College life can be hectic and full of distractions. This series would provide strategies to help students more effectively manage their time and ignore the distractions.
Gone are the days of 4-inch think paper portfolios! Learn how to collect your digital samples and organize them into a digital portfolio that will wow potential employers.
Update the series on the creation of a resume. Also taking it away from Word and putting it under Career Skills would be nice.
Google Calendar & Google Slides Skills assessments would greatly complement the existing Google Docs & Google Sheets assessments & the upcoming Gmail assessment(s) - these 5 are the most common Google Apps used in our setting & having skills assessments to go with the trainings would be very beneficial.
E-mails, meetings, e-mails and more meetings. How do you get any actual work done? Learn tips for effectively managing your time and daily tasks to get the most out of your day.
If you're interested in training on Java, please vote this up and leave a comment about what you'd like to see in a Java training series.
In a conversation I had with a current customer, she would like to see a new career skill series on how to take notes in class. Both from a handwritten note as well as how to take effective notes on a device. She has received messages from faculty members complaining that students do not know how to take notes and thought this would be a good series for incoming freshman to take.
If you're interested in training on C++, please vote this up and leave a comment about what you'd like to see in a C++ training series.
Would like to see training on how to give an effective presentation. Things like how to present yourself during a presentation (i.e. stand up straight, try not to say "um" too many times, look up from your notes and make eye contact).
Current partner would like to see content around harassment/sexual harassment
From Andy Lynch @MarketingJazz (via Twitter):
@AtomicHigherEd @SNHUBusiness Hoping for additional social media skill assessments to support student/faculty/staff learning goals