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Filtered provides online courses that maximize the impact on its users and their businesses, while minimizing the time they spend training. It does this by stripping out anything they don't need to learn:

It's this second step that is the job of the 'Filter' – the algorithm that selects content appropriate to each user.

It's this second step that is the job of the 'Filter'

The Filter

The Filter removes training material that you don't need – leaving a much-distilled and highly relevant course. Our courses (in Excel , PowerPoint and ) are divided into modules – typically over 100 per course – and it's from these that the Filter makes its selection. The Filter removes modules because they aren't necessary for your work or because you are already proficient in them. So your end result, when it comes to modules to take, may look like the below.

The Filter removes modules because they aren't necessary Just what you need to know

To do this the Filter first asks questions to understand how you want to use your training – what is it that you need to do, what will your work involve?

questions to understand how you want to use your training

For example, if you work in financial services, need to become an expert at Microsoft Excel, and expect to be analysing data all the time, the Filter will assess that there's a high likelihood that you need to know the contents of modules covering the use of PivotTables. The Filter asks:

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Once the Filter has established what you need to know, it moves on to what you know already. It asks a set of questions to assess your current knowledge and proficiency.

It asks a set of questions to assess your current knowledge and proficiency.

The first of these questions gauges your confidence at the characteristic tasks, and your overall facility with the application. The Filter then tests your knowledge objectively, with multiple-choice questions. Together these questions allow the Filter to estimate the likelihood that you already know the material in each of the course modules.

So again for example, if you say you are already an expert at analysing data, and answer questions on PivotTables correctly, then we'll assess there's a high likelihood that you already know the contents of our PivotTables material, and some of it will be filtered out of your recommended syllabus.

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About the Hannaford Area Community Foundation

The Hannaford Area Community Foundation was established in 2008 by agroup of residents concerned about the lack of funding for local organizations. Itprovides a method of receiving donations and distributing grants to benefit projects ornonprofit organizations in theHannaford area. The Foundation is affiliated with the NorthDakota Community Foundation, which is anonprofit, tax-exempt corporation under IRScode 501(c)(3) and North Dakota Law.

The Hannaford Area Community Foundation is managed locally by a group of volunteers whose main activities are building the fund and recommending grants annually.

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Jill Haugen PO Box 23 Hannaford, ND 58448

701-789-1441

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or contact Amy Stromsodt , CFRE,NDCF Development Director, at 701-741-3193

How to Apply for a Grant from the Hannaford Area Community Foundation

Guidelines 1. Grants will be issued to only those organizations designated as a non-profit, tax exempt organization under IRS Code 501(c)3, or to government entities. 2. Grants will be issued to qualifying organizations that serve the community of Hannaford. 3. Grant deadline is October30th of each year.

To Apply: Download the application form and mail completed form to:

Jill Haugen PO Box 23 Hannaford, ND 58448

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