The goal of enterprise learning is to provide required online courses as well as optional learning opportunities that offer skills, knowledge and connections that are meaningful and essential to the Drexel community. Enterprise Learning will consist of:
Online courses will be assigned in Career Pathway throughout the year. Faculty and professional staff members will be able to complete them at any time from when they are assigned through the due date of November 1, 2021.
Use the menu below to access information on each enterprise learning topic.
As part of the Drexel community, we have an obligation to protect our people, our information and our systems from cybercriminals. Attackers compromise accounts, computers, systems and networks to steal sensitive information, leaving us all at risk. They extract personally identifiable information, protected health information, financial information, confidential data, and intellectual property by planting ransomware in their victims’ systems. Technical defenses like firewalls, antivirus, and multi-factor authentication have been proven to work. Yet, frequent information security awareness training programs are also critical to preventing cyberattacks.
In collaboration with the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), we are launching our first enterprise learning required online course: Drexel University Information Security Compliance. You will be able to access this mandatory online course in Career Pathway on your transcript.
Consistent with the goal of enterprise learning, the Diversity and Inclusion (DEI) module aims to define key concepts in Drexel’s mission and strategy specific to DEI. As part of the module, faculty and professional staff will explore the meaning of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at Drexel, and identify their own roles in advancing the University’s Culture of Inclusion and Belonging.
The Conflict of Interest and Commitment Training is intended to bring awareness to our Conflict of Interest and Commitment Policy (CPS-2) and to help Drexel University employees identify and disclose potential conflicts of interest and/or commitment. Knowing how to recognize and report conflicts of interest or commitment is an important part of keeping the Drexel community a safe and fair place to work. This training will provide a definitions of conflict of interest and commitment, teach you how to identify types of conflicts of interests and commitments, and outline the process of disclosure.
If you would like to continue to learn more about the University’s Culture of Compliance, we invite you to attend our two virtual roundtables:
- Culture of Compliance at Drexel – It’s Okay to Ask! – 10-10:45 a.m. on October 5, 2021
This virtual roundtable will feature a conversation with Compliance Program Services. We will provide a brief overview of the Program and of University Policies. Then we will open up the discussion to address any questions or comments you have regarding how Compliance Program Services can better support your college, school, or administrative area.
- Protecting Student Privacy at Drexel – 10-10:45 a.m. on October 19, 2021
This virtual roundtable will feature a conversation with Drexel Privacy Program Services surrounding student privacy in higher education, student rights, and our responsibilities to uphold privacy standards.
You can register for these virtual roundtables in Career Pathway via DrexelOne.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Compliance Program Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.