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Tips to break into a good legal career

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So, you’ve dreamed of having a successful legal career, but turning your dreams into reality isn’t always easy! Even after finishing school, finding a good stepping stone job can be a challenge. If you’re trying to get your foot in the door don’t forget these ideas to help you find your way into law and a solid career.
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The power of eLearning as a social and collaborative tool

The power of eLearning as a social and collaborative tool

 

 

Much of the reason why eLearning is so effective at enhancing the learning process for so many users is the collaborative aspect of this powerful learning device.

In this post I’ll:

  • Prescribe how to get the most out of your eLearning program by using it as a social and collaborative tool.
  • Explain why adapting your eLearning program to be more collaborative and social can have such a positive impact on learning outcomes.

Stimulate interest with interactive comparable learning devices

Competitiveness in learning isn’t so healthy. However, integrating certain comparable learning devices into your training program can have a positive, inspirational effect on your trainees.
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4 steps to excellent admission application

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Getting into a reputable university or college is often the first step to lifelong success. It is imperative, that an excellent admission application represents the best side of the applicant. Here are four techniques that every applicant should use to ensure their application stands out.
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Master’s Degree expands your options

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To a student earning their degree at many universities and colleges across the nation, the best idea may seem to be unobtainable. Although it’s true that schooling is expensive, a master’s degree in your field of study can help to greatly expand your options. To learn more about how Master’s Degree expands your options, read on.

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The future of enterprise mobile learning

Intuition created a mobile learning infographic which explores why there has been a significant increase in the use of mobile learning in enterprises. We look at the number of mobile devices in use by employees, how these are used for ‘Just-in-Time’ training and why mobile learning is so popular with employees and employers alike. Check […]

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How to choose a plumbing course?

If you are considering taking plumbing courses and beginning your training to become a professional plumber this year, there are several factors to consider. This article will discuss in depth at least five critical tips to consider while choosing plumbing courses in 2014. Type of training Before getting started, you must first determine what type […]

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Which skills do you need to get your dream job?

For employees who are looking to develop and integrate a new set of skills, to help them become more valuable, below are the five job skills, that executives in Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia have selected as most important to them. So, now that you know what are the skills that are being looked for, […]

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Women in computer science

Women in computer science

If you think of computer science jobs, then you often think of men sitting behind computers typing all day and working on servers. The unfortunate truth is that there are woefully few women seeking computer science degrees. Many experts believe that this is due to how society views IT workers, but others believe it’s because women aren’t exposed to the possibility of a tech job early in life.
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4 essential tips for saving money in college

4 essential tips for saving money in college

College costs aren’t what they used to be, and students in college need to do whatever they can to save money when they’re enrolled in school. Nationwide Bank did a study on the spending habits of college students, and the average student needs to budget very carefully if they want to be able to afford everything they need. Twenty-six percent of a student’s budget goes towards room and board, and 19% goes towards tuition and associated fees. A whopping 40% goes towards discretionary costs for technology, entertainment, clothing, and cosmetics.
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