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Etiquette on the Net - Netiquette
Netiquette, commonly known as online etiquette, is a social code for network communication, which outlines behavioral expectations when communicating or collaborating with others online, via e-mail, in chat rooms, or on discussion boards.
Free Courses at Open Yale
There are a variety of free university courses available online from distinguished universities such as Harvard, Carnegie Mellon, and Yale. These top universities offer free courses for a variety of reasons.
Generation Y - Adult Learning
Gen Y’s technology savvy creates a portal to new ways of gaining knowledge and communicating with individuals from around the world, thus producing an ethnically diverse virtual environment.
How Content Curation Works
Content curation is a strategy that helps attract readers to your blog, website, or other platform used to market your brand. But understanding content curation can also help students to learn how to conduct and cite research.
How Exercise Increases Intellect
We have all heard how regular exercise can contribute to better health and fitness, but did you know a good workout can also improve your mood, memory, concentration, and intellect?
How Important are Writing Skills?
Writing is considered one of the most important transferrable skills for employees to possess. The quality of writing is what first captures a job recruiter’s attention.
There are essentially three main avenues of teaching today: on campus, hybrid, and online. As technology continues to evolve, so will the method of delivering education and training; thus, the need for teaching a hybrid or online course is inevitable.
Learning Online - Social Learning
The format of distance learning is evolving; from computer-based learning to internet-based learning, social learning seems to be the next phase of the learning evolution.
Motivation to Complete Your PhD
While studies show an average 50 percent completion rate for students pursuing a PhD, those who are successful tend to have strengths in perseverance and both oral and written communication.
Myths about Distance Learning
Though the popularity of distance learning has increased dramatically in the past decade, there are still some misconceptions about it.
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