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Online school reviews can be a great help when picking a college, but your initial reaction might be “too much information!” After all, there are independent college guides, official college websites, and schools reviews written by students. It can be a huge task to take in so much information, let… | Read More
Once a low-income single mom, Dr. Angela Isom is now a Harvard-educated author with a doctorate degree. She made the transformation happen in just eight years. Dr. Isom has written several powerful books including Quitters Never Win & Winners Never Quit. Her other projects include the National Domestic Violence Newsletter,… | Read More
If you're making the leap from high school to college, or going to school later in life, health care and related insurance coverage are likely big concerns. Your parents may drop you from their plan when you turn 18. Or, if you're older, you may quit your full-time job to attend school and, therefore, lose… | Read More
There are roughly 86,000 new teachers entering the workforce each year, according to a 2006 National Education Association (NEA) report, and most of them don't have online teaching degrees, or any training whatsoever in the field of online teaching. Yet the number of students enrolled in online education is expected to nearly double in the… | Read More
If you're thinking about pursuing a degree online, you're probably excited about the many advantages that online degree programs offer: relatively low cost, a high degree of flexibility, and access to a wide range of program offerings, among others. However, you may also be worried about establishing connections in a virtual classroom. You're probably wondering:… | Read More
Sometimes we need to be reminded that teachers are an especially vital sub-section of society. We trust them to educate our children and ourselves, and we are almost always in excellent, caring hands. It is, surely, one of the most import jobs possible.
The good news for those interested in joining the profession is that… | Read More
Web content is an emerging field. The number of sites launched is growing daily, and content is becoming more and more of a commodity.
Below is one possible career arc toward becoming a senior-level employee at a company as an Editor/Content Manager. It is by no means the only path, but it should prove… | Read More
Gulf Coast Community College in Florida recently announced three new academic programs bases on careful deliberation by the Board of Trustees and on a survey conducted by the Hanover Research Company on the workforce need/degree gap in the area. One of the options is a bachelor's degree, which means that twenty out of twenty… | Read More
One of the critical components of distance learning is the fact that classroom size is virtually infinite.ï¿½ï¿½ Increasingly, public school systems and many colleges are finding that cost savings realized by the use of online teaching do not compromise the quality of the education.
The Economist reports on an Alabama experiment that has become a… | Read More
When you become certified in a specific technology product or skill set, you demonstrate to potential employers that you have direct qualifications for jobs within their IT organization. Employers evaluate these milestones or tech benchmarks to whittle down the field of job applicants. You may also complete several IT certifications to seek advancements at your current job or to apply for a better-paying one. Some employers will expect you to continually add certifications to remain with the company.
Here are five, must-have certifications for competing in the IT professions:
This is the basic certification… | Read More