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Distance Learning Modules

We have more than ten distance learning modules available. Each distance learning module is facilitated by one of our Research Associates and includes clear learning objectives, a review of research, a discussion of application to practice, interactive participation activities, and post-tests.

Other courses have been developed or adapted for specific projects and/or agencies. All course materials can be accessed via the Internet on the University of Cincinnati Blackboard Learning System, or agencies may host them on their own websites. 

Distance learning modules are self-administered, and can also be supplemented with individual homework assignments and/or group action planning exercises. UCCI staff will then review submissions and provide feedback via video conference.

 

Overview of Current Modules

 

Modules in Development: 

  • What Works in Community Supervision: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Strategies and Curricula
  • What Works in Community Supervision: Dosage
  • What Works in Community Supervision: Group Facilitation Skills
  • What Works in Community Supervision: Incorporating Motivational Techniques
  • What Works in Community Supervision: Interview Skills
  • Working with Special Populations: Effective Community Supervision Strategies
  • Working with Special Populations: Mentally Ill Offenders
  • Working with Special Populations: Pre-trial Offenders
  • Working with Special Populations: Sex Offenders
  • Working with Special Populations: Trauma Informed Care