25th May
2015
In order to learn at home in a distance learning program we first must learn to avoid the distractions. They are the things that will keep us focused and motivated on learning and studying and if we don’t find a way to avoid or eliminate them we can find ourselves not accomplishing what we set out to do. The first step to reducing distractions to our distance learning program is to identify them. They may include everything from our family and friends, although we certainly don’t want ...
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Education
24th May
2015
If you use your laptop regularly whilst it’s not connected to a power supply such as on public transport or in libraries or cafes, then keeping your machine charged up is vital to make sure you stay productive. There are a number of things that you can do to keep yours charged up for longer on the move so just follow the top tips below.
  • If you’ve just bought a new computer then you must allow the battery to charge for at least 16 hours as it helps to initialise the battery. The battery in
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Computers
21st May
2015
The Internet is a wonderful resource for schools and colleges, but it brings new problems to worry about. Stories about viruses, hackers and porn websites have become increasingly frequent in newspapers and on TV. For those in the education world, it can be difficult to separate the hype from the true risks, and to make decisions about how to tackle this problem. The reality is somewhere between the extremes of the doom-mongers and those who don't see a problem: yes, Internet security threats ...
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Education
20th May
2015
80% of Your Web Site is Maintenance Judy Cullins ©2003 All Rights Reserved. Once your Web site is up, you must maintain it. Maintenance means changes, and each time you make a change, you may make a mistake. If your visitors get a link that doesn't work or incomplete instructions, or if your copy is lackluster instead of passionate, they will leave your site and not bookmark it. Before you invite Web potential customers to see your masterpiece you need to check and correct all parts of ...
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Internet
17th May
2015
Despite all the developments in the realm of science and technology that we have achieved over the years, certain basic facts remain the same.  We are social beings and this nature of ours cannot be changed at any cost. We cannot exist in a societal vacuum and need to be a part of a group or institution to remain sane and functional. Like in the real world, this fact is true in •cyberspace” as well. The increasing popularity of social networking groups can be taken as a case in ...
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Internet
14th May
2015
Well mums and dads it looks like the days of the abacus is now a thing of the past. Remember how we would sit for hours teaching the children how to count with rows of coloured balls and how we would scroll down every sentence of the famous Janet and John book when teaching the kiddies to read. Just teaching the toddlers how to hold a pencil was an ordeal. We all want what is best for our children, but trying to self educate them can be very time consuming for the busy working mum or dad There ...
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Education
13th May
2015
Let's talk Market Share... You have reached this page possibly due to the fact that your business is not yet on the Web. Or you haven't found the right answers to the questions you have. I actually have a lot I could say on this topic, but then I should - I make it my business. First of all, you should know that this is the best place to begin. We can accomplish extreme results when we start from the concept. It is much easier (now) than taking something someone else did (website), built ...
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Internet
12th May
2015
"In this digital age, the custodians of published works are at the center of a global copyright controversy that casts them as villains simply for doing their job: letting people borrow books for free." (ZDNet quoted by "Publisher's Lunch on July 13, 2001) It is amazing that the traditional archivists of human knowledge - the libraries - failed so spectacularly to ride the tiger of the Internet, that epitome and apex of knowledge creation and distribution. At first, libraries, the inertial ...
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Internet
9th May
2015
Legion of the developers which have lectured to us, have said the iPad's immense screen makes more a superficial variation between iPhone and iPad apps. The bigger video display can create apps extra worthful since developers can genuinely give a whole band a good deal more data to us in their apps. This brings forth still another playground for fiscal apps. I do care to course of study my stocks and investitures. Still, I don't wish starting from land site to site to verify my investings and ...
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Computers
8th May
2015
Whether children attend public or private schools, they benefit when parents become involved in their education. According to the National Institute for Literacy, when parents or other family members frequently read to children entering kindergarten, those children were at a distinct advantage over children whose families read to them less often. The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study found that "Children who were read to at least three times a week by a family member were almost twice as ...
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