Category: Education

How University Changes A Teenager’s Life – Infographic

How University Changes A Teenager’s Life – Infographic

Going to University is never easy and these stats reflect that. About 89% of Freshers’ have never paid a bill in their lives and 22% have no experience of food shopping, university ought to be a steep learning curve for most students – and that’s before they’ve even had their...

How To Research – Infographic

How To Research – Infographic

Is it a national and social problem that people don’t know how to research? Social networks have allowed the majority of us to believe information is readily available. Take a look at Yahoo! Answers; these questions are easily searchable via Google, Bing, or any search engine. Type a question in...

Businessweek Ranks Schools on Girls’ Hotness

Businessweek Ranks Schools on Girls’ Hotness

Business Weeks obviously went into the business of a dating magazine. Only for male students, though. The business paper is now ranking schools on female students’ hottness. Everybody embarrasses him or herself as good as possible. Good job in that department, Business Week. By the way, I am looking for...

Is Texting Mangling The English Language? – Infographic

Is Texting Mangling The English Language? – Infographic

Do your OMGs and LOLs have you sometimes srsly forgetting how to write in proper English? If so, you may not be alone. Texting is on the rise, and changing the ways people interact with language. For some high schoolers today, abbreviations like those above have likely been a part...

Which Are the Most Social Colleges? – Infographic

Which Are the Most Social Colleges? – Infographic

Which Are the Most Social Colleges? [INFOGRAPHIC]. Social Media has become pervasive. You use it, we use it, even celebrities and sports stars use it. Companies have begun using it long time ago as well and, naturally, colleges and universities have followed suit. After all, most of their current or...

Gaming In The Classroom, Game Based Learning Improves Student Engagement – Infographic

Gaming In The Classroom, Game Based Learning Improves Student Engagement – Infographic

Gaming gets a bad rap a lot of the time. It rots kids’ brains, turns them into vegetables; it makes kids’ socially isolated and neglect their studies — those are the most common charges, and are certainly based in reality. Used responsibly, however, gaming can become a force that actually...

E-Reading On The Rise, Books Keep Losing Ground – Infographic

E-Reading On The Rise, Books Keep Losing Ground – Infographic

The tactile pleasure of worn pages between your fingers is hard to replace. But when it comes to encouraging people to embrace the written word, e-readers trump their physical counterparts. According to the infographic below, people who own e-book devices say they read more than people who don’t, at a...

Technology’s Impact On Education – Infographic

Technology’s Impact On Education – Infographic

From online learning to interactive whiteboards to social media, technology continues to reshape the college experience. Online social communities allow students from across the word to collaborate on projects. Learn about the technologies and innovations fostering the education of the “digital generation” and discover if an online degree program from...

English Is The Language Of International Business And Education – Infographic

English Is The Language Of International Business And Education – Infographic

English language has become a global means of communication, it is not only the most widely written (counting scientific articles, periodical and the impressing fact that it is a common language of the Internet), it’s also spoken throughout different international conversations, no matter whether they are official or business meetings,...

Year’s Worth of Textbooks Cost as Much as a MacBook Air – Infographic

Year’s Worth of Textbooks Cost as Much as a MacBook Air – Infographic

Even in our struggling economy, it’s a good time to be out of school. Textbook prices are insane, according to a new infographic, which reveals that college kids spend $900 per year on books, and with that exact amount of money they could purchase a MacBook Air. I don’t know...

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