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When I look ahead I am sure that the digital transformation we have been experiencing will continue to accelerate in 2022. The traditional education market…
A Pandemic of a Different Kind
By Alice Cropper | Anyone with an interest in education (hopefully that's all of us!) and its relation to socioeconomic systems should watch the Netflix series…
Lights. Camera. Covid.
By Anel Hugo | How the Pandemic Disrupted Video Production I joined Construct Education in February 2020. I joined as a Video Producer, with my main responsibilities…
Using Technology to Support Learning
By Arafat Gatabazi | Gone are the days when we would have to sit in a physical classroom not so patiently waiting on the shrill sound…
The Future of Online Education
By Levi Tango | In an ever-changing world, it is more important now than ever to have access to information. More specifically, learning information. To have…
Work. Life. Balance?
By Wendy Viljoen | We all have to navigate the delicate balance between our work and personal lives. This is no easy feat! To make matters…
It’s Called Melanin
By Nivashinee Krishnakumar | ‘It’s called melanin,’ I remember my mother telling me as I rested my head on her lap, confused over why I felt…
Kindness Begets Kindness
By Carolyn Taylor | It has been shown that humans are inherently social beings; we’ve created multiple languages to communicate with each other, and our social…
The Importance of Making Your Bed—And What This Has to Do With Online Learning
By Caitlin Moir | On May 17, 2014, Admiral William H. McRaven addressed the graduating class of the University of Texas and told the approximately 8,000…
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
By Corlé Venter | Let’s get physical Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength and boost your endurance. Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your…
The Next Generation of Students
By Mikhail Pillay | A Glimpse Into the Future It's the year 2025. You begin your day by drinking your morning cup of coffee in Belgium,…
Rest & Relaxation
By Louis Neilson | As Josh Taylor puts it, in Half•Alive’s song ‘Rest’, “Living busy isn't giving you your worth.” Our goal for this week has been…
What Barbie Taught Me About Course Design
By Elle Olivier | I never played with dolls when I was a kid. I had dolls, but I didn't play with them. It would frustrate…
Why We Should Humanize the Online Classroom—Now More Than Ever
By Nadine Hamman | The global pandemic’s impact has been felt worldwide, causing many people to reach the end of 2020 with a sigh of relief.…
Accessibility in Online Learning
By Michael Passetti | Education and Technology Education and technology have always influenced each other. With advances in technology, we usually see parallel advances in education,…
How Do We Move Courses Online for the Future Beyond COVID-19?
By Melissa Taljaard | Online Universities, remote learning, and online courses are not foreign concepts, nor are they direct results of the recent pandemic we find…
Online Learning is Democratizing Higher Education
By Ross Taylor | Higher education is critical to our social and economic success; it empowers people to become capable, well-educated, and skilled citizens who can…
Online Is the New Outside
By Sinethemba Nomatye | For the past year, our lives have changed in a drastic way in which we did not see coming where we had…
How Online Learning Has the Ability to Help Create Job Opportunities in South Africa
By Sone Thasi | A job is not just the daily duties that one performs for a company; it is the very clothes that we wear,…
Boosted Online Learning Experiences During Lockdown
By Carmenita Oersen | I began my Master’s journey during the year that I saw the world go into lockdown due to Covid-19. This meant no…
The Power of Prospection: Positive Psychology Lessons for Learning Design
By Richard Mee | What is it that draws a student into learning? Why would they invest time and resources, time away from family, mental energy,…
Design and Psychology: Why ‘Pretty’ is Not Enough
By Carolyn Taylor | It was the height of 1922 when William Addison Dwiggins first coined the term ‘graphic design’ to communicate his technical abilities to…
Cultivating Authentic Learning and Why It Matters
By Firdous Sonia Butoni | “Why do I need to know this?” If you have asked this question during a class you were taking (either silently…
Death of the Office Space (5 Pros of Remote Work)
By David Atherstone | Before I begin, I need to acknowledge that this is not a one size fits all approach. I realize that companies require…
The Digital Divide in Education
By Cara O'Malley | I fully believe that online learning has the power to democratize education and change the world. We’ve never had a time like this…
Gamification in Education
By Ofentse Mabiletsa | Studying and going to school has become a chore. Personally, I day-dreamed through school and university. Apart from not understanding why I…
Remote Onboarding: Lessons From the Virtual Classroom
By Laura Meredith | I started my new job at Construct in July when South Africa was in Level 3 of our lockdown. By that time,…
Add Character to Your Course
By Justin Lawrence | When creating a course, you want to make sure that the learner can easily grasp the concept. Crafting perfect learning outcomes that…
Failure’s Fortune
By Tauriq Latief | The Master and The Student “You must unlearn what you have learned." - Yoda If you love Star Wars, you’ll most definitely recognize…
Better Together: Online Education Services Acquires a Majority Stake in Construct
By the Construct PR & Marketing Team | Online Education Services (OES), the leading online education enabler in Australia, has expanded its operations in the US,…
Make Your Online Course Better Than a Textbook
By Seth Crandall | Have you seen an online course that essentially resembles a digital textbook? Such courses contain page after page after page of informational text…
This Chaotic Time Will Pass, Leaving a Crop of “New Learning”
By Michael Atkinson | "Today is the day after the U.S. election and it is a close one, perhaps closer than some thought it'd be. I…
The Ancient Art of Fun
By Chloe Fyvie Adams | We live in a world of scheduling, where every hour is planned and spontaneity feels like an unpleasant surprise. We spend…
Navigating Brick to Click
By Lindsay Thomas | “But wait, there’s more.” It has felt to many that as soon as they’ve come to grips with one change in 2020,…
How to Thrive Using Synchronous Learning in Online Courses
By Percy Mkhwanazi | Online education has been growing in popularity and accessibility, especially over the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Online learning…
Embracing Scrum to Support Students Through COVID-19
By December Kinney | It’s not uncommon for me to wake up from a dream panicked about having a major assignment due, despite being several years…
A11Y Stands for Accessibility
By Suvesan Pillay | The Web is fundamentally designed to work for all people, whatever their hardware, software, language, location, or ability. When the Web meets…
Why Project Management Means Nothing Without People Management
By Tebogo Matome | Recently, the demand for Project Management across various fields has been increasing. While at the same time, it seems that People Management…
Don’t Dance Around Diversity, Embrace It!
By Zahrah Isaacs | If 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic have taught us anything, it is that ultimately, humankind has to work together in order to…
A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Design
By Jana Krige | Starting as a learning designer (LD) in the rapidly changing world of online learning feels like stepping into a tornado, especially when…
Lessons From Lockdown: An Opportunity to Learn Something New
By Andre Engelbrecht | With lockdown winding down in most of the world and laws becoming a little more lenient as time goes by, it's only…
Back to School During COVID Means Engaging Online Learning is More Important Than Ever
By Victoria Hekking | It’s that time again! “Back to School.” For some, this is the most exciting time of year - educators and students return to…
Creating Motivating, Authentic, Social, Active, and Memorable Online Learning Experiences
By Mlungisi Mthembu | My role as a Learning Designer allows me to inhabit two different but complementary worlds simultaneously. In one world, I collaborate with…
The Goldilocks Effect: What Amount of Learning Technology is “Just Right?”
By Jonathan Dyason | The name of this blog post comes from Goldilocks's story, who had to choose the porridge that was just the right temperature.…
Embracing Softness: Reframing Project Management Approaches During a Global Crisis
By Anna Shepherd | I am a Project Manager. I’m not sure what I feel about the mental image my job title can conjure. To some,…
Is Online Education Aligned with Creativity?
By Andy Sky | Let’s face it; there is a lot of negative stigma surrounding creativity and how it is perceived as ‘soft’ or ‘secondary.’ People…
Bridging the Global Gap During COVID-19
By Victoria Hekking | Being on the Culture Committee for a widely spread company with team members worldwide can often be as daunting as exciting. Until…
Why Quality in Learning Deserves Your Attention
By Nora Elsberry | Have you ever heard of the Missing Tile Syndrome? Coined by one of my favorite commentators,  Dennis Prager (,1), he explains that…
Effecting Change Means Leaving Credit Behind
By Cara O'Malley | “There is no limit to the greatness you can achieve if you don't care who gets the credit.” This was a quote…
Leadership in a Time of Crisis
By David Casey & Meg Knight | Successful leadership in a crisis situation is a matter of both mindset and a specific set of actions. While…
Moving Your Courses Online: The Importance of Authentic Tasks
By Seth Crandall | Are you in a situation where you are taking your course or campus online for the first time? Perhaps you’ve been debating…
The Power of Empathy: Why We Need it Now More Than Ever
By Katie Bradford | I believe in the power of empathy. On a day-to-day basis, it’s one of the primary tools in my toolbox as a…
Why Optimism Makes a Difference at Work
By Armando Peña | Bobby McFerrin’s chirpy lyrics to “Don’t Worry be Happy” encourage us to look at life from an optimistic perspective, even when things…
How EdTech is Supporting Africa’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery
By Meg Knight | “Chaos and uncertainty breed Opportunity.” According to, Bruce Whitfield, this is nowhere more clear than in the current situation on the African continent. Africa…
Four Things I’ve Learned About Working With SMEs in Higher Education
By Pasqua Lawrenson | Have you ever wondered how to create a world-class online program? The answer is that it takes a team, and one of…
The 5 Principles of “Marie Kondo-ing” Online Education
By Richard Mee | In these crazy times where the world has shifted to becoming dependent on remote learning, I have been thinking about the way…
What is Quality Learning: Applying Construct’s Quality Dimensions Framework
By Sarah Polhill | “As learning and teaching evolve to serve new and different needs, it is crucial for us to continually consider what guiding concepts…
It’s All Evolutionary
By Victoria Hekking | Consider how many great things in life often evolve to be “great,” but do not start perfectly. Things change to better suit…
Changing as a Leader During COVID-19
By Meg Knight | Being a COO for the globally distributed workforce of an education technology company during the pandemic has required me to pivot my…
Working From Home: How Can I Make the Most of My Time?
By Armando Peña | Working at home can be a challenge but also a benefit that can save you money and help you do more things…
Keep Calm & Continue to Work: How to Maintain a (Remote) Team Mindset
By David Casey | On Friday, March 13th, all of our teams at Construct were physically working at offices across multiple global geographies.  The following Tuesday…
Keeping it Human: What COVID-19 is Teaching Us (Again) About Learning
By Jessy Polzer | My mom messaged me yesterday. I hear a lot more from her these days. A local plastics manufacturing company near my hometown…
Free Apps and Extensions for Online Learning
By Sarah Polhill & Victoria Hekking | At Construct, we integrate a variety of resources into the courses that we create in order to facilitate better…
Teachers, You’ve Got This!
By Robin Van Dusen | What is it about teaching that is so hard? For years I couldn’t put my finger on it, and even now the…
What Do Canvas And Dried Pasta Have In Common?
By Carl Dawson | "It goes without saying that last week was challenging. Repatriating staff across the USA and the Middle East from universities that implemented social…
Agile Processes Means Construct Carries On Through COVID-19
By Meg Knight | By having moved to an agile delivery methodology, with a globally dispersed workforce and clients, Construct is able to continue with our…
Getting Your Courses Online Fast : A Simple Checklist
By Michael Atkinson and Sarah Polhill | Now is the time for educators to have a concrete “to do” list for moving their courses online. We…
One Foot, Then the Other
By Jessy Polzer, Michael Atkinson, Sarah Polhill, and Richard Mee | With the worldwide outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), life is asking a lot of almost everyone…
Humor in Learning
By Haanim Galvaan | My high school biology teacher was very serious. She wasn’t quick to smile, she was stern and almost never laughed. That is…
Back to the Basics: Design for How People Learn
I have a feeling that most employees of Construct get asked the same question I do all the time: “So, what is instructional design?” At some…
The Rise of Online Learning: Analyzing the Biggest Concerns
“As a disruptive innovation—an innovation that transforms a sector from one that was previously complicated and expensive into one that is far simpler and more…
What is Your Agile Recipe?
Just as a meal can come out differently depending on the chef, even if they follow the same recipe, the expression of agile delivery sees…
Digital Learning in Higher Education: Pushing Beyond the Three R’s
Over the last few years - and especially over the last six months - we’ve been partnering with an increasing number of universities across the…
What is The Solution to The World’s Skills Gap?
There is a problem with the way we enter the world of work. Students are paying large amounts of money for education only to find…
Equity: A New Standard for Education
“Please buy one from me. I don’t have enough money to go to school.” Those are the first sentences a young boy utters in a clip…
Our Technology- Using Data to Elevate Online Learning
Data-Driven Strategy Our technology allows us to provide real value from the data behind learning- we can do this by evaluating the data we collect…
The Benefits of Online Accelerated Learning
Universities are getting digital and moving their learning and classrooms online. It's no surprise why: they can engage a larger number of learners, create a…
Mobile Learning: The Why, What, and How
Roi Shillo, Chief Technology Officer at Construct, recently had the opportunity to give a presentation on using mobile approaches with learning. The workshop was presented to…
It’s Almost 2020 – Why Don’t Millennials Have the Digital Skills They Need?
The holidays are over and it’s time to begin planning for the new year. This is an exciting chance to start looking forward to all…
Do It – Digital Learning 3.0
We’ve all been there - the typical learning experience. We sit in a room and we’re inundated with visual and audio information from the ’sage…
The Death of the CD- What Education Can Learn From the Music Industry
Why are you much more likely to find a concert ticket than a CD in your Christmas stocking and what does this tell us about…
The Impacts of Collaborative Learning
Collaborative learning is a great way to learn and develop skills. When everyone comes together to focus on a challenge with colleagues of different levels…
Lifelong Learning. Experiencing WISE 2019.
From November 19-21, the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) brought more than 3500 delegates from over 150 countries to Doha, Qatar under the theme:…
Construct Celebrates Six Years
Just over a week ago, November 15th, marked six years since we were born as Proversity in London, UK. To celebrate the occasion, we hosted…
Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality in Higher Education
Meet Tebogo. Tebogo joined the team at Construct this year as a Learning Technologist. In his recent studies at the University of Western Cape, Tebogo…
Construct Goes for Gold at CanvasCon Europe 2019
This year we had the pleasure of participating as a Gold Level Sponsor, through our partnership with Instructure, at CanvasCon Europe in Barcelona, Spain. Why Barcelona? Barcelona,…
How a Personalized Course Landing Page Adds Value to Your Online Programs
Value Summary What do you get when we help you build a personalized course landing page? The learners that interact with your content receive personalized…
Using Interactive VR to Create Immersive Learning
Virtual reality (or VR) is certainly not a new concept, however the past year has seen some significant improvements in how everyday users can access…
Learning to Power the Entire Employee Lifecycle
Serious investments within structured learning have been traditionally focused on onboarding and leadership development. At Construct, we believe learning should power the full employee journey.…
Digital Learning Strategies, Revamped
What makes some digital learning initiatives successful and others not? Digital learning works best when it does not have to replace the classroom, but should…
Diversity at the Core of Business
We all know diversity leads to better talent, innovation, and business performance. Research from McKinsey shows workplaces with more diverse workforces perform better financially. Gender-diverse…
How Do We Survive in a Disruptive World?
Forget everything you know about the world around you. Technology and globalization are breaking down everything from employment, to markets, to corporate leadership. We're in…
Who is Construct?
Perhaps you’ve heard the news: after six years of business, we have recently rebranded our organization to Construct. Prior to the new brand launch, we…
Are We Judging Intelligence the ‘Right’ Way?
What is 'intelligence'? From a young age, we're taught to think that the better we do on tests, the smarter we are. We are conditioned…
We Have a New Name and Even Bigger Plans
As co-founders of the company, Krishan and Carl are proud to announce the next step in our evolution. This has been a huge year for us. Following…
Construct and Concentric Sky enable Open Badges for Open edX
Managing and issuing Open Badges within Open edX is now possible using the Badgr Xblock Cape Town, South Africa - June 25, 2018 - Construct has…

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Lights. Camera. Covid
Lights. Camera. Covid.
By Anel Hugo | How the Pandemic Disrupted Video Production I joined Construct Education in February 2020. I joined as a Video Producer, with my main responsibilities…
Using Technology to Support Learnin
Using Technology to Support Learning
By Arafat Gatabazi | Gone are the days when we would have to sit in a physical classroom not so patiently waiting on the shrill sound…
A lightbulb that is turned on
The Future of Online Education
By Levi Tango | In an ever-changing world, it is more important now than ever to have access to information. More specifically, learning information. To have…
Stones stacked up.
Work. Life. Balance?
By Wendy Viljoen | We all have to navigate the delicate balance between our work and personal lives. This is no easy feat! To make matters…
Two hands reaching out towards eachother
It’s Called Melanin
By Nivashinee Krishnakumar | ‘It’s called melanin,’ I remember my mother telling me as I rested my head on her lap, confused over why I felt…
A white flower
Kindness Begets Kindness
By Carolyn Taylor | It has been shown that humans are inherently social beings; we’ve created multiple languages to communicate with each other, and our social…
A made bed.
The Importance of Making Your Bed—And What This Has to Do With Online Learning
By Caitlin Moir | On May 17, 2014, Admiral William H. McRaven addressed the graduating class of the University of Texas and told the approximately 8,000…
People Exercising outside for mental health and fitness
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
By Corlé Venter | Let’s get physical Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength and boost your endurance. Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your…
A rocket taking off
The Next Generation of Students
By Mikhail Pillay | A Glimpse Into the Future It's the year 2025. You begin your day by drinking your morning cup of coffee in Belgium,…
four people sitting and meditating to calm themselves
Rest & Relaxation
By Louis Neilson | As Josh Taylor puts it, in Half•Alive’s song ‘Rest’, “Living busy isn't giving you your worth.” Our goal for this week has been…
A person holding a miniature diagram of a house
What Barbie Taught Me About Course Design
By Elle Olivier | I never played with dolls when I was a kid. I had dolls, but I didn't play with them. It would frustrate…
A bunch of people wearing masks
Why We Should Humanize the Online Classroom—Now More Than Ever
By Nadine Hamman | The global pandemic’s impact has been felt worldwide, causing many people to reach the end of 2020 with a sigh of relief.…
Accessibility in Online Learning
By Michael Passetti | Education and Technology Education and technology have always influenced each other. With advances in technology, we usually see parallel advances in education,…
An open textbook
How Do We Move Courses Online for the Future Beyond COVID-19?
By Melissa Taljaard | Online Universities, remote learning, and online courses are not foreign concepts, nor are they direct results of the recent pandemic we find…
A chair
Online Learning is Democratizing Higher Education
By Ross Taylor | Higher education is critical to our social and economic success; it empowers people to become capable, well-educated, and skilled citizens who can…
Birds flying away from the forest
Online Is the New Outside
By Sinethemba Nomatye | For the past year, our lives have changed in a drastic way in which we did not see coming where we had…
Photo of Cape Town showing houses and a mountain in the background
How Online Learning Has the Ability to Help Create Job Opportunities in South Africa
By Sone Thasi | A job is not just the daily duties that one performs for a company; it is the very clothes that we wear,…
An arrow rising upwards, on some slopes
Boosted Online Learning Experiences During Lockdown
By Carmenita Oersen | I began my Master’s journey during the year that I saw the world go into lockdown due to Covid-19. This meant no…
A map icon showing different gradients
The Power of Prospection: Positive Psychology Lessons for Learning Design
By Richard Mee | What is it that draws a student into learning? Why would they invest time and resources, time away from family, mental energy,…
A sketch image of a persons face pinpointing the different angles
Design and Psychology: Why ‘Pretty’ is Not Enough
By Carolyn Taylor | It was the height of 1922 when William Addison Dwiggins first coined the term ‘graphic design’ to communicate his technical abilities to…
Two hands on top of each other outlined
Cultivating Authentic Learning and Why It Matters
By Firdous Sonia Butoni | “Why do I need to know this?” If you have asked this question during a class you were taking (either silently…
A Room turned into an office
Death of the Office Space (5 Pros of Remote Work)
By David Atherstone | Before I begin, I need to acknowledge that this is not a one size fits all approach. I realize that companies require…
A cellphone with a wifi signal icon on it
The Digital Divide in Education
By Cara O'Malley | I fully believe that online learning has the power to democratize education and change the world. We’ve never had a time like this…
an old school gaming remote control
Gamification in Education
By Ofentse Mabiletsa | Studying and going to school has become a chore. Personally, I day-dreamed through school and university. Apart from not understanding why I…
A desk showing a computer, and notepad
Remote Onboarding: Lessons From the Virtual Classroom
By Laura Meredith | I started my new job at Construct in July when South Africa was in Level 3 of our lockdown. By that time,…
Add Character to Your Course
By Justin Lawrence | When creating a course, you want to make sure that the learner can easily grasp the concept. Crafting perfect learning outcomes that…
A crown Icon
Failure’s Fortune
By Tauriq Latief | The Master and The Student “You must unlearn what you have learned." - Yoda If you love Star Wars, you’ll most definitely recognize…
Locations that Construct is in
Better Together: Online Education Services Acquires a Majority Stake in Construct
By the Construct PR & Marketing Team | Online Education Services (OES), the leading online education enabler in Australia, has expanded its operations in the US,…
The Textbook course model diagram
Make Your Online Course Better Than a Textbook
By Seth Crandall | Have you seen an online course that essentially resembles a digital textbook? Such courses contain page after page after page of informational text…
This Chaotic Time Will Pass, Leaving a Crop of “New Learning”
By Michael Atkinson | "Today is the day after the U.S. election and it is a close one, perhaps closer than some thought it'd be. I…
The word Fun, and its meaning
The Ancient Art of Fun
By Chloe Fyvie Adams | We live in a world of scheduling, where every hour is planned and spontaneity feels like an unpleasant surprise. We spend…
People keeping their distance while wearing a mask
Navigating Brick to Click
By Lindsay Thomas | “But wait, there’s more.” It has felt to many that as soon as they’ve come to grips with one change in 2020,…
A broken chain
How to Thrive Using Synchronous Learning in Online Courses
By Percy Mkhwanazi | Online education has been growing in popularity and accessibility, especially over the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Online learning…
4 diamond shapes
Embracing Scrum to Support Students Through COVID-19
By December Kinney | It’s not uncommon for me to wake up from a dream panicked about having a major assignment due, despite being several years…
Accessibility is an ally
A11Y Stands for Accessibility
By Suvesan Pillay | The Web is fundamentally designed to work for all people, whatever their hardware, software, language, location, or ability. When the Web meets…
Puzzle pieces fitting together
Why Project Management Means Nothing Without People Management
By Tebogo Matome | Recently, the demand for Project Management across various fields has been increasing. While at the same time, it seems that People Management…
5 People raising their fists
Don’t Dance Around Diversity, Embrace It!
By Zahrah Isaacs | If 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic have taught us anything, it is that ultimately, humankind has to work together in order to…
A closed notebook
A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Design
By Jana Krige | Starting as a learning designer (LD) in the rapidly changing world of online learning feels like stepping into a tornado, especially when…
A brain separated into 2 sections based on the sides of the brain
Lessons From Lockdown: An Opportunity to Learn Something New
By Andre Engelbrecht | With lockdown winding down in most of the world and laws becoming a little more lenient as time goes by, it's only…
Vector icon of computer laptop icon
Back to School During COVID Means Engaging Online Learning is More Important Than Ever
By Victoria Hekking | It’s that time again! “Back to School.” For some, this is the most exciting time of year - educators and students return to…
Creating Motivating, Authentic, Social, Active, and Memorable Online Learning Experiences
By Mlungisi Mthembu | My role as a Learning Designer allows me to inhabit two different but complementary worlds simultaneously. In one world, I collaborate with…
The Goldilocks Effect: What Amount of Learning Technology is “Just Right?”
By Jonathan Dyason | The name of this blog post comes from Goldilocks's story, who had to choose the porridge that was just the right temperature.…
pebbles stacked on top of each other, and a feather
Embracing Softness: Reframing Project Management Approaches During a Global Crisis
By Anna Shepherd | I am a Project Manager. I’m not sure what I feel about the mental image my job title can conjure. To some,…
Is Online Education Aligned with Creativity?
By Andy Sky | Let’s face it; there is a lot of negative stigma surrounding creativity and how it is perceived as ‘soft’ or ‘secondary.’ People…
Bridging the Global Gap During COVID-19
By Victoria Hekking | Being on the Culture Committee for a widely spread company with team members worldwide can often be as daunting as exciting. Until…
Why Quality in Learning Deserves Your Attention
By Nora Elsberry | Have you ever heard of the Missing Tile Syndrome? Coined by one of my favorite commentators,  Dennis Prager (,1), he explains that…
Effecting Change Means Leaving Credit Behind
By Cara O'Malley | “There is no limit to the greatness you can achieve if you don't care who gets the credit.” This was a quote…
Leadership in a Time of Crisis
By David Casey & Meg Knight | Successful leadership in a crisis situation is a matter of both mindset and a specific set of actions. While…
A message checkbox on a pink background
Moving Your Courses Online: The Importance of Authentic Tasks
By Seth Crandall | Are you in a situation where you are taking your course or campus online for the first time? Perhaps you’ve been debating…
LGBT+ rainbow banner
The Power of Empathy: Why We Need it Now More Than Ever
By Katie Bradford | I believe in the power of empathy. On a day-to-day basis, it’s one of the primary tools in my toolbox as a…