Consider these eLearning learning resources for your personal and professional development. Remember to visit with your supervisor before beginning a professional development opportunity.
Iowa State University is your one-stop site for valuable life skills. The courses you'll find here are designed to help you develop your professional skills and advance your adventure at Iowa State. Whether you're looking for safety training or professional development courses, you can find them at Learn@ISU.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is an online educational platform that helps you discover and develop business, technology-related, and creative skills through expert-led course videos. You can also choose to add these courses and related skills to your LinkedIn profile once you've completed them.
Most Iowa State University resources are easily accessible with just an internet connection but may require some setup. Before you begin working remotely, understand what you will need to do to access ISU technology resources off-campus. Be sure to thoroughly test your access to these applications from off-campus before you plan to work remotely.
EFR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit human services organization aiming to help people reach their full potential by managing life’s challenges. At EFR, our team specializes in prevention, intervention, and treatment for substance use disorders and behavioral health issues, all under one roof. Moreover, we provide a judgment-free environment that only seeks to help.
The purpose of the eXtension website is to provide a means through which Extension educators and administrators can share with their Cooperative Extension colleagues various resources and guides about teaching and working virtually and provide a listing of current institutional responses to COVID-19.
The Journal of Extension (JOE) is a rigorous, peer-reviewed journal that brings the scholarship of university outreach and engagement to educators and practitioners around the world. JOE creates opportunities for professionals and students to publish intellectual, creative work; nurtures emerging scholars and new authors for success; encourages professional development; and advances the theory and practice of Extension.