Journals Offer Low-Cost CEUs I am astounded that Karen Niles' article on finding low-cost CEUs (The ASHA Leader, April 14, 2009) did not mention journals. Certainly the ASHA journals provide some opportunities for low-cost, at-home CEUs. Numerous other journals provide large numbers of regularly published, current, referenced, and peer-reviewed CEU options—such as three sponsored ... Inbox
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The ASHA Leader, May 2009, Vol. 14, 46. doi:10.1044/leader.IN5.14072009.46
The ASHA Leader, May 2009, Vol. 14, 46. doi:10.1044/leader.IN5.14072009.46
I am astounded that Karen Niles' article on finding low-cost CEUs (The ASHA Leader, April 14, 2009) did not mention journals. Certainly the ASHA journals provide some opportunities for low-cost, at-home CEUs. Numerous other journals provide large numbers of regularly published, current, referenced, and peer-reviewed CEU options—such as three sponsored by the University of Maryland (Seminars in Hearing, Seminars in Speech and Language, and Journal of Fluency Disorders)—and there are many others. A weakness of Coursearch is that it often overlooks such activities if people search by location. I would urge members to consider journals for their CEUs, since most of the concerns in the sidebar, “What to Look for in CEU Offerings,” are more relevant to speakers and workshops than to CEU-approved professional journals, which are cleared in advance to assure they meet these standards.
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