DelCor’s January 2016 Blogger’s Digest

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Hello, February! Here are the 5 posts from last month that you might have missed or just want to review, along with some related reading. As always, we appreciate your feedback/comments!

We’re lifelong learners here at DelCor. So it makes sense that we’d be interested in monitoring the MOOC trend—and how thosemassive open online courses (MOOCs) are impacting the e-learning landscape overall. What are the 3 e-learning issues that need your attention? Tobin Conley, CAE, investigates: Associations’ Online Learning Resolutions for 2016

Related reading: The professional development advantages of MOOCs by Kylee Coffman

We launched a new blog feature this new year. It’s aimed at getting diverse perspectives on association technology topics—from not just one DelCorian, but several! See what’s on our brains: What are we thinking? DelCorians weigh in on association technology trends

Related reading: Top 9 of 2015 – our most popular posts

Workplace culture is not unlike a recipe, where all the right ingredients, in the right proportions, combine to make a company great. Coming off a year when DelCor was named an ‘excellent workplace’ and our CEO received ASAE’s distinguished Academy of Leaders Award, we thought it appropriate to look at some of our ingredients with a critical eye. Loretta M. DeLuca, FASAE, CEO, reveals: The special ingredients for a DelCorian workplace culture

Related reading: DelCor Awarded Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval

Snowzilla. Jonas. Blizzard of 2016. Whatever you called it, the recent winter storm that blanketed the mid-Atlantic brought ‘normal life’ to an utter standstill. DelCorians are prepared to work remotely when such disasters/emergencies hit, and we think associations should be, too. That’s why we published: The IT Snowpocalypse Survival Guide

Related reading: What association CEOs need to know about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies by Dave Coriale

Trends are on trend, and you might even be tired of hearing about trends. But sometimes how we even think about trends is a real point to consider. When organizational leaders get together to talk technology, we think the big strategy topics shouldn’t be overshadowed by the usual (albeit necessary) budget-driven conversations. Dave Coriale implores you to pay attention: 5 technology trends association executives can no longer ignore

Related reading: How IT directors can hone their strategic chops by Tobin Conley, CAE

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