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info_outline The Education Engine on Monday Morning Radio 06/05/2018
The Education Engine on Monday Morning Radio Mr. Carr discusses how creating an online course can serve multiple purposes. It can, of course, be a money-making venture, where you charge people to take the course, but it can also be a powerful reputation building tool. Business owners are also utilizing the system to create online courses to train their own employees. Mr. Carr explains that the beauty of his system is that it is simple for anyone to use, even those that are not necessarily tech-savvy. Rich Carr is CEO of Carr Knowledge, a Business Knowledge Acceleration firm located in the Seattle area. The Education Engine was founded after Mr. Carr’s personal experience of being unable to find quality online courses related to the use of prosthetic devices. Mr. Carr is a graduate of Central Washington University. About Monday Morning Radio Monday Morning Radio is a podcast produced by Dean Rotbart and David Biondo that contains interviews with successful and innovative business people and business experts. The program is produced in cooperation with the nonprofit Wizard Academy, an Austin, Texas-based school for imaginative, courageous and ambitious entrepreneurs.
info_outline Understanding Brain-centric Design 04/26/2018
Understanding Brain-centric Design Discover how Cognitive Neuroscience & Marketing merge to present your masterpiece how the brain likes to receive it, and how people like to learn. Rich Carr details the science made simple in Brain-centric Design.
info_outline I'm Just A Bill 03/15/2017
I'm Just A Bill "I'm Just a Bill" is a 1976 Schoolhouse Rock! segment, featuring a song of the same title written by Dave Frishberg. The segment debuted as part of "America Rock", the third season of the Schoolhouse Rock series. The song featured in the segment is sung by Jack Sheldon (the voice of the Bill) and his son (the boy learning the process). It is about how a bill becomes a law, how it must go through Congress, and how it can be vetoed, etc. The Bill is for the law that school buses must stop at railroad crossings. In the song, the Bill becomes a law. In reality, such a bill has never been approved by the United States Congress (traffic laws are typically handled at the state legislature level, and several states have such a law).