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Adapting Career and Technical Education
Workforce Development and an Opportunity for Change
Jim Jacobs and Maria Cormier describe three important factors that could impact community college efforts to make workforce training relevant as the economy recovers from COVID-19.
in Inside Higher Ed, May 28, 2020
State of the Art of Nursing Education and the Challenges to use Remote Technologies in the Time of Corona Virus Pandemic
Bezerra IMP. State of the art of nursing education and the challenges to use remote technologies in the
time of corona virus pandemic. J Hum Growth Dev. 2020; 30(1):141-147. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7322/jhgd.v30.10087
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Moving to Work-Based Learning
Recommended by Dr. Roderick Nunn, a nationally recognized thought-leader on employment and training programs at the highest levels of government and education. This is not COVID related, but is a definitional piece on the different models of work-based learning (shadowing, mentoring, service learning, internships, coops, apprenticeships, etc.) in case the traditional learning environment will be limited by safety precautions.
Adjustments to Work-Based Learning in Response to COVID-19
This memo looks at how states are regulating work-based learning programs during the crisis while many instruction sites, both in the classroom and at the workplace, are closed.