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TechWomen Power Breakfast: Online Learning for Professional Development – What’s Right for You?
June 9 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Each month throughout the year, an amazing group of women (and men) comes together to network, share inspirational stories, grow professionally and personally and bring awareness to what is possible for women today. Our breakfast series starts with networking via this innovative new platform followed by a presentation following. Learn more about the TechWomen|TechGirls initiative of NH Tech Alliance.
Online Learning for Professional Development – What’s Right for You?
You know the importance of lifelong learning to your professional development, especially in tech, and you love the convenience of learning online, but how do you choose the right online learning program for you?
In this presentation, we will explore the gamut of online learning, from micro (even nano!) learning to full-fledged degree programs, and align their features to your career goals. Are you looking to refine your skills or learn something new? Is this just for you or are you hoping to have something to show for your efforts, like a digital badge or a certificate? How do you learn best – by seeing or by doing, in collaboration with others or solo? How flexible can you be with your time? Together, we’ll map out the options and leave you with a plan to achieving your learning goals in a way that is most meaningful for you.
About The Author
Nancy DeAngelis, Associate Vice President of Learning Solutions, Southern New Hampshire University
Nancy is a lawyer and educator with extensive experience in the practice of law and in higher education leadership. Most recently, she works in the area of higher education innovation, where she envisions and leads the development of unique solutions to support the needs of working adult learners. These solutions include micro-learning experiences for professional development and streamlined methods to assess prior learning for the award of academic credit.
Before joining SNHU, Nancy was the Director of Program Development for the Division of Graduate Professional Studies at Brandeis University and provided leadership for online master’s degree programs in niche fields including Robotics, FinTech, and User-Centered Design. She earned her B.A. in Government from Cornell University, her M.S.Ed. in Instructional Technology from Kaplan University (now Purdue Global), and her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.