Announcing CEANY Lunch & Learn Brown Bag Webinars (free to members!)
Don’t miss out on CEANY’s series of lunch-time Brown Bag Webinars throughout the year.
Do something important for YOU! Devote just an hour of time to your own professional development and networking!
Details for the CEANY, Friday, April 21, Lunch & Learn, Brown Bag Webinar
(Can’t make the date? Register anyway and receive the recording link for later viewing!)
Topic: Noncredit to credit: An Evolving Journey
Description: Join us for an interactive discussion of the many different ways that colleges are recognizing learning and experience, which can translate into college credits. These include credit for prior learning assessed through portfolios, aligning noncredit certificate programs with credit-bearing curricula, using software such as Simplicity to gather noncredit experience into a single repository, giving credit for service learning, internships and volunteering. Learn how colleges are engaging in alternative ways to measure and recognize prior learning through microcredentials like industry certifications and stackable, competency based and embedded certification programs. Discover how your college may find an opportunity to do the same.
Presenters: Dr. Jane MacKillop is the Interim Dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Lehman College (CUNY) where she is responsible for workforce development, continuing education, business services and the Adult Degree Program. Author of several books and articles on adult literacy education, she has a BA in English literature, a Postgraduate Diploma in English as a Second Language and a Ph.D. in adult education from the University of Sheffield, UK.
Jill Pippin leads the Extended Learning Division at SUNY Oswego, which offers programs and services such as Summer and Winter Sessions, Instructional Design services, Online and Distance Learning Degrees, Evening & Part Time Degrees, Adult & Non Traditional Student Advisement, High School Concurrent Enrollment, English for Academic Purposes, Intensive English, Testing & Proctoring, Veteran & Military Services, Non Credit Professional Development, Contract Training, Youth Programs as well as the SUNY Oswego Metro Center Branch Campus and Phoenix Center ancillary sites and programs and services offered in the Watertown / Fort Drum area. She holds an MBA from Franklin University and a Bachelors degree in Communication Studies – Interpersonal from SUNY Oswego.
Kimberly Kendall is Executive Director of Workforce Programs at LaGuardia Community College. During her tenure, she has developed training programs with partners such as Accenture, Goldman Sachs and Weill Cornell Medical School. Kimberly received her MBA from the Deming Honors Program at Fordham University and BS from Dickinson College.
When: Friday, April 21 2017
Noon to 1:00, EST*
How: Click Here
Invite your colleagues to these Lunch & Learn Brown Bag sessions to maximize your professional development experience and as always, feel free to participate with your mouth full
(and your mute button on)!
Brought to you by the CEANY Professional Development Committee:
Co- Chairs: Drs. Jane MacKillop (Lehman College/CUNY) and Karen Schuhle-Williams (The College at Brockport/SUNY)
Committee members: Mr. Troy Adams (Dutchess CC), Ms. Dana Lennon, Esq. (Hostos CC), Mr. Roosevelt Mareus (Rochester Educational Opportunity Center/SUNY Brockport), and Ms. Lisa Raposo (SUNY Center for Professional Development).For more professional development opportunities, go to www.ceany.org and click on <Profess. Dev.>