One of the ways DSEF enables and empowers educators is by creating and providing useful classroom content that can easily be added into any curriculum. The Foundation is constantly adding new resources for its Academic Fellows to incorporate into their teaching however they see fit. Many of these resources are reserved for our Fellows and are password protected. Below, we’ve made a few of these modules available to give you an idea of the types of content created for the classroom.
Micro-Entrepreneurship and the Gig Economy
As presented by the Direct Selling Education Foundation and Belmont University in March 2016. Hosted by Linda Ferrell, Distinguished Professor of Leadership and Business Ethics, Belmont University Jack C. Massey College of Business. Features Lori Bush, former CEO of Rodan & Fields and William Rinehart, Director of Technology and Innovation Policy, American Action Forum.
Big Data Panel
As presented at the 2016 DSA Annual Conference
Direct Selling Entrepreneur Workshop
The Direct Selling Entrepreneur Workshop initiative offers colleges, business development organizations, and other educational partners a set of free materials that can be delivered in flexible workshop formats or embedded into for-credit courses, providing entrepreneurship education and resources in collaboration with national leaders in the direct selling industry. We have developed three workshop formats that can fit a variety of venues and audiences.