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8 Ways to Increase Your Professional ROI March 26, 2010

Posted by Karen Lubrecht in e-SIG Presentations, professional development.
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Our on-line session featured Tai Goodwin who presented an engaging look at ways to improve our professional importance and increase our professional ROI. She helped us look at 8 practical strategies increase our value and be recognized as a better collaborator and communicator. She demonstrated techniques that engage learners as she presented her material. We left re-energized, refocused, and ready to take our performance to a new level.

If you missed her presentation, her slide presentation can be downloaded. (1.23 MB)

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Tai Goodwin

Tai Goodwin has over 12 years in learning and development working for companies such as DTCC (Depository Trust & Clearing Corp), Barnes & Noble, and William Scotsman. As a learning professional she has worked in a number of roles, including training specialist, e-learning designer, and learning technologist. She is currently a Principal Instructional Designer for Computer Associates, a global IT development company. Tai holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree (with a focus on instructional design for e-learning) in education, from Drexel University and Capella University respectively.


02/21/08 – Anonymity in Cyber Education: Should You be Concerned? February 25, 2008

Posted by Bobbe in Best Practices, e-SIG Presentations, Engaging e-Learners, Intructional Design, Misc.
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This presentation explored the pros and cons of anonymity in cyber education.  It evaluated both sides of the issue and presents them in a way that will help cyber educators and instructional designers understand the social, cultural and educational implications of anonymity.  The PATRIOT Act and other initiatives impacting anonymity were discussed, including the far-reaching effects of anonymity within online educational settings and group dynamics.  It also further compared and contrasted anonymity’s potential for limiting and monitoring academic freedom to the social benefits it brings, while discussing the social identity model of deindividuation. Click Anonymity to download the slides. Click Anoniymity the paper to download the original paper.