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Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research.

One of the things I love to do is to be constantly learning.  This week the University of Phoenix had its faculty train on Ally on Blackboard Ultra for ADA compliance and to help improve student outcomes.

As time passes, more and more organizations are being required to meet the ADA compliance standards and at UOP, it is no different.

Very happy to learn Ally on Blackboard Ultra for ADA compliance.

The Fresno State Commencement Planning Team wants YOU to be a part of one of the happiest and exciting events of the year! University Commencement is a celebration of the entire efforts of the Fresno State community and it cannot be achieved without the help of volunteers.

The University of Phoenix, Central Valley Campus (“University”) in partnership with the Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation (“Foundation”) and SCORE Association (“SCORE”) are offering an Entrepreneur Scholarship.  

The University of Phoenix, Central Valley Campus (“University”) in partnership with the Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation (“Foundation”) and SCORE Association (“SCORE”) are offering an Entrepreneur Scholarship.  

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Be a leader on your campus and in your community! Attend the Emerging Leaders Retreat (ELR), a three-day leadership training specifically designed for Fresno State students, and get the skills you need to become a successful student leader.

Higher education IT leaders give some helpful tips on advancing your career.

  • Advisers
  • Coaches
  • Mentors
  • Supporters

The skills needed to succeed in an IT organization have changed over the last decade. What are the skills needed now vs. then?

Merry Christmas!  

Here's a few free online resources to help you with your educational and community service projects.

North Fresno Rotary (NFR) is proud to present the results of our 13 volunteers--11 Rotarians plus two local artists--worked on this project to place 3 Little Free Libraries around Fresno to promote literacy.

The COGS are making great progress on the Little Free Library book boxes. After a really good day of progress on Saturday, the boxes have bottoms, roofs, sides, fronts, backs, bottom supports, and doors. The roofs have 2 coats of RedGard, an impermeable membrane over which roofing shingles will be glued.

North Fresno Rotary’s Youth Service Director Mike Rabara organized this year’s Christmas Lunch at Lowell Elementary.

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