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Webinar | EDUCAUSE Professional Pathways: Chart Your Way Forward!

EDUCAUSE has developed four professional pathways to guide you in supporting and transforming higher education through the innovative use of technology: Teaching and Learning Innovation Information Security Information Technology Each of the four pathways offers role descriptions, sample positions, pay ranges, recommended skills and education, stories from actual professionals in higher education, toolkits, and specific…

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Webinar | Online Copyright Education Center Update and Discussion

Over the past year, Columbia University Libraries Copyright Advisory Services, the Copyright Office at the University of Michigan Library, and an advisory group of world-class experts piloted a new online copyright education center with classes on copyright issues and management. Our vision is to inform and empower our community, recognizing that copyright and related issues…

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Webinar |Member QuickTalk | Mentoring: Why Engage? | EDUCAUSE

The benefits of engaging in a mentoring relationship are undeniable, and EDUCAUSE is committed to providing opportunities for our members to engage, connect and create community. Join this engaging discussion to hear concrete examples of the power of mentoring, and why this is the missing piece in your professional development journey.   Facilitated by:  Sarah…

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Webinar | Member QuickTalk | Microcredentialing | Educause

As one of the 2021 EDUCAUSE Teaching and Learning Horizon Report key technologies and practices, microcredentials are quickly becoming a mainstay of the higher education landscape. But institutions are at varying stages of maturity, and there are many opportunities to learn from each other. Join your peers in conversation about how higher ed is taking…

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Webinar – Member QuickTalk | Microcredentialing | Educause

As one of the 2021 EDUCAUSE Teaching and Learning Horizon Report key technologies and practices, microcredentials are quickly becoming a mainstay of the higher education landscape. But institutions are at varying stages of maturity, and there are many opportunities to learn from each other. Join your peers in conversation about how higher ed is taking…