Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Technology That Could Help More Community College Students Graduate

“Only 20 percent of first-time students enrolled full time at public two-year colleges get an associate’s degree in three years. Could web-based student advising help? Community colleges are good at helping students who have a clear sense of direction. But … Continue reading

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Improve Your PowerPoint Design with One Simple Rule

By John Orlando, PhD We’ve all heard the expressions “Death by PowerPoint” and “PowerPoint-induced coma.” I think we’d all agree that most of PowerPoints stink. Yet after sitting through presentation after presentation that bore us to tears, we turn around … Continue reading

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