This 60-minute session will create an awareness of the tool Outlook showcasing its capacity to keep oneself organized in the workplace (or at home for personal use). A demonstration will be provided to highlight the basics as well as more advanced features that translate easily to the functions of your position.
Dr. Paul Busceni earned his doctorate in Education Leadership and Organizational Change from Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, in 2000, and celebrates a twenty-three year history of teaching, learning, and advocacy. He began his career in the Chicago north suburbs as teacher, principal, and associate superintendent of schools in P-12, eventually transitioning to leadership positions in Colleges of Education and Human Development at various institutions of higher learning. He focused on business during his undergraduate tenure, but quickly realized his interests were in teaching and learning, and community action and awareness. Progressing into graduate school, he became a staunch advocate for human rights and social justice. He is a member of the LGBTQ Tucson Chamber of Commerce, volunteers for other philanthropic organizations, and is a reflection of his alma mater’s motto dedicated to the enlightenment of the human spirit. He became a voice for legislative action with state Boards of Education as well as accrediting bodies, is a recognized educator and speaker, has spoken at professional conferences throughout the United States, and was keynote speaker in Leeds, England on international education. He has been a consistent thought leader in areas of curriculum, instruction, assessment, accreditation, faculty development, and online/distance learning, and has written and reviewed grants for local, state, and national agencies. He is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and is always seeking ways to give back to the various communities who helped make him the person he is today. His greatest aspiration is to complete his debut novel and become the next great American writer.
REGISTRATION FOR THE SPRING CLE SERIES: All sessions will be hosted on IPA's newest member benefit, IPA Connect, and are all FREE for IPA members. Prospective members can attend the entire series for the low cost of $75, or may join the IPA for 2021 and receive the added benefit of dual membership in the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) as well as FREE attendance at all 2021 lunch-and-learns, virtual networking events, and discounted registration for the IPA's Fall Education Conference.
Registration on IPA Connect is required (members will need to be logged in to the IPA Connect platform to register for FREE - if you don't remember your password, enter your email address associated with your IPA membership and click to reset your password).
When it is time to join this webinar, you will log into IPA Connect, click on "Events", then on "Conferences", and join the live event.
Questions? Contact IPA's Executive Director, Yvonne Kriss, at IPA@ipaonline.org.