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STUDYING UP AN INSIDERS GUIDE TO WORKING WITH HIGHER ED

Tools The article focuses on the role of the training profession and higher education in workforce and economic development. It is stated that building a relationship with colleges and universities provides a sense of credibility because many people view a person's affiliations with colleges and universities as a positive thing. In fact, teaching and training is one of the opportunities to partner with colleges and universities. The colleges can provide training, but training professionals serving as instructors gain valuable exposure to various organizations.

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  • Dr. Greg Williams has more than 25 years of experience as a faculty member, instructional designer, project manager, and consultant in education, business, and the federal government. He currently serves as the director of UMBC’s graduate program in instructional systems development, and also teaches in the program, as clinical assistant professor. He served for 10 years as the director of training for Montgomery College’s business industry services, a unit that provides training to external organizations. Contact Greg at www.gregwilliams.net.

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