As we shared in last week’s News, NDLW is almost here, and we are thrilled to have you join us November 7-11 for a week filled with 10 complimentary webinars. Tune in at 1pm and 3pm ET each day as USDLA hosts its 15th annual National Distance Learning Week.
Ah, November, the month of gratitude. By now, many of us are aware that practicing gratitude is good for us. Gratitude helps us put things in perspective. It helps us shift away from stress or bitterness over what we lack and feel more grounded and at ease with what we have. This is powerful for our daily well-being.
"Success boils down to one thing: making good decisions,. Learn the right framework now that can make all the difference later when faced with terrible options, deep anxiety, and fear of failure." — author David Siegel
USDLA is at its strongest point in history thanks to our powerful partners and sponsors who not only support us financially but provide insight and education to our members about exciting developments in the distance learning industry.
Sept. 27, 2022 — A note from Gerry Hanley, executive director of Merlot.org: If you haven’t used our service yet, I am thrilled to introduce you to the MERLOT project, which began in 1997 when the California State University Center for Distributed Learning developed and provided free access to MERLOT: www.merlot.org.
As we know, school cybersecurity governance requires being proactive. Some of the critical factors include developing a response plan, designating a security coordinator, and auditing and updating systems.
We know that you will love this online 8-week workshop where we will bring together a circle of up to 10 women from across the country to create magick and to learn about and share magick-infused rituals.
It’s September … we are nearing the transition from summer to fall. While we’re still baking in heat (at least I am here in DC), we can start to look ahead and prepare ourselves for the seasonal transition
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Public policy issues that will continue to be on the radar for 2022 and the next few years include dual enrollment and the use of open education resources. Both topics impact k-12 and higher education