Inclusion: Do You Have a Roadmap for Success?

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have never been more important than they are today. DE&I is the top HCM priority of most organizations in 2021, according […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 4/12/21

A year ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well as […]

What Does it Mean to Design for Scale?

It’s no secret that enrollment numbers are increasing, whether due to a global pandemic or more run-of-the-mill economic changes, workforce needs and demands, or personal […]

Schoox Announces Partnership with Traliant to Offer Award-Winning HR and Compliance Training

Schoox announces its partnership with Traliant to bolster its compliance training offerings and address the need for a more positive and respectful work culture Austin, […]

How Christians May Feel Stigmatized in the Biology Community

Although Christians are overrepresented in American society, they are underrepresented in biology careers. What is the reason for this under-representation? Prior research has indicated that […]

Students’ Knowledge of Finding and Securing Research Positions: How Can We Make Undergraduate Research Experiences Accessible?

Many STEM students are seeking the opportunity to conduct undergraduate research at some point in their academic career due to its many benefits. However, finding […]

The growing power of women: From history to history-in-the-making

“Women and girls can do whatever they want. There is no limit to what we as women can accomplish.” Doesn’t Michelle Obama just say it […]

Integrating Human Rights into Learning Design

Diversity People Heads - Free image on Pixabay Yesterday, I attended a very informative webinar by The Institute for Performance and Learning on "Integrating Human Rights into […]

John Henryism

 Sharing this guest post from Renton Technical College VPI Dr. Stephanie Delaney's February 12th newsletter, with her permission. You can find her at www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniedelaney  Do you […]

The Chinese Diaspora welcomes a New Year

I once heard a saying that the Chinese are probably the most dispersed diaspora across the globe, albeit ranked third behind the Indians and Mexicans […]

Dialogues on Inclusion: Discussing and reflecting on the complex issue of inclusion

Higher education today is filled with information about inclusive practices for our classrooms and schools that need to be discussed from multiple perspectives, and do […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 1/18/21

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

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