Work-in-Progress

Skills Manager Pro (website)

Skills Manager Pro and J.A.F.A.R. (r)


Micro-Certificate in Career Self-Management and Self-Marketing

The report is also available via SSRN at http://ssrn.com/abstract=3642730


TCA-TPACK: A Conceptual Model for Faculty Development in Technology-Enhanced Accounting and Business Education

  • SITE Presentation (AACE Copyright)
  • The interim results of the project are also available for comments on SSRN at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3634713
  • A joint article (with Marina Thomas)  “Supporting Faculty Development in Technology-Enhanced Accounting and Business Education: A TPACK-Powered, Competence-in-Action Framework” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Finance, 20(7), 2020. Full text is coming soon.
  • A joint conference paper (with Marina Thomas) titled “On effective technology integration in accounting and business education” has been accepted for presentation at the ASCILITE 2020 Conference and will be published in the Conference proceedings. Full text and slides are coming soon.

Reimagine Education 2020:

How to Get Skilled: Using a Scalable, Online Training Lab for Effective Career Self-Management and Personal Branding

Reimagine Education 2020 is the world “Oscar’s in Higher Education Innovation”.

!LATEST NEWS: THE PROJECT HAS BEEN SHORTLISTED FOR A GLOBAL NURTURING EMPLOYABILITY AWARD! THE AWARDS NIGHT GALA IS SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 9-11th 2020.

Summary

The project aims at enabling working professionals to effectively manage, monitor, and showcase their job-related skills which is the key to long-term employability and career success. It is informed by teaching, mentoring, and ongoing research on remote career self-management at the State University of New York’s Empire State College. The project trains students to quantify and objectively measure the level of skill acquisition for any position of interest and to utilize a personal career fitness lab for self-controlled, data-driven skills management, and evidence-based personal branding. For scalability purposes, the project has been successfully implemented on Coursera.