Month: October 2017

Driving tricks new college commuters should know

  You’ve been accepted to the college of your dreams and you’ve made the decision to commute rather than live on campus. This is becoming increasingly common for many new students, so they can save money on housing and food and still afford tuition. If this is the case for you, you’ll probably be commuting […]

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How can college student improve their writing?

How can college students improve their writing?

Cause and effect papers require an author to analyze a particular situation or event and prove the connection between the reasons something happened and the consequences it creates. Students often face difficulties with such type of essay writing. They don’t know what topics to use, how to sort out the situation in detail, and how […]

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Optimize Your Concentration With These Simple Steps

Optimize your concentration with these simple steps

In these days and age of phones and Buzzfeed articles, our attention span is getting shorter and shorter. We have difficulty concentrating because of these occurrences when studying important subjects, especially if it’s a topic we don’t particularly enjoy. Modern e-learning techniques such as gamification are an example of encouraging interactive learning which helps with the problem […]

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Tips for writing college papers like a pro

Some students are satisfied with C’s for their essays, but others don’t just want to get a better grade – they want to get a skill in essay writing. If you are one of the goal-oriented students who want to be professional in writing essays, follow our smart tips! 1. Think like a professional The […]

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Quote: Do things

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Quote: Rain

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How competitive is the Nursing Degree scene?

    As trained professionals who deal with life and death situations, and play a vital role in ensuring patients are healthy, licensed nurses are constantly in demand. Because of high demand for and a nationwide shortage of qualified nurses, nursing has become a highly competitive field. Going into nursing is often recommended to new […]

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Getting a job with a disability

The hunt for employment is unforgiving, with competition for places so high that it takes a very good applicant to even be considered for an interview. Obtaining an interview, of course, is only a means to an end, namely securing the job for which you’re applying. That will usually require demonstrating to an employer that […]

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What type of learner are you?

  Well, which type of e-learner are you? It sounds like a straightforward question, and indeed it is the first question you should ask when embarking on a new course or field of study, yet it’s a topic that most people navigate intuitively rather than actively interrogating – which can mean seriously compromising the experience […]

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Value of data unlocking as new competitive advantage

Interview with Lee Nagel, Izenda   At Izenda (https://www.izenda.com/about/) , Vice President of Marketing, Lee Nagel, uses a unique blend of talents to bring new clients to his company. Izenda helps software providers draw out their data to provide the business intelligence needed to grow. Izenda’s embedded solution gives results on the fly. Nagel combines […]

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