There’s a running joke when it comes to New Year’s resolutions: set them with your buddies, but don’t think too much of them. After all, its’ not like you’ll accomplish any of your resolutions anyway. It’s a common joke but that doesn’t mean that we think it’s super funny. We have a lot of work … Continue reading Don’t Let New Year’s Resolution Thinking Infect Your Education!
Caring for your eyes is important under any circumstances and at every stage of life. As a student, your eyes are deprived of rest, subjected to lots of computer screen time and close work, as well as being bombarded by germs, dust and allergens encountered every day. The result can be an endless cycle of … Continue reading Practical and stylish eyecare advice for students
It is important that prospective entrepreneurs fully understand the concept of business equity. Running a business can be a complex process, and while many entrepreneurs have excellent business ideas and make brilliant salespeople, it is common for entrepreneurs to struggle with managing the financial and investment side of a business. Almost every business requires capital … Continue reading Understanding business equity for prospective entrepreneurs
Whether it’s a place to revise for final exams, an area to read and absorb or simply to write essays, a study space has to deliver in a number of areas. To make a workspace productive, the design and layout should be well thought through. Follow these tips for a successful study space to help … Continue reading Designing a productive study space
Business writing may involve private communications between staff and may stretch to your global advertising. Ideally, you need it to be correct, and you should be aware that big mistakes might have a lasting negative effect on your reputation. Things can go viral faster than a politician can play down drug offenses, so it is … Continue reading Nine Tools to Make Your Business Writing Perfect
Each year thousands of graduates are released into the world to seek their fortunes. The final year in most universities can be a stressful one for students. Other than concentrating on their grades, these soon-to-be-graduates have to start thinking of their journey beyond university. In most instances, this involves endless soul-searching and decision-making, interspersed with … Continue reading After graduation – where to next?
Little is more dispiriting for a student than to feel cut off and isolated when trying to learn. In certain circumstances education is regarded as a commodity, a vehicle for stuffing heads full of facts, with insufficient opportunities for interaction and feedback. This de-personalization of education can lead to students being treated as a homogeneous … Continue reading Engagement with students in the Digital Classroom
Trying to take care of home and work at the same time can be absolutely stressful. You want to earn money for your family, but you want to also make sure that you are doing everything as you need to handle it. What about going back to school? Before you say that you can’t go … Continue reading The Caretaker’s Guide to Going Back to School
The average assignment you will face in your freshman year at university is far more advanced than meets the eye. If you were sailing through your classes before university, be prepared to work harder than ever before. Getting help with your assignments is something that immediately springs to mind, but there’s just one little problem: … Continue reading Assignment Help Can Get You Better Scores, Find Out How
One issue that always seems to come up when we talk to other college students is the concern about professors not understanding them. They worry that if they don’t stand up for themselves, they’re going to get absolutely trampled. There’s no point in thinking that people are out to get you at every turn. It´s … Continue reading Problems With Your Professor – It’s Not Worth Arguing Over!