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How to Keep Up within your Field: Strategies for Continuous Learning

Mario Callegaro
Friday, August 27, 2021
2:00 - 3:30 PM Eastern Time

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About This Course:
After you finish your education and start working, it is hard to keep up within your field. Only after a few months you might feel that some of your knowledge is getting out of date and that the formal channels of learning are hard to be used in a work environment.

Continuous learning can be overwhelming as you are in the driver seat and the amount of choices are many and fragmented. In this webinar Mario Callegaro will share some strategies for continuous learning to keep up within your field. The main topic of the webinar is getting into a different mindset than when you were in school and using the numerous learning opportunities that are available, from the most formal, to the most informal.

Learning Objectives:
  • A different mindset for learning
  • Ways to keep up within your field
  • Making a plan
  • Taking advantage of tools, people and resources

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Presenter Bio:
Mario Callegro, Snior UX Survey Research Scientist works in the Google Cloud Platform UX team. He focuses on helping the team in collecting high quality surveys about our cloud platform products. Mario consults on numerous surveys, market research, and user experience projects in terms of survey design, questionnaire design, sampling, weighting, and reporting.

Mario holds a M.S. and a Ph.D. in survey Research and Methodology from the University of Nebraska, Lincoin. Mario has published numerous papers, book chapters, and presented at international conferences on survey methodology and data collection methods. Published an edited book with Wiley titled Online Panel Research: A Data Quality Perspective. A year later he published with Sage a handbook titled Web Survey Methodology with Katja Lozar Manfreda and Vasja Vehovar, recently available as open access.