5 ways to get started with your COE Forum membership

Welcome to the COE Forum online—your source for the latest research, expert commentary, events, tools, and more. Eab.com is the best way to get value from your membership, so you'll want to get acquainted with our site and learn to take full advantage of all it has to offer. Our team compiled the five tips below to help you do just that. Ready to get started?

First, create your eab.com account

You'll need it to access exclusive member content. Create your free account now, and share this how-to guide with your team so they can create accounts, too.

Next, subscribe for email updates

We recommend the following for all new members:

  • Program updates: This is the easiest way to learn about the latest research and upcoming events from the COE Forum. Subscribe
  • EAB Daily Briefing: Subscribe to our daily round-up of higher education news to stay up to date. Read an issue and subscribe

Then catch up on our most popular research

Designing Programs for the Millennial Workforce

You have access to all of our research publications, including member favorites Designing Programs for the Millennial Workforce, Reaching Search and Shop Students, and the CBE and PLA Playbook.

In addition to research publications, our experts regularly weigh in on pressing issues facing continuing, professional, and online education leaders. Browse our expert insights.

Now save your seat for upcoming events

If you only attend one event a year, make it the COE Forum National Meeting. It's your opportunity to hear our latest research, network with other members, and meet our team of experts. Register now.

Our national meetings aren't your only chance to hear from our experts and your peers. We host regular webconferences so that you can get best practices and ask questions live—without ever leaving your desk.

Finally, get an overview of industry trends

State Market Demand Dashboard

As the pressure mounts to be first-to-market with distinctive programs, many COE leaders label new program development as highly reactionary, based more on faculty curricular interests than regional workforce needs.

We built labor market demand dashboards for each state so that you can easily see the fastest growing job titles and skills in your state, as well as employers with the largest increases in hiring needs. Explore the dashboards for inspiration for new programs and potential audiences. Explore the state and regional dashboards.

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