Category: Education

Should You Consider Principle of Account (POA) Tuitions

Principles of Accounts (POA) is one of the most practical subjects that a student can opt for besides sciences and mathematics. It has proven to be useful in career growth and opens options for higher studies in accounting and business related courses and eventually in lucrative careers. It is an...

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What Not To Do When Preparing To Write A Research Paper

  Many students struggle immensely coping with the pressure of writing a research paper. The two aspects of it that students find the most challenging are, without a doubt, the proposal and choosing adequate topics for their paper. However, these aspects of writing a research paper are not as hard...

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Writing Strategies for E-Learning

  Struggling with e-learning course work? Well, writing is at times a difficult process. Even the most famous writers experience stages where they cannot get their writing rhythm and tempo. When it comes to writing for e-Learning, it’s even more challenging. Through its instructional design, it demands writers be exact,...

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Nicki Minaj Gesture Highlights How Problematic College Funding Is

  Jillian Berman documents how hip hop artist Nicki Minaj caught the internet’s attention for offering to help out with some of her fans’ college costs and student loans. Minaj’s generosity highlights the challenges students face financing their education in an era of eroding public support for higher education.  ...

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Can Playing Smartphone Games Be Beneficial for Students?

As a student, you’ve probably been brought up to believe that playing smartphone games is a distraction from study, something that you should only indulge when you’ve finished all of your work and gotten some free time. Although this is great advice, there are, however, a number of benefits to playing...

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It’s Protest Season: Smith

Students at Smith College, a private women’s school in Northampton, walked out of class en masse Wednesday at noon in support of the injustices students of color face on college campuses nationwide. About 200 people, including students, professors and the dean of the college, gathered in the middle of campus....