EDA University Center for
Regional Economic Innovation
Webinars, Co-Learning Plans, and Deadlines
We are pleased to announce our updated recorded webinars on our website! You can now view Education Attainment as an Economic Driver for States and Communities presented by Larry Good and Jeannine La Prad, Digital Literacy and Inclusion: Further Developing Michigan's 21st Century Workforce by Eric Frederick, and Online Postsecondary Education for Workforce Development: Net Smart States and Students by Steven Weiland in our Webinar Series.
Co-Learning Plans available for download now include Digital Literacy and Inclusion: Further Developing Michigan's 21st Century Workforce by Eric Frederick and Makerspaces, Supporting an Entrepreneurial System by Cristina Benton. Look for the reports to be online and in print in the near future.
Do you have what it takes to be a Co-Learning Plan Author? We are calling for authors to write on a variety of topics including youth entrepreneurship, community benefit corporations, and much more! This is a great opportunity for experts working in entrepreneurship and business development, K-20 education, exporting, IT, policymaking, venture capitalism, scholarly research, civic leadership, urban and regional planning and economic development. Please consider sharing your expertise to help strengthen Michigan's economy. The findings and recommendations in these co-learning plans, funded through this request, will serve as a source for current and practical information for regions and communities across Michigan.
To apply and learn more about the timeline, deliverables, and eligibility, please click here to review the application and requirements.
Co-Learning Plan Authoring Applications are due by 5pm on Friday, Decemeber 20, 2013.