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Career Pathways Images

Career Pathways colleagues,

 

In late 2010 I announced on the LINCS Workforce Development discussion list a contest for images for career pathways (as distinct from career paths). In early 2011 I posted an announcement about the three winning images. I am including them here.

Has anyone used any of those images, and if so, how? As far as I am aware, only one -- the first one  -- has been used, in a career pathways learning plan developed in Minnesota for use by the Learner Web nationally.

As I understand the difference between career paths and career pathways, career paths generally begin at the community college level when a student chooses a career cluster and pursues it. Career pathways are broader, beginning in high school or, for adults, at the ABE, ESOL, ASE or transition levels. Career Pathways are intended to help learners explore possible careers and career paths, to learn about how industries or career clusters work in the United States, and how to begin thinking about a career.

 David J. Rosen

djrosen123@gmail.com

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David J. Rosen's picture
One hundred

I tried to upload and insert the images (all jpgs, each under 10 mb) but when I chose "insert" I got an interminable "processing" . I also noticed that the "featured" choice truncated the image. So this feature needs some tweaking I think. Meanwhile, to see the images, go to

http://home.comcast.net/~djrosen/litlist/Career_Pathways_Graphics.html

 

David J. Rosen

djrosen123@gmail.com

Dee Piner's picture
First

I am unable to access the images, and hope this will be corrected soon.

David J. Rosen's picture
One hundred

I am not sure why you cannot see the career pathways images. They appear in one of the messages in this thread,

https://community.lincs.ed.gov/discussion/career-pathways-images-0

They also appear on the working web address listed in the post you replied to.

http://home.comcast.net/~djrosen/litlist/Career_Pathways_Graphics.html

If clicking on one of these links doesn't work from your browser, perhaps you will need to cut and paste the web address into your browser instead of clicking on it. You could also try another browser, such as Firefox or Google Chrome or Internet Explorer.

Dawn Hobson's picture
First

The link is working!  It is too bad that the #1 graphic is less useful now, without Family Literacy.

 

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