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Events

  • More or Less Ethical: A PSP primer on what is, what isn't, & what to do
    2014-07-29

    This seminar/webinar will provide a framework for Editors and Publishers to identify potential ethical issues and how to establish procedures to deal with them — both before the fact and after publication.

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  • PSP/CDI Fall 2014 Seminar Series
    2014-09-10

    The Fall seminar series will examine topics that affect all levels of learning from secondary schools, undergraduate, post-graduate, and continuing professional education by discussing the emerging adaptive learning environment, new methods of delivering necessary professional instruction, and how changes in government funding are affecting support for some areas of study even as those fields are receiving new pressure to expand.

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  • Fall Policy Exchange: Critical Issues in Standards, Alignment & Privacy
    2014-09-11

    What are the politics and policies shaping education for the upcoming school year? Join your colleagues at the 2014 Fall Policy Exchange to discuss some of the most critical issues—standards, alignment, and privacy—affecting the learning resource market.

    September 11, 2014 • Breakfast & Registration 7:30 — 8:45 am • Program 8:45 am — 5:00 pm

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