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Higher Education

ATD’s higher education community is one in which students, faculty, and practitioners in L&D-related programs collaborate with learning professionals to develop a stronger workforce. Whether you’re a student, professor, dean, practitioner, or education leader, you’ll find ATD has relevant resources for you. 

 

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Higher Education

A community of students, faculty, education leaders, and learning professionals collaborating to develop a stronger workforce.

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