Insights and resources for learning managers and educators on creating and nurturing communities.

By: Eva Ponce and Arthur Grau

The dramatic growth in online professional education owes much to the convenience and flexibility of the virtual classroom. However, a less recognized attribute of online learning programs–their community-building power–could prove to be an even more significant benefit of remote learning management.

Online professional development programs such as MicroMasters ® program credentials not only offer competency development for professionals; they also provide unique networking opportunities for the people participating in them. These communities support learning during their host education programs, and live on to function as dynamic professional resources for practitioners.

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