Getting Active in an Online Learning Environment

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Oct 18, 2023 11:57 AM

Imagine this scenario: You work in HR and are interested in learning how data analytics can be used to improve your hiring process.

So, you turn to the wealth of information available online. You devote several hours to reading articles, watching explanatory videos, and even listening to a podcast that explains data-driven recruitment.

And then, a few weeks later, you sit down with your team to discuss how you can improve your hiring strategy. It’s time to dazzle your colleagues with your newfound knowledge of HR analytics. But wait! What were all those metrics you read about? And how are they tracked and calculated? And where, exactly, does the data come from? Sadly, you realize that most of what you read and watched and listened to didn’t really stick.

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More Feedback, Please

Posted by Frank Connolly on Feb 25, 2021 2:03 PM

Serious fans of rock and roll will probably know the answer to this trivia question: When they were just starting out, the Irish band now known as U2 went by what one-word name?

The answer, of course, is "Radio X U2 History", a reference to one of the few technical terms that the fledgling rockers knew back then. The name didn’t last long, but the band certainly didand within a few short years millions of fans were enjoying the sound of “Feedback” under their new name.

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Subject Matter Expert Spotlight: Jo Budzilowicz

Posted by Katie Sica on Oct 11, 2019 9:15 AM

Jo Budzilowicz is Vice President of Development at The Documentary Group (TDG) in New York City, where she oversees all projects in development, supports the company’s high-level strategy, and establishes creative partnerships. She also appears as a subject matter expert in Skye Learning’s new Certificate in Leadership for Women in Business.

Budzilowicz has a wide range of experience within the film industry, from production to post-production to development. Prior to her work at TDG, she contributed to projects like the feature film Foreign Letters and the TV documentary special Saturday Night Live in the 2000s: Time and Again. Today, she oversees the development of premium documentaries for PBS, CNN, Netflix, Quibi, and more.

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The Path to Lifelong Learning

Posted by Sandy Slager on Nov 1, 2018 10:57 AM

Becoming a lifelong learner isn’t just good for the mind and soul. It’s good for your career as well: adding “Lifelong Learner” to your résumé will help you stand out from the competition. Watch our video to learn the five steps that will put you on the path to lifelong learning.

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Why Online Learning Is Right for You - Skye Learning

Posted by Patrycja Charubin on Oct 24, 2018 10:54 AM

Technology is not only changing the way we communicate; it is changing the way we learn. Whether you are working towards earning a degree or seeking professional development opportunities, taking online classes are a convenient and economical way to expand your skill set and pave the way for a long and successful career. Here are some reasons why online learning could be right for you.

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Introducing Skye Learning

Posted by Sandy Slager on Oct 17, 2018 12:43 PM

Yesterday, my three-year-old daughter didn’t know how to draw a tree. But today, she does. Yesterday, my 15-year old nephew didn’t know how to simplify an algebraic expression. But today - thanks to his high school math teacher - he does.

We all begin learning the moment we are born.

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