About the Platform
This program is built on the powerful Dynamic e-Learning Platform (DeLP). Through more than a decade of federally-funded research, 3C Institute developed DeLP to provide unparalleled personalized, engaging, and effective e-learning programs. 3C developers work with subject matter partners to select and intermix DeLP components for didactic instruction (‘Tell me’ components), illustrative examples (‘Show me’ components), and practice opportunities (‘Let me try’ components), each customized to achieve specific learning objectives for a particular audience. DeLP can be applied for e-trainings for professional development (see https://www.3cisd.com/e-learning-for-professional-development) as well as self-paced intervention programs for behavior change (see https://www.3cisd.com/e-learning-for-behavior-change).
About the Platform Developers
Since 2001, 3C Institute has been building effective, user-friendly programs, services, and software applications to promote health and well-being for children, adolescents, and adults. At 3C, we collaborate with likeminded partners to apply our research-based technologies to accelerate and advance their research and intervention efforts. Our custom software services are tailored to achieve broad-scale improvement in social, emotional, and behavioral health. More information about 3C Institute can be found at www.3cisd.com.
About the Curriculum Authors
Deb Childress, PhD
Senior Research Associate, 3C Institute
Kelsie Adkisson, MS, CRC
Kelsie Adkisson received her Master’s degree in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling at UNC-Chapel Hill, specializing in both developmental and psychiatric disabilities. She has served in a variety of roles as a job and skills coach, disability advocate and mental health counselor, with additional training with employment services for adolescents with developmental disabilities. As a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Kelsie works with individuals with disabilities to develop individual goals specific to working towards meaningful employment, while also addressing other factors such as substance use, housing, and community integration.