Professional Development from STARLINK

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Technology, CBE, Completion, Outcomes, MOOC’s, Retention, IoT. . . higher education is continually evolving, impacting our institutions daily. STARLINK identifies these needs and provides the best training for the most current issues and topics - providing academia with the best strategies to improve, inspire, and engage our students, faculty, and staff.

This March, STARLINK explodes with outstanding professional development approaches towards student success with the following:

  • "The Engaged Classroom and Creating Its Story". This course explores and develops a new and meaningful learning path for you and your students.
  • "Communication Strategies: Collaborating, not Colliding with the Four Generations", Generational Guru, Sherri Elliot-Yeary explores strategies to effectively communicate between generations.

Additionally, we have added two courses of resourceful strategies:

  • Evaluating Web Resources
  • Facilitating Online Courses in an LMS

We look forward to seeing you online!

"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you." - BB King

The Link to Content in 21st-Century Libraries

Joan Lippincott/EDUCAUSEreview

Content can seem largely invisible in today's 21st-century libraries. Especially after first-floor renovations, books and print journals are often hidden away on the unrenovated, musty upper floors of the library building and are unseen when people enter the facility. When libraries renovate or rebuild, significant portions of the library print collections are frequently removed from their shelves - to remote storage, compact shelving, or automated retrieval systems (ARS) in the library or off-site or occasionally to areas for disposal. Circulation statistics for print books are on a decline for most libraries while the use of digital collections soars.

If the old library brand was "books," what is the brand today?

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9 Simple Steps to Increase eLearning Engagement

By: Victoria Zambito/eLearning Industry

Learning programs have expanded well beyond the traditional lessons in brick-and-mortar schools that require students' physical presence. This nearly limitless accessibility to learning and continuing education has led to the proliferation of various kinds of online materials devised for students, working professionals, and others who want to acquire new skills and knowledge.

Previously, technology was often flat and one-sided; it didn't effectively communicate topics. Now, new innovations provide opportunities to reach and engage learners. But these new advancements have also uncovered new challenges.

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How to Find and Remove Duplicate Files on Windows

By: Chris Kaufman/How-To Geek

Duplicate file finders scan your hard drive for unnecessary duplicated files and help you remove them, freeing up space. Here are our picks for the best duplicate file finders, whether you're looking for something easy to use, an application you may already have installed, or a powerful tool with the most advanced filters.

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