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Cori Zuppo
Surround yourself with people who know things.
Surround yourself with people who know things.
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This will be a great article for my media usability course!
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The company specializes in helping people who know they want a new job, but either haven’t been able to organize themselves enough to take the leap, or are literally too busy to find and apply to one.
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Hi everyone, I'm Cori Zuppo and I'm a researcher, professor, and consultant. I do a lot of technical writing and design/build work, including instructional design. I consult in the areas of HRM, management, and technology. My passion for research includes genealogy, technology & society/organizations, and history. I'm working on my CG materials and I very much enjoy learning from everyone in the genealogy community.

I've just begun my one name study for the surname "Meechan" and I have a few family history underway. My blog is https://meechanfamilygenealogy.wordpress.com/

I think my best genealogy experiences have been when someone has contacted me to tell me something they know about one of my branches, or, they offer a correction. It's very nice to have that sort of interaction and help.

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Thanks for this video, and all your videos really. I have been using FTM for Mac for a while and most of the time I don't mind that it can be a little quirky. I find it useful for managing my research agenda.
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Cori Zuppo commented on a post on Blogger.
I would love to give you the benefit of my years of experience as an online student, and now, a professor and designer. To make a broad-sweeping judgment about all online education is shortsighted and limited by your view of your experience. If you're doing it right, there's no place to hide for students and profs and to do it right, there's a lot more work. Don't assume that all online courses are the same. I'd love to have you and anyone else brave enough to take up the challenge in one of my online courses. If they're "cheating their asses off" you've got a crappy course design and should consider not using canned material from publishers and making everything project-based instead. I love everything you write but this struck a nerve because you're wrong. Please contact me if you'd like to hear more from my perspective. I welcome it! Dialogue such as this must happen. 
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Getting ready to present "Think like a futurist: 5 Steps to Future-Proof Your Strategic Technology Plan" #OETC 2016 Great conference!
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I am humbled to have been mentioned by my recently graduated, active duty military student, Derrick Loy. My military students never fail to lead and demonstrate an amazing desire to finish strong. It's been an honor to have Derrick and others in my courses. Hooah!
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Wanna take a guess on what might be the most terrifying thing I’ve recently heard from an organizational leader? G’head…I’ll wait…feel free to phone a friend, it’s all good… …got it? Awesome. Let’s see if you guessed correctly:
Wanna take a guess on what might be the most terrifying thing I’ve recently heard from an organizational leader? G’head…I’ll wait…feel free to phone a friend, it’s all good… …got it? Awesome. Let’s see if you guessed correctly:
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