Tag: online

College and Other Transitions: Does Social Media Help or Hurt?

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Coproducer, Screenagers

Social media has been changing the transition from high school to college for years. How can it help or hurt your child as they head off to campus? Read on to find out. read more

6 Tips for Excelling in Your Online Grad School Classes

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

Taking a class in part or entirely online isn't necessarily like the in-person course work you're accustomed to, just unfolding on your computer screen. There are several best practices to be aware of, so you can get the most out of your experience. read more

Land Your Dream Career Using Social Media

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Authors, "Land Your Dream Career in College: The Complete Guide for Success"

It's time to get your first "real-world" job. So exciting. So terrifying. But don't worry. You've had a secret weapon in your corner all along . . . read more

Undergrad vs. Grad: What to Expect

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Marketing Director, MBA Programs, University of Georgia

Without a doubt, graduate school will be an entirely different experience from your undergraduate life. So, what should you expect? read more

4 Questions You Need to Answer Before Earning a Master's Degree Online

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Academic Advisor, Southern New Hampshire University

Think you'd like to give an online graduate program a try, huh? That's great! But before you start filling out online inquiry forms or contacting admission counselors at potential school, you need to ask yourself the following four questions. read more

Preparing for Your Online Graduate School Classes

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Freelance Writer, GradSchools.com; Content Manager, GradSchools.com

Starting an online grad school program can feel overwhelming at the onset, particularly if you are unsure of what to expect. The best way to enhance your chance for success is to prepare as much as possible ahead of time. read more

4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer Break

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Varsity Tutors Contributing Writer

Summer break is coming up fast. Sure, you could become mayor of your local pool on Foursquare or dedicate your time to answering the Call of Duty, but instead, here are four free things to do over summer break that are not only fun, but will make you and your community a better place. read more

10 Smart Social Media Tips for Students

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Motivational Humorist, Trainer, Author, and Entrepreneur

Before you use that smartphone in your pocket to share something with 10 or 10,000 people, one expert has a few tips for you think about when posting videos and photos. read more