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WINTER & SPRING 2021 ONLINE COURSES

SUNY ADK Continuing Education – Online Non-credit Programs
Each semester, the Office of Continuing Education offers a variety of online and hybrid non-credit courses (face-to-face courses with an online component) through Zoom live lecture, Blackboard and other learning platforms. View our current catalog online.

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ED2GO ONLINE LEARNING

Ed2Go is one of SUNY Adirondack’s online training partners. Through both instructor-led and self-paced online learning programs, students can take short non-credit courses to pursue personal interests or explore career fields. In addition, fully online certificate programs are available, some offering industry-recognized credentials in high-need fields from healthcare to information technology.

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FRIDAY FREEBIES

Continuing Education is pleased to present “Friday Freebies,” a series of online, no-cost, half-hour courses offered through Zoom for fun and personal enrichment.

 

February 26, from 2 to 2:30pm – Ideas: Mining for Freelance Writing Gold
Instructor: Pauline Bartel, Bartel Communications, LLC
 
Aspiring writers wait for inspiration to deliver ideas. Successful writers mine for ideas instead, and they’re rewarded with bylines and paychecks. Learn three strategies for mining ideas that professional writer Pauline Bartel has used profitably in both the magazine and book fields. Ideas are like gold in the freelance marketplace, and Pauline will help you discover the secrets of tapping into the mother lode. Attendance is limited; preregistration is required online HERE, through Zoom. After preregistering, you will receive an email from Zoom with the link to this session. 

 

 

March 26, from 3:30 to 4pm – Watch Your Temper!
Instructor: Deb Morris, Barkeater Chocolates, LLC
 

Have you ever tried to work with chocolate at home and found it to be fickle, frustrating and (anything but) fun? The culprit was probably one of chocolate's main components: cocoa butter. This fat is why we can't just melt it, set it and forget it. During this session, the instructor will guide you through the art of hand tempering chocolate, explain how to choose your chocolate wisely, and entertain you with chocolate's backstory. 

Attendance is limited; preregistration is required online HERE, through Zoom. After preregistering, you will receive an email from Zoom with the link to this session. 

Optional: If you’d like to follow along with the instructor, you will need:

  • 1 pound of plain dark or milk chocolate*
  • 1 digital candy or meat thermometer 
  • 1/4 cup of any nut of your choice and/or dried fruit (optional)

* Pick a block of chocolate that contains nothing but chocolate liquor (which might be called chocolate mass or chocolate paste), sugar, milk (for milk chocolate) or milk fat (optional for dark chocolate), vanilla (natural) and any kind of lecithin (sunflower or soy). For example, Callebaut, Valhrona, Guittard, Sharfen Berger or Giradhelli chocolate will work.

 

SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education has partnered with the Learning Resources Network (LERN) to offer several other online professional development certificates and courses. Learn about negotiation, data analysis, digital marketing, video marketing or social media for business. More information about UGotClass here.

 

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