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When I was younger, I rarely took steps larger than I thought I could manage for fear of failure. This applied academically, personally and professionally. It wasn’t until I reached my 40’s that I began to realize that I really could, indeed, do almost anything I set my mind to. Oftentimes I’ll catch myself thinking “what if”. What if I had taken more risks professionally? What if I had been more active in social clubs while in college?
We all experience moments of feeling utterly unmotivated. For students, especially those juggling family, work and school obligations, staying motivated to complete schoolwork can be one of the toughest challenges when faced with so many demands for your attention. But don’t get discouraged! Here are a few simple ways to keep motivated, even on your toughest days.
Pick your most productive time
Jennifer Morrison, a blogger at Military Career Education, compiled a list of iOS and Andriod apps for students to utilize and optimize their time. We've taken her list and added a couple suggestions of our own. Read below to learn more about some of the great apps that are available!
As online classes play more of a role in earning a college degree or getting a certificate, myths about online learn remain. From personal account to research, we’ve learned that most of these myths just aren’t true.
By: Jennifer M. Morrison
April 22 is Earth Day and many people will be taking some time out of their day to do something great from the environment. Any effort to help our environment is a noble task but it should be something we carry through our daily lives the whole year round. Online learning is actually a great way to “go green”. Don’t believe me? Here are four ways online learning is green friendly.