Let's Dig In.

Critical thinking is a way to arm yourself against specious arguments. In this GEM™, basics of logic are explored as learning how to recognize the difference between correlation and causation is key to strengthening your skills as a critical thinker. By completing this GEM, you will be able to:

  • Identify the difference between correlation and causation.

  • Apply that learning in a real-life scenario.

  • Add an exclusive credential to LinkedIn and other platforms.

GEM Contributor

Director, Learning Design

Julia Miller

Julia Miller, Ph.D., Director, Learning Design: Julia is responsible for consulting with clients to understand their needs, establishing the scope and design for large learning initiatives, authoring scripts and assessments, and mentoring instructional designers.

Prior to joining ansrsource, Julia spent nearly twenty years as an educator, delivering traditional classroom teaching and holding leadership roles in online education at various institutions, including Kaplan, NYU Online, SAI Global, and Long Island University. She has a unique blend of experience in both academic and corporate learning environments.

The GEM Strategy

Rajiv Narayana, President & CEO, ansrsource

"The quickening pace of change that organizations and that each of us are experiencing can be overwhelming. We’ve observed an increasing need for efficient and timely experiences that help enable transformation, allowing learners to make sense of and keep pace with a constantly changing world. ansrsource is very excited to launch our GEM learning experiences to meet the need of Accelerating Transformation Through Learning™."