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August 12, 2016

CBE 101: Registration Is Now Open!

Also from OLC – this one from Tuesday’s inbox…

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Learn the fundamentals of CBE
in five easy lessons

Hi Michael,

Chances are, you’ve heard of competency-based education (CBE). You may even be exploring the potential benefits that CBE can offer to your students. If so, you’re not alone. According to a recent Eduventures study, 97% of responding institutions indicated they are at least interested in CBE, with many actively involved in planning or implementing CBE on campus.

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If your institution is considering CBE or is already moving to a CBE model, and you’re looking for more information about this popular topic, CBE 101: Five Easy Lessons can help. Each week, a new lesson will be delivered straight to your inbox, for you to read at your convenience.

You’ll learn about:

1. What is Competency-based Education (CBE)?
2. Who is CBE for?
3. How does CBE work?
4. Where has CBE succeeded?
5. When will I be ready for CBE?

Register Now and learn the fundamentals of CBE today!
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