Research papers are a large part of many college courses, and the quality of your paper will only be as good as your research. The internet makes research on almost any topic more convenient and accessible than in the past, but it also presents some challenges. With all the information that’s online, how do you know if you’re using a reliable source?
You know it’s true: A bachelor’s degree is the new high school diploma. In fact, students across the U.S. are earning college credits while still in high school! With this in mind, gaining the competitive edge in an industry like construction management requires a master’s degree. It’s time for you to seriously consider completing your graduate degree requirements, and because you already work full-time, an online degree is your best way to do just that.
If you haven't yet heard about or listened to TED Talks, you have no idea what you're missing. TED, which stands for the convergence of technology, entertainment and design, is a nonprofit that launched in 1984, and its namesake talks are 15-to-20-minute speeches about important concepts and inspiring topics. Today, you can find numerous TED Talks online, some of which have gone viral, but these all date back to the original six talks given in 2006.
Think your Pinterest boards are just for DIY projects and planning your dream wedding? An increasing number of people are now using Pinterest for more than just following this season’s top styles—they’re also using it to organize their study and research materials.
A college education can open many doors in your career, but not everyone is able to afford one. Read on to find out how online education has made earning a degree more feasible than at any other time in history.
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