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Leadership lived: Matthew Traxler

Leadership lived: Matthew Traxler

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My name is Matthew Traxler. I’m a senior and I’m a business administration major with a focus in finance and double minors in accountancy and marketing. I’m involved with Alternative Spring Break as a member. I’m in Phi Kappa Tau fraternity as the recruitment chair. I’m the entertainment chair for Dance Marathon and I’m also […]

Leadership lived: Maura Freeman

Leadership lived: Maura Freeman

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My name is Maura Freeman. I’m a senior double majoring in Communication and English. So the two big things that I’m involved with on campus are I’m the editor-in-chief of The Journal, which is an editorially independent newspaper on campus. That’s been really exciting to do. Before I was the editor-in-chief, I was a columnist […]

Earn an MBA online through the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University

Earn an MBA online through the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University

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Our Online MBA is one of the most flexible program you can think of. We provide the same and a same level of rigor one would expect in a classroom in the online context it’s a 100% online MBA where you can get a full MBA program at your own pace. There is no work […]

A Personal Look at Accessibility in Higher Education

A Personal Look at Accessibility in Higher Education

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The web is an essential aspect of my ability to go to school. There are so many documents that are now available electronically that are posted on websites for my courses that I really probably couldn’t go to school without it. I use the internet for teaching and grading. Also I use it for doing […]

Virtual Learning Course Tutorial Video: Gray

Virtual Learning Course Tutorial Video: Gray

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Dear students welcome to English 217 african-american literature. You are going to go on a fantastic journey of learning about some of the most prolific african-american writers from the 1700s to the present. Your journey is going to be very emotional we will hit the highs and lows of the content of the literature and […]

LinkedIn Learning for Higher Education

LinkedIn Learning for Higher Education

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– The practice of job searching hasn’t changed much. Networking, referrals, demonstrating skills and so forth. But the way we do it has. Today, it can all happen in one place. And that’s LinkedIn. It connects the world’s professionals, and creates economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. And LinkedIn Learning combines our […]

Designing Your Life | Bill Burnett | TEDxStanford

Designing Your Life | Bill Burnett | TEDxStanford

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Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Cristina Bufi-Pöcksteiner Hello, everyone. I’m here to help you design your life. We’re going to use the technique of design thinking. Design thinking is something we’ve been working on at the d.School and in the School of Engineering for over 50 years, and it’s an innovation methodology, works on products, works […]

The Leader in Online Fire Education

The Leader in Online Fire Education

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[MUSIC] Two of the main things that drew me to Columbia Southern when I started researching schools was one, the scheduling, the ability to be able to work around my busy schedule here at the county and the fire department. But two, I really liked the fact that the professors at Columbia Southern were real […]

Higher education at work: ‘Cry closets’ for snowflakes

Higher education at work: ‘Cry closets’ for snowflakes

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♪>>Tucker: COLLEGE STUDENTS TEND TO GET STRESSED OUT BY FINALS IF YOU ATTEND THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, YOU HAVE AN OPTION. IT’S CALLED THE CRY CLOSET. THE CLOSET IS THE CREATION OF A ART STUDENT EXISTS FOR INTO IT FOR 10 MINUTES OF CRYING TO HELP COPE WITH THE TEST. THE CLOSET INTERIOR INCLUDES FUZZY […]

Greece in 2030: On top of education | David Horner | TEDxAcademy

Greece in 2030: On top of education | David Horner | TEDxAcademy

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Translator: Alena Chernykh Reviewer: Chryssa Takahashi So … how could it be that a guy from Boston, Massachusetts, manages to time his arrival in Athens, Greece perfectly to coincide, in 2008, with the beginning of the Greek economic crisis? (Laughter) Actually, my family has a talent in this area. My father immigrated from Belfast, Ireland, […]