Virtual Lab Course Request Form

UNC students, faculty, and staff — did you know you have access to free software that’s available 24/7? Check out the Virtual Lab to find […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Do I Promote Civil and Thoughtful Engagement in the Classroom? [VIDEO]

Acquire 15 proven, practical, and action-oriented tips for engaging students and establishing exciting, positive learning environments. This month's featured video from the 20-Minute Mentor Commons, […]

"Using technology in your classroom does not make you innovative; what your students do, create, and..."

“Using technology in your classroom does not make you innovative; what your students do,...

Rise of the Adjuncts: Are Part-Time Teachers Hijacking Higher Ed?

When people talk about college adjuncts, there are generally two places that discussion can go: Adjuncts have become the most crucial yet under-supported factor of […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Do I Use Controversial Issues to Build Cognitive Skills In My Students? [VIDEO]

Learn how to use difficult discussions to improve students’ ability to reason—and help them function as respectful members of a civil society." This month's featured […]

Summer Reading: Learn and Prep for the New School Year

Indianapolis Public Library’s 2017 Summer Reading Program, Read it and Eat, is one fun way to learn, win prizes like Colts tickets, practical gifts like […]

How To Ensure Students Take Your Feedback Seriously

“Stop ranting!” That’s what students are thinking, whenever a teacher begins giving feedback. Research, too, suggests that most children label feedback as demoralizing, irrelevant and unhelpful. […]

High School Diploma or Equivalency Test

Which Matters Most to Employers? “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” –Malcolm X Graduating […]

Giving feedback

For the supervisor, feedback is perhaps the most difficult aspect of the whole supervision process. The intention of feedback is to enable the recipient to […]

Part-Time Jobs for Students. How to Balance School Life and Work

Student life is definitely a hard time, and it is twice harder when you are trying to harmonize studying and working. No doubt, nobody cares […]

10 Tips for College Students on How to Find a Job

Naturally, higher education is very important for finding a good job but not every graduate still can do that even when they have their diploma. […]

Cisco Nexus Training Online Course

You probably have heard the word “Datacenter” in your career. It is a place where most critical servers and network devices are hosted. You also […]

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