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Graduate Medical Education That Meets the Nation's Health Needs   Higher Education Rulemaking : The Politics of Creating Regulatory Policy   Management and Leadership Skills That Affect Small Business Survival : A Resource Guide for Small Businesses Everywhere   Preparing Your Campus for Veterans' Success : An Integrated Approach to Facilitating the Transition and Persistence of Our Military Students   Junctures in Women's Leadership: Business   Generational Career Shifts : How Matures, Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials View Work

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November 20, 2020, "Secretary DeVos Unveils Interactive Online Portal to Provide Transparency on Use of CARES Act Education Funding by States, Grantees...Portal shows billions of dollars left unspent as many schools across the country remain closed."


November 24  |  11:00am–12:00pm

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PowerPoint has been the go-to presentation tool for years but it’s not your only option. There are many other tools available online for FREE!

This class will examine PowerPoint alternatives Prezi, Canva, and Genially, while exploring their functions and how they can be used to create vibrant, engaging presentations.


You will receive a confirmation email with login instructions after you register.


October 20, 2020, "WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos unveiled a report today detailing the massive failure of many colleges and universities to disclose more than $6.5 billion in funding and resources from foreign sources including China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar. Section 117 of the Higher Education Act requires institutions of higher education to transparently report foreign gifts and contracts, yet over the course of the last year, the Department has uncovered billions in unreported financial ties."

Full copy of press release.

Full copy of the report.

Exploring Social Explorer webinar

EBSCO Databases

EBSCO logoSearch our broadest collection of content (from EBSCO), or search our ProQuest databases for additional content.

ProQuest Databases

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ProQuest logoSearch our ProQuest databases, focused on agriculture, biology, environmental science, health and psychology. For a broader search, try our EBSCO databases.

More Digital Resources

Leadership Corner

The Art of Sustainable Performance : Model for Recruiting & Selection and Professional Development Five Modes of Leadership Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go : Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want

These leadership titles and more are available from our catalog.

Remote Work Resources

New Titles to MOSL Collection!

Spotlighting…Social Explorer

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Social Explorer is the latest addition to the specialty electronic resources we offer to state employees.

Explore data on U.S. crimes, business patterns, environmental summaries, health, and more; as well as international data sets.
With Social Explorer you can map thousands of built-in data indicators and create eye-catching visualizations that strengthen your analysis and support your message. 

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