How important is it for you, an online student, to build and maintain a relationship with your instructors? Check out this great article from Marian Stoltz-Loike, Chief Online Education Officer and Vice President of Online Education at Touro College, and…
Want to save yourself the time, energy, and stress that come with poor computer habits? Take a look at this article from Guest Blogger Mitch Pazanski for five essential computer habits that can improve your teaching experience.
Dyslexia can have a negative impact on a person’s ability to study effectively, often making reading and writing more difficult. However, with new technology, online resources and mobile and desktop apps are being created that make it easier for students with dyslexia to get ahead in their studies. Click here to check out Guest Blog Author Sharon Conwell’s favorite examples of apps that can help those with Dyslexia really excel in their studies.
Consider this your official Study Strategy Guidebook. We will cover six proven strategies for mastering the content you are studying in a fun and successful way. We will discuss timing your study sessions, varying your topics, asking higher level questions, using visuals, providing examples, and recalling information. When you work with your brain during a study session, you not only create a greater chance of having a successful study session—by remembering what you are reviewing–but you also engage your brain’s natural curiosity.
Check out these two great videos on technology in the 2016 Presidential Election and the effect of social media on the candidates’ campaigns.