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LinkedIn is dominating the digital world for professionals and job seekers who use it as an online resume, a portfolio and a networking tool. Leverage some of these LinkedIn best practices and build a stellar online presence so employers can discover you and your talents.

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Online Communication Etiquette: Are You Leaving the Impression You Intend?

This is probably a very acceptable way to make a date with a friend, but is it an appropriate model for all online communication purposes? The answer: Not if you expect to be identified as a professional.

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Extreme Makeover: Online Communication Edition

In today’s digital world one in four people spend more time communicating online than in person. Whether it is a discussion, timeline, or circle we are all involved in group communication in some way.

But how effectively are you communicating?

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When Computer Efficiencies Send You Running for Cover

Technology is meant to enhance our lives by making it easier to work and play. But what happens when the best of intent goes into creating computer efficiencies and everything goes terribly wrong? From security services to automation algorithms, check out these top fails in computing history that impacted companies, people and governments from around the world.

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An Expert Interview About Online Learning

By Lindsay Amanda on Oct 8, 2014

What is the future of the virtual education environment and is the model effective? We sought out the insights of the top leaders in the tech-ed landscape and compiled the most relevant resources for our own expert interview about online learning. Get inspired as they break down the facts about the innovations that are changing the world for the better.

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Topics: Front Page, Online

Which Computer Are You?

By Lindsay Amanda on Oct 7, 2014

There are so many new technologies and devices that have advanced the way we operate that it can be hard to decifer between them all when deciding what's the best fit for us. Take this quick 5 question quiz, that is certainly more fun than those you take in class, to determine which type of computer you are at heart.

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Topics: Front Page

Darth Vader's Guide to Computers

By Lindsay Amanda on Oct 6, 2014

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…There was a dream to automate and expand communication to allow people to share information at light speed. Lord Darth Vader shares the force with you by sharing his essential guide to computers in the digital age.

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Topics: Front Page

To What Degree is Being Educated Mistaken with Being Intelligent in Our Society?

By Lindsay Amanda on Oct 2, 2014

What is the greatest quality that is attributed to a lifelong learner? Colleges and universities believe in the power of education and employers often filter candidates by level of degree attainment. However companies also place high priority on proven skills, abilities and overall intelligence.

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Topics: Front Page

Eliminate Attention Deficit With These Tips to Improve Concentration

By Lindsay Amanda on Oct 1, 2014

When TV newscaster Diane Sawyer was asked the secret to her success, she said, “I think the one lesson I’ve learned is there is no substitute for paying attention.” Although we love the taste of our favorite Starbucks drink, there are other ways to improve your concentration that have benefits that reach far beyond the report card. Here are some of our favorite tips to improve your attentiveness throughout the day.

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Topics: Front Page

Fall Fashion: Dress For Success

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 25, 2014

Fall has officially arrived and just as the leaves turn our wardrobes must shift along with them. Whether you are in a state of mourning the annual passing of summer or praising coat season, we're here to remind you that it’s important to look your best in the workplace. Here are some different looks for professionals to help them dress for success this fall season.

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Topics: Career, Front Page

Tips to Balance Family, Work, and School

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 18, 2014

“Family…where life begins and love never ends.” Our loved ones are the most important people in our lives, and oftentimes they are near the top on the list of reasons why many people go back to school to earn their degrees. They support us, motivate us and inspire us to always do our best. But once class has started and papers are due, how do we ensure we are still giving our family the quality time and attention they deserve?

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The Essential Career Survival Kit

By Autumn McClenaghan on Sep 17, 2014

No matter what point you are on your professional path, it's important to make sure your career survival kit is always ready when you need it. Whether you are job searching, looking to advance, changing careers, entering the workforce or staying the course, it's best to be prepared for the future.

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Topics: Career, Front Page

Top Apps For Productivity That Make Your Life Easier

By Jina Smith on Sep 16, 2014

Innovation is a wonderful thing, especially when it involves creating technologies that make our lives more efficient. Although many times there is a learning curve with any new gadget, companies are focusing on creating a positive user experience for consumers which translates into ease of usability. Tablets have become a staple item in every home and office which is why we are sharing some of the top apps for productivity in the market today.

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Topics: Front Page

Transitions: From Military To College Life

By David Jenkins on Sep 11, 2014

Military transitioning has become a real hot topic as of late. With our troops being pulled from Iraq and now the remainder being extracted from Afghanistan, we are soon to have the largest contingency of student veterans ever. Currently, the GI Bill is providing assistance to nearly 800,000 veterans and their family members, but this number is expected to increase to over 2 million in the next couple of years.

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Topics: Front Page, Military, Disability Services

The Unconventional Guide To Long-Term Focus

By Lindsay Amanda on Sep 10, 2014

It’s easy to identify the benefits of applying your attention to short-term tasks and feel a sense of accomplishment by checking items off a set list. However, sometimes the more challenging scenario arises when you try to fit those and other responsibilities into a long-term focus. Discover some ways that can help you develop this extended perspective.

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Topics: Front Page