worth. Here are 10 takeaways from the recent Blacks in Government 40th Annual National Training Institute in New Orleans to help you excel.
Getting ahead in your career isn’t always easy and day-to-day work life can sometimes feel like you’re heading towards a dead end.These six books can help!
How can you ensure your training is effective? Here are five tips for Subject Matter Experts and other non-trainers tasked with instructional development.