There is no denying the fact that the past few centuries have brought a wealth of knowledge to medicine and the medical field. From antibiotics, to new surgeries and vaccines, we’ve seen a huge evolution in healthcare. has created an infographic entitled “The Evolution of Medicine” which details just how far we’ve come. Let’s take…Read More The Evolution of Medicine
Education is different in every state. From local factors to state requirements, every state has different results when it comes to educating our kids. Besteducationdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled, “Education in the USA” detailing just how efficient our education systems are. Where does your state rank? Take a look! Produced By Best Education DegreesRead More Education in the USA
What cut it 10 years ago in business just doesn’t cut it anymore, unless off course your customer is a goldfish. Here are some sobering stats: The average attention span of a human is 8 seconds while the average attention span of a goldfish is 9 seconds. That’s right. Who knew goldfish could concentrate better…Read More This is Your Brain on Visualization
The term freshman refers to a students in their first year of study. Generally, these are the years we tend to “find ourselves”. The infographic by Citizens Bank generically describes what an average college freshman is like. Painting a picture of the average freshman is certainly nothing short of a daunting task. This fall, roughly 2.1 million…Read More The Average College Freshman
With the green movement gaining fans young and old, it’s no surprise that businesses, communities, and schools are beginning to adopt eco-friendly practices. http://www.bestcollegereviews.org/green-campus/ has created an infographic outlining how ten popular colleges are beginning to do business with a focus on keeping things green. Most of these colleges start going green by initiating a…Read More How Green is Your Campus?
With a growing number of students unable to afford college tuition, many of these students are turning to a two-year degree in order to accomplish their educational goals. www.degreequery.com has created an infographic entitled “Bang for Your Educational Buck” detailing which associates degrees are proving to be worthwhile-even earning more than others with bachelor’s degrees.…Read More Associates Degrees
A MOOC, or a massive open online course, is a higher education course available to anyone, anywhere, that wants to take it. While some believe these courses are a step in the right direction, statistics show that we still have a gap to bridge when it comes to ensuring success. Online-phd-programs.org has created an infographic…Read More What are MOOCs?
There’s no two ways about it: College is expensive. From books and supplies to rent and tuition, students are struggling with more debt than ever before. An average college degree costs $88,000, and leaves a student $23,000 in debt. With $1 trillion in outstanding student loans across the nation, it’s no surprise that college enrollment…Read More Saving on College
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM): these four subjects may strike fear in students across the nation. However, these degrees are becoming more valuable each day. In fact, there are over 3 million jobs available in the STEM marketplace, and many of these positions are being outsourced due to a lack of qualified applicants in…Read More Why STEM Matters
Finding a job in today’s economy may seem like a challenge, but if you lack a degree, it may be impossible. More frequently than ever, jobs are requiring a degree. Bestmastersdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “I Need a Degree for that?” which uncovers jobs you never knew would require a degree, and details the salary…Read More I Need a Degree for That?!
It seems like every generation is summed up by an idea, and this generation is no different. The newest generation has been deemed, “Generation C”, or “The Connected Generation”. With the emergence of tablets and touch screens, our children are learning about technology in a completely new way. www.early-childhood-education-degrees.com has created an infographic entitled “The…Read More Wired Child
As the school year starts, many new seniors are beginning to invest their time discovering what they’d like to pursue in college. This can be a difficult, confusing road for many students. www.gradschoolhub.com has created an infographic entitled “Choosing the Right Degree”, outlining different fields of study, along with factors like money, faculty, and quality…Read More Choosing the Right Degree
Public policy is the cornerstone of American democracy and servers a very important purpose in American society. We vote for, see, and hear pubic policy quite often, but do we ever stop to think what is good public policy and what is not? Climate change, energy, and healthcare are some major public policy issues in…Read More Characteristics of Successful Public Policy
Learning disabilities and special needs can be challenging for parents and educators. Thinking outside the box, and coming up with new ways to implement learning is a constant process. Educators are beginning to discover that traditional learning methods, including worksheets and textbooks, leave students lacking. Thanks to technology, students are now learning-and retaining-more information than ever before. http://www.masters-in-special-education.com has…Read More Teaching with Tech
Millions of workers are returning to college or graduate school to further their educations and seek additional training, due in part to recession trends in U.S. economy. The number of adults age 30 and over enrolled in some form of higher education is currently 5.5 million, a 322% increase from 1970. Expert projections predict over…Read More Back to School: Adults and Higher Education
School may be out for the summer, but learning never stops. But what does it mean to learn? Besteducationdegrees.com has created an interesting infographic on the process of studying and learning-down to the chemical reactions that occur in the brain! Your brain is a miracle. Compromised of over 90,000 miles of fibers, this thinker completes thousands of…Read More The Science of Study
Ever since the global economy plunged into dark depths in that fateful year of 2008-09, graduation time for college students has been one of extreme uncertainty. To get that dream job with a fantastic pay package is not the smooth ride it used to be. According to the Economic Policy Institute, college grads face uncertain…Read More College Daze: A Snapshot of the Class of 2013
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To create an online course that engages and informs, you must remember that there are 3 important parts to a course. First comes the Introduction – where you introduce yourself and set the tone for the course. The second is the Instruction – here you present course overview and lay down detailed objectives and tasks to learners. Last but…Read More Best Practices For Making An Online Course
The Olympics is the most watched and most expensive sport event in the world, drawing in billions of users and spectators alike. The Olympic village and venue are always awe-inspiring, massive, and very expensive. Each Olympics city aims to out-do the previous, setting the stakes higher every four years. Most recently, Beijing set the bar…Read More The Engineering of the Olympics