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Changes to PD Opportunities Tab

For those of you who visit my site regularly and pay attention to details, you may have noticed that I changed the title of the MLTI PD Opportunities tab. I reworked the calendar on it today to also contain the webinars that are offered via and am looking for other calendars to include as well. Why? Well, we all know that we are more apt to take advantage of PD opportunities when they actually interest us (and not when someone simply tells us to attend). EdWeb offers a wide range of topics in their webinars, which are often free, so I wanted to ensure that you knew about them. They also come from the non-Apple/MLTI perspective, so it will give you some variety on the content and point of view.

Click here to check out the page and see if there is an opportunity that you are interested in!


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