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Language speed

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In you want to know why some languages sound like they are spoken much faster than others this infographics will give you the answer.
Sofya Yampolsky created this infographics based on the Universite de Lyon research, whose students wanted to explain the speed of language phenomenon!

The Speed of Language

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Everybody writes

Ann Handley has created a short directory called Everybody Writes explaining the writing process – from a discombobulated mess to a coherent, useful piece of content that engages audiences.

Below are the 12 steps she suggests everyone should use when beginning to write any piece of content.

If you have anything to add, let us know.
Ann Handley

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High education top tags

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While colleges and universities struggle to balance big bills with slashed budgets and endowments, tuition continues to go up and up.
Take a look at some of the heaviest price tags in higher education, driving more and more students online and to community college.

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College student debt in US

If you are considering college enrollment for yourself or your children, the infographic below can be of interest.College student debt in US is quite high and rising, so you might want to consider the options for your children education.

Have a look, leave us your comments and consider the options of MOOCS, free e-learning opportunities and other Internet learning options.

A Generational Approach of College Student Debt

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What is online learning?

The online learning market is still fairly new and people need  a lot of explaining to understand it. This infographic will give you a brief history of the online learning, will present you the benefits of online learning and how to structure the online classes.

Online learning has given a new angle to the learning pattern, it is more fun and easy for the individuals in the current generation. The traditional or conventional method of learning, has been replaced by modern technique, where the use of gadgets in education has increased.

The traditional form of education is a total contrast to the online education system, as there are different kinds of online tools available which makes it easier for teachers to impart education to their students.

There are various kinds of software also available for educational benefits. Some of the modern educational tools that have made learning very convenient and student friendly includes Blackboard learn++, iTunes, iNoodle, Classroom 2.0, Teacher tube, engrade and my grade book.

You can add your views and experiences in the comments below and tell us how you find your online education insights.

Past, Present and Future of Online Education Infographic


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Building business with LMS

Building business with LMS

E-learning field advances with giant strides: according to Global Industry Analysts (GIA), e-learning market is expected to reach $168.8 billion by 2018.

More and more companies are contributing to online learning field by implementing e-learning strategies, integrating components and tools for employee training and e-commerce practice. E-learning, in comparison with regular education methods, allows cutting costs and provides anytime/anywhere learning by means of Learning Management Systems (LMS) usage.
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CV should share stories, not only information!

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CV should share stories, not only information!

Once upon a time there lived a young man who was looking for a job.

Well, you must have read such lines a zillion times during your childhood while reading stories. The only difference: those lines spoke of a king in place of a young man. And you must be wondering what this has to do with the resume building task! But this is what can help you land a great job and make you feel like a king! It is the latest trend of resume building, which still keeps the styles of these tales relevant. And if you want to make the recruiters interested and get a great job, it is important for you to shape your resume in a storytelling format.
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Teach with Twitter !

Teachers and students are turning to social media to help inform their learning.

This movement – often referred to as DIY PD (do-it-yourself professional development) – is empowering educators to utlize technology resources, digital media and community building to shape their own learning. It isn’t exclusive to teachers — classrooms around the world who are turning to Twitter and social platforms to expand student learning. The Teaching with Twitter Infographic looks at different ways teachers can use Twitter to inform their professional development and classroom practices.

 

Teaching with Twitter Infographic
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Learn to think like a scientist

No one will argue with the fact that people who are involved in science for a long time, have a different mindset. Even if the scope of your activities is far from a science, the habit of scientifically thinking will bring you a great benefit because you will learn how to solve various problems (work, family, household, and many others) more efficiently and faster.

Thomas Edison achieved success for the reason that he spent a huge amount of experiments and worked hard on his task. He had to go through thousands of failures and setbacks, but it did not upset the scientist and did not deprive his enthusiasm. Edison continuously repeated that all these failures were only steps to the top of his success.

It is worth learning the scientific way of thinking and adopt its habits, because you will be able to master a creative approach to solving your problems. You will learn how to generate original ideas. We will also consider how to develop the habits of scientists and implement them in your thinking, to change lives. I hope you love the content below!

7 Habits How to Learn to Think Like a Scientist Infographic