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2018 Posted By: Maisha Meminger Posted In: Youth Connections
Keeping Participants Engaged with Free and Flexible Resources for Workforce Development
Learn how you, your colleagues, and your programs can find and use free and open educational resources for a wide variety of workforce development topics. These online teaching resources offer a solution to the high cost of curriculum and textbooks by allowing you to find, adopt, and adapt free career and technical training resources, such as high quality eTextbooks, online and hybrid courses, virtual labs, and more.
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