Choose Your E-learning Tools: Essential Dos and Don'ts

Use this as a checklist while you're evaluating online education tools. It's an excerpt from the book Teach Beyond Your Reach by Robin Neidorf. Do: Ask informed questions. Demo a tool before you commit to using it. Try freeware or open-source tools.

John Rochford Talks About Accessibility

Some people think having accessible websites is like having a swimming pool. Nice to have, but too expensive and too much upkeep. Unlike a swimming pool, however, an accessible website means that anyone can view it whatever their limitation, ranging from a physical limitation like limited or no eyesight, to having a handheld device with small display.

Top Blogs from Mass Mentoring

Mass MentorsThis is a guest post from some of our favorite clients: Lauren Dean, Manager of Communications & Public Awareness, and Allison Smith, Highland Street Ambassador of Mentoring, at Mass Mentoring Partnership. We asked Lauren what blogs she turns to regularly for help running her job at a major non-profit.

Top 5 Blogs