The key behind the success of online learning is flexibility. Gone are the days of commuting long distances to sit in a classroom just to learn. Computers have eliminated the need for fixed schedules and made formal education available for busy professionals and parents. Now, mobile technologies like smartphones, tablets, and wireless internet are taking […]
Big data has had a significant impact on everything from college course offerings to the nation’s job market.
The relationship between the field of education and our world’s growing technological connection, regardless of where you live: Vermont, Utah, South Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, is extremely tight-knit: Students and educators everywhere turn more and more to technological advances in order to supplement and enhance educational methods. In recent years, the prevalence of […]
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We’ve broken down the basics of scholarships for you. Where to find them, how to apply for them and why you (or your student) will definitely want to bother.
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Transferring colleges can be a great decision for some students; just make sure you know how to transfer in an efficient and organized way.