Technology Tool of the Month: FlipQuiz

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Apr
2015
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 4Comment
Categories :Technology Tools

Are you looking for ways to make your presentations, courses, or trainings more engaging and interactive but don't have much time? If so, FlipQuiz might be a helpful tool you can implement quickly and easily. Created for educators, FlipQuiz allows you to create a Jeopardy-like interactive question...

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Welcome, Gary Handy!

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Mar
2015
Posted By : Brandi Wriedt 0 Comment
Categories :Member Spotlights

KACE, Gary Handy.  Gary Handy, KACE.  Welcome to the group, Gary! Gary is a Career Service Specialist at Washburn University.  As education and health care events team leader, he works closely with students and employers in those majors and employment sector. As a graduate of Emporia State...

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Recognizing the Stages of Change

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Mar
2015
Posted By : Angela Hayes 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

Many years ago I saw a definition of change that said “change is the difference between what you thought was going to happen and what really happens” (Author unknown). I’ve always considered this a good definition to use when working with those who are beginning their career...

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Introducing: Kristin Redding

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Mar
2015
Posted By : Brandi Wriedt 1 Comment
Categories :Member Spotlights

Let me introduce you to Kristin Redding, the Communications Assistant at the University Career Center at University of Kansas! Kristin's job includes coordinating off-campus student jobs by connecting with employers about their job postings, following up with them about the success of their postings, and discussing how...

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Technology Tool of the Month: Charting Your Next Career Move Interactive Graph

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Mar
2015
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
Categories :Technology Tools

This post is really a blog post about a blog post (original post by Sohan Murthy from LinkedIn). I think this tool is really cool and applicable to most, if not all of you, so I wanted to share! LinkedIn (specifically Skye Riley) developed a "Charting Your...

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Technology Tool of the Month: Haiku Deck

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Nov
2014
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
Categories :Technology Tools

Want to create engaging, visually stimulating presentation slides but don't have the money to buy stock photos or a photography intern? You might want to give Haiku Deck a try! Their tag line: "Presentations that Inspire." You can develop presentations online from your computer or your iPad....

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Let the countdown begin!

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Oct
2014
Posted By : kzaremba@ku.edu 1 Comment
Categories :Conference

We are officially less than 50 days away from the 2014 KACE Conference! (49 to be exact!) The Conference Planning Committee is hard at work to bring you "Big Ideas in the Little Apple". So, tell us, what are you most excited for at the 2014 Annual...

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Tech Tools of the Month: Pinwords and Recite This

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Oct
2014
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

Want quality promotional handbills, flyers, web banners, etc. but don't have an in-house graphic designer or much time? Pinwords and Recite This are free tools that can help create innovative, eye catching materials in minutes! Really--they are that simple! Pinwords allows you to add designer text to...

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And the award goes to…

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Sep
2014
Posted By : kzaremba@ku.edu 0 Comment

Do you know one of your KACE colleagues who has been a ROCK STAR this year? Consider nominating them for a KACE award at the annual conference. Complete the nomination form today to submit your nomination! Below is the listing of award descriptions: Career Services Member of...

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Employer Spotlight: Ann V., Harvesters Community Food Network

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Sep
2014
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment

Benefits of joining KACE: Training opportunities – "I’ve received information and resources at the summer workshops and the annual conferences that have made a positive and lasting impact in our internship program, our AmeriCorps project, and corporate engagement in our mission.  And I’ve learned so much about...

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