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In Trust newsletter logo April 28, 2017
   

Ready or not

"People act shocked when the usual crises occur and they Are-you-ready 4have no adequate plan." 

Why? Perhaps it's because of where we as leaders invest our time. Many of us are so focused on deadlines and day-to-day obligations that we never take the time to plan for crises that may or may not take place.

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Williamson Hall Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, has decided to sell nearby Westminster Choir College, which the university first acquired in 1992. This may raise concerns for seminaries that are considering mergers with nearby universities. 

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Technological solutions for board collaboration 

At your school, how do board members communicate between Cloud-computing 2meetings? How are board documents relayed and important decisions made ahead of meetings? Is it sometimes challenging to collaborate with your board members, who are busy and scattered across the country (or globe)? If so, take heart -- there are technological solutions that may help.

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UMC Cyber Campus is a service of the Clergy Lifelong Learning office at the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church. Our office provides continuing education resources and guidelines for the professional development of Christian leaders.
 
OUR VISION
UMC Cyber Campus is a gateway to theological and higher education which provides a single entry point through an online catalog and aims to enhance global access to free and affordable high quality educational resources. We strive to develop confident and knowledgeable Christian leaders on an ongoing basis.

In Trust Center Webinar
Measuring effectiveness: Evaluation strategies for online learning programs

May 10, 2017
1:00 p.m. EDT (60 min.)

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Generational, social, and economic drivers are prompting more seminaries to offer online and hybrid programs. Just as online courses require more thorough planning than traditional face-to-face courses, they also demand a more systematic approach to evaluation.
 
Join presenter Roxanne Russell, Director of Online Learning at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, as she shares the design, experiences, survey feedback, and learning analytics from Candler's first full cycle of its online D.Min. program.
 
To learn more, click here.

 

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