Top tips in writing a resume

A resume needs to stand out right away while retaining that professional look to your potential employer. I will give you the two best tips, from my experience in writing an excellent resume. • Objective First and foremost is the objective. Your objective needs to be at the top, right underneath your contact information. This Read More …

Things to remember during Freshers’ Week

Once the hard work’s been completed, the exam results have been returned and the final offer from your chosen university is on the table, the excitement of leaving home for the first time can feel almost overwhelming. But although the buzz of meeting new friends and living on your own will have you counting down Read More …

5 top tips for learning any language faster

Learning a new language is a fantastic goal and the sense of achievement it brings every time you further your knowledge is immense, particularly when you get to the point of being able to use your language skills to communicate in the real world. It’s not an easy thing to do though – often, becoming Read More …

What we are learning from online learning?

Daphne Koller is a third generation Ph.D in her family, who is passionate about education. As a Stanford professor, she is excited to be making the college experience available to everybody through her startup, Coursera – cofounded by Andrew Ng. Each keystroke, quiz, peer-to-peer discussion and self-graded assignment builds an unprecedented pool of data on Read More …

How to be chosen in the world of work?

So, you’ve made it as a student. But what’s next? When you finish your studies you’ll want to secure a job, or perhaps start a business. But whatever you decide, you can’t do it on your own – you will need other people to open the door to the next big stage of your life. Read More …

Can you use mind control to create an addiction?

  We have all heard it before – the most powerful human organ –the mind- is the least known to the scientist. Teams and teams have been working on its exploration, but it still remains a big mystery, some say that humanity barely knows 10 % of the actual mind structure functioning. Having said this, Read More …

Online education success: test early and often

  In the last couple of years the number of online educational offerings is increasing, but with their rapid rise a critical question has rised: “Can such “virtual” classes cut through the maze of distractions – such as email, the Internet, and television – that face students sitting at their computers?” Harvard researchers on this topic Read More …

What does it take to be human?

Occasionally a question comes out to my mind-Are we human just because of the unique traits and attributes not shared with animal or machine? If I follow the definition of “human” , it is circular: we are human by virtue of the properties that make us human (i.e., distinct us from the animal and the machine). Read More …

POWER: Everybody wants it, has it, but DOES NOT use it!

Let’s say that power begins in controlling something, but then the question rises- are we powerless prior to controlling it? There are no true and false answers – it can be both Yes and No! We have the potential, which is a power in itself, but if it is unused and undirected potential then it is Read More …