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21 articles tagged with "technology"

A Student’s Quick Guide to Master Digital Decluttering

Digital clutter may not seem like a big deal, but too much on your laptop or phone can hinder productivity. Learn how to clean up your digital space now.

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Managing Editor, Classrooms.com

How to Combat and Prevent Bullying in Your School Community

It's important for students to feel empowered to help themselves and others when confronted with bullying. Here's what you need to know about speaking up.

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Senior Assistant Editor, CollegeXpress

How to Use Technology to Make Your College Campus Visits Even Better

Colleges offer a variety of ways to enhance your in-person campus visits with technology. Check out all the ways you can make your tours even better here!

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Florida Southern College

Should I Use ChatGPT to Help Me During the College Admission Process?

The AI bot ChatGPT is the latest craze taking the technology world by storm. Before you use it for college applications, our experts have some advice!

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A New Learning Ethos: What Does the Future of AI Look Like for Education?

AI is quickly taking its place in all facets of the world—including education. So what does this mean for students and their teachers? Let's discuss.

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Authors, The Creative Thinking Handbook

4 Steps to Help You Disconnect From Social Media as a Student

Feeling a little too attached to your phone and social media? Follow these steps to take a break and free yourself from the pull of constant notifications.

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Interested in Tech? What You Need to Know About Institutes of Technology

Institutes of technology are highly specialized schools with a lot to offer all students. Here's why a tech institute could be the right choice for you.

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Freelance Writer

Over 20 Apps to Help You Get Through Tough Finals This Semester

Finals week is always a stressful time! Here are desktop and phone apps for every step of the study and prep process that will make exam season easier.

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Education Writer

What to Do About a Lost or Damaged Laptop

Your laptop is your life in college; it has all your notes, papers, projects, photos...everything! You don't want anything to happen to it, so here's how to protect your device.

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Content Marketer, ValuePenguin

Online Degree Programs: The Pros and Cons

The benefits of online college programs have proven successful in our technology-based world, but they don't guarantee success for every student. Check out these potential pros and cons of earning your degree online.

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of Central Florida

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