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There are literally thousands of ways to make money online. They range from affiliate marketing, blogging, domain parking, web designing and many more. But most of them, like any other real world business require time and patience to bring in a decent amount of cash every month. Contrary to the general belief, there is no get-rich-quick scheme online.
Having said that, there are various ways which help you get started quickly and make a few bucks.… | Read More
Textbooks are a simple fact of college life that can't really be avoided: how are you supposed to learn without books to guide you and help make sense of your professors' words? Still, aching shoulders from heavy hardcovers (and aching wallets from heavy prices) are a side effect of textbooks that no student enjoys. An… | Read More
You can spend a lot of time clicking through web pages, tech sites, school sites, perennials like CNET and Technorati and the CNN tech section and never find a "top ten" list for video game degrees. There are a lot of sites that list schools and some excellent blogs on the nature of the… | Read More
Over the coming weeks millions of students will be heading off to college, some for the very first time, while most will be repeating a trek familiar to them. Yet even seasoned college students know that moving to a dorm or off campus housing requires that they plan carefully in order to ensure a smooth move.
The more stuff you have to cart off to school, the more likely you’ll need someone to help… | Read More
College graduates with degrees in Environmental Science, Environmental Studies or who have taken at least a core group of classes emphasizing sustainability, conservation biology, wetland ecology, natural history, energy or similar programs are finding that their educational training is in high demand. An emerging "green industry" is taking shape, one that works hand and hand with current businesses while taking a futuristic approach to solving today’s environmental challenges in bold new ways.
Because of the critical… | Read More
There are so many colleges to choose from: how can you possibly figure out which one is the best for you? It's a task that can be daunting at best, paralyzing at worst. But not to worry: this week, the college expert Douglas Bennett from Kaplan graced the pages of Newsweek to shed some insight… | Read More
On July 30 the University of Massachusetts announced the appointment of Dr. Ken Udas to the post of CEO of UMass Online.�� Dr. Udas has a wealth of experience in the field, having led the Penn State online education development for a number of years as well as serving in the position of Director… | Read More
For most colleges, it's a fairly cut-and-dry set of options: the two-year associate degree, or the four-year bachelor degree. Which do you choose? What if there was a third choice? What if you could obtain a more focused, direct form of the bachelor degree program, with all of the well-rounded higher level education but none… | Read More
How often are high school students told that, in order to be successful, they must attend a college that is above all things instantly recognizable? While high visibility is usually a great indicator that a school is quality material, there are many other factors that may balance out or even outweigh elements like visibility alone.… | Read More
Maybe you have to be on the right mailing list, but it came as news to me the other day when I learned that one of the thirteen colleges on the Harvard campus is the Harvard University Extension School. It has apparently been in existence for close to a century, focusing on continuing education… | Read More