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How To Read a Book a Week | Jim Kwik

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How do you read one book a week? Leaders are readers. The challenge is, the average person reads about two books a year, but the average CEO reads about four to six books a month. So, how do you get to this point where you’re getting to one book a week? One of the reasons […]

Succeed with the Bachelor of Arts at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

Succeed with the Bachelor of Arts at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

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Preparation is key to every successful journey, Navigating to your destination can be tricky, so it’s important to have a good guide, and some companions, that can share the joy of exploration and discovery along the way. And mission accomplished. Knowledge to take you anywhere. Start your journey with a Bachelor of Arts at MIC.

Upward mobility requires education. Here’s how America falls short.

Upward mobility requires education. Here’s how America falls short.

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The only way I know how to end cycles of poverty is by giving children, who happened to be born in poverty, which is never their fault, a chance to get a great education. If we want to have upper mobility, if we want to have a growing middle-class the only way I know how […]

Master of Arts in Psychology // Ashford University

Master of Arts in Psychology // Ashford University

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CESSILY: Hi I’m Cessily and I’m joined by Dr. Jeral Kirwan, the Program Chair for the Master of Arts in Psychology in the College of Health Human Services and Science at Ashford University. Also joining us is Reyna Sund, Director of Career and Alumni Services at Ashford University. Dr. Kirwan, if I had a Bachelor’s […]

The Science Behind Reading Speed – College Info Geek

The Science Behind Reading Speed – College Info Geek

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Just finished reading my sixth book this week! Man, I just love reading books, ’cause they’re so like, packed full of knowledge, you know? Luckily for me, I know secret speed reading techniques passed down from a 22nd degree black belt kung fu master who reached enlightenment by eating an entire library. And if you […]

Why do People Like College?

Why do People Like College?

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– Did you go to college? – I did, a lot. Here’s the thing about college is I wish that you didn’t have to start at 18, because who knows anything at 18? – So do you think college was worth it? So can you tell me, is going to college worth it? Good question. […]

Meet the Doctoral Researcher – Linguistics

Meet the Doctoral Researcher – Linguistics

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Hi I’m Marc. I’m reading for a Ph.D with the Institute of Linguistics. My field is in Artificial Intelligence, specifically in Automatic Image Description Generation. What I am working on is trying to make computers automatically give visual descriptions of images. Image descriptions are useful for blind people. So the computer can read out what […]

Paul Krivonos – CSUN Distance Learning Master’s Degree in KM

Paul Krivonos – CSUN Distance Learning Master’s Degree in KM

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As you already know, I am Paul Krivonos, your instructor for KM 633, Communication in the Knowledge Environment. I recently taught the live version of the class in the first ever KM cohort at CSUN and also taught KM 690, the Capstone course also in the live cohort. I received my Ph.D. from Purdue University […]

Meet the Doctoral Researcher – ICT

Meet the Doctoral Researcher – ICT

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Hi I’m Russell. I’m a Ph.D. student with the Department of Micro and Nanoelectronics at the University of Malta. The main aim of my research is to develop novel designs for scanning micromirrors. These micromirrors intend to deflect light at a very high frequency in order to project images or video using your smartphone. Through […]

Tracey Wik – CSUN Distance Learning Master’s Degree in KM

Tracey Wik – CSUN Distance Learning Master’s Degree in KM

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My name is Tracey Wik. I am the instructor for KM 630, Information Needs for Knowledge Managers. This is the second time that I’ll be teaching this course. And, I want to let you know that I am excited to meet all of you virtually. We will be reading some of the seminal literature on […]