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How Teachers Collaborate Online and in School

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>>There’s distribution and–>>Do you wanna start on that one first?>>Yeah, we’ll start on distribution. There’s a water cycle website. Check out what the interactive water cycle is.>>Computer: Water on the earth is constantly on the move. It recycles over and–>>This is good.>>That’s nice, we could do that to introduce it, right, don’t you think?>>Katie: Teachers […]

MSc Finance: Introduction to International Finance | University of Aberdeen Business School Online

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My experience from actually working with the professionals and – just to give students some information – I was a trustee on our University Pension Committee and I was an Investment Advisor on the University’s investments and I’ve also been the Chair of a charitable trust where we had to manage funds and then distribute […]

Roaster School Online – Ep #11 – Buying Your Green Coffee, Part 2

Roaster School Online – Ep #11 – Buying Your Green Coffee, Part 2

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Hello everybody. Thank you for tuning in to the Mill City Roasters– Roaster School live feed. Welcome, as you can see and as you can hear, I’m all by myself. It’s kind of a sad day today our dear friend Dave Borton has, well hopefully, Dave is watching from his couch and hanging out in […]

Gender Identity: Can a 5’9, White Guy Be a 6’5, Chinese Woman?

Gender Identity: Can a 5’9, White Guy Be a 6’5, Chinese Woman?

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there’s been a lot of talk about identity lately but how far does it go and is it possible to be wrong we went to the University of Washington to find out are you aware of the debate happening in Washington State around the ability to access bathrooms locker rooms spas based on gender identity […]

How to Choose a Degree | Fox Valley Technical College

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– Welcome, my name is Kathy DesRochers and I am a counselor here at the college. I’ve been with the college for about 25 years, so I have quite a bit of experience working with prospective students as well as current students navigating, choosing a career and a program at the college. What I would […]

What Calvin Trillin learned from his college writing course

What Calvin Trillin learned from his college writing course

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HARI SREENIVASAN: Now to another in our Brief But Spectacular series, where we ask people to describe their passions. Tonight, we hear from journalist and novelist Calvin Trillin. His book “Jackson, 1964: And Other Dispatches from Fifty Years of Reporting on Race in America” became available in paperback last month. CALVIN TRILLIN, Author, “Jackson, 1964: […]

DA DEGREE COLLEGE :)

DA DEGREE COLLEGE :)

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Your Brother ! What’s up? So, today is 12th day of Ramadan, And…. I didn’t fast. because… I was not feeling well, I’m sick.. *meme music* Really… Really I was sick. *beep* Do you remember that I made a vlog naming “Admission in Bahria College”? If you haven’t seen that, you can click here and […]

Increase your earning potential with a local college degree

Increase your earning potential with a local college degree

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(upbeat music) – Having USU here in our community is a huge benefit to all of us as locals. We can gain a good education, close, local. We can stay here and give back to the communities that we’ve grown up in, that we love. And do so in a way that still allows us […]

PBS – Great Basin College uses ConexED for Online Student Services

PBS – Great Basin College uses ConexED for Online Student Services

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My work schedule can be pretty demanding at times. To be at a class at a certain time does not work for me. And that is one of the reasons I have not finished a degree up until this point. What’s unique about ConexED is students have the power to initiate face-to-face communication with all […]

Dear Future Generations: Sorry

Dear Future Generations: Sorry

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Dear Future generations. I think I speak for the rest of us when I say Sorry. Sorry, we left you with our mess of a planet. Sorry that we were too caught up in our own doings to do something Sorry, we listened to people who made excuses to do nothing I Hope you forgive […]