The Technological Side of Online Degrees

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 […]

Not so Fast, E-Textbooks: The Battle Between Digital and Print

The relationship between the field of education and our world’s growing technological connection 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 technology in our society has brought us online learning opportunities, the use of in-class […]

The New Presentations

Powerpoint may get the job done, but there is a whole new generation of presentation tools that help you connect with even more people.

A Practical Guide to Scholarships

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.

Finishing What You Start: How to Navigate the World of College Transfer Credits

Transferring colleges can be a great decision for some students; just make sure you know how to transfer in an efficient and organized way.

Missing the Water Cooler: A Recent Grad’s Guide to Navigating Telecommuting

Telecommuting can build and develop practical, in-demand skills, help you save money, and let you find the best of both worlds.

Forecasting Higher Education

Discover the technologies that the New Media Consortium are saying will impact higher education in the coming years.

The New Essay

With the evolution of technology in education, assignments are changing, too, even bringing about a new type of essay.

Returning Troops & the Transition Back to School

Many returning veterans will likely go back to school; how do they make the transition and get the most from the experience?

Caffeinated Nation

People in the US consume a lot of caffeine — 80% of us have some sort of caffeinated beverage every day. Everybody has their own caffeine-loaded drink of choice, from double lattes to ice-cold cola to strong-brewed green tea. More and more, however, people (and especially young people) are turning to less healthy caffeine options, […]