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A worldwide pandemic can easily put the stops on any organization, and it is no different for a premier educational institution such as the Maryland Historical Society. Despite the drastic changes operations have undergone as a result of COVID-19, the Maryland Historical Society continues to delight the minds and hearts of students and history buffs alike through their online content.
CourseArc and the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) have teamed up to deliver free online education courses on the rich history and culture of Maryland through their Historical Investigations Portal. New lessons will be released on a bi-weekly basis. Resources are free!
Griffin-Hammis Associates (GHA), a nationally recognized leader in Customized Employment training and technical assistance, announces the upcoming release of its newly revised Certified Business and Technical Assistance Consultant (CBTAC) course. CBTAC is a proprietary training and consultative system developed by GHA to address the needs of state Vocational Rehabilitation and other disability agencies as they increase [...]
Idaho Digital Learning will be using CourseArc to create accessible content that is developed collaboratively and shared within the Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance.
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