Month: May 2020

pro-active measures taken by India towards COVID-19

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare participated in the 73rd World Health Assembly (WHA) through Video Conference, here today. India’s response on address of Director General, World Health Organization (WHO), delivered by Dr. Harsh Vardhan is as follows: “Her Excellency Ms. Keva Bain, President of the […]

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Mega Boost to Cottage & Village Industries Sector

India has taken the first big step towards becoming Aatmanirbhar (self-reliant). Immediately after Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s call for encouraging local products, Home Minister Shri Amit Shah has made it mandatory for all canteens and stores of paramilitary forces to sell only “Swadeshi” products procured from Khadi and Village Industries Commission […]

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More about my family

When I composed yesterday’s post, I got so excited sharing the history of my family that I forgot part of what I wanted to say. Here it is: This month I have been posting historic family pictures on FaceBook each day. Sometimes it’s a single picture, sometimes it’s two or […]

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Why Nurses Should Get Their MSN

I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2017 and it wasn’t long before I started thinking about advancing my education with an MSN. I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2017 and it wasn’t long before I started thinking about advancing my education with an MSN. I have […]

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FLLinNZ meeting

Our planning session for the Flexible Learning leaders in New Zealand planning meeting all the 1st and 2nd round FLLinNZers gathered at Wiapuna Hotel at Mt Wellington, Auckland. We started with a warmup and a discussion of what we are expecting from the third round of funding and any issues. […]

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How to Study Like a Straight-A Student

Establishing a study plan that works for you is most important, as everyone finds success in different ways. Here are some study tips! Achieving straight A’s can be difficult, especially if you are just beginning your college journey. It takes time and practice to develop effective study habits, but once you […]

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Photographs and genealogy

Years ago, when I first saw this picture in the family collection, it puzzled me. I knew that the little girl to the left was my grandmother, and I suspected the other two children on the floor were her brother and sister. I assumed that the man to the left […]

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initial planning FLLinNZ third round

Our planning session for the Flexible Learning leaders in New Zealand planning meeting all the 1st and 2nd round FLLinNZers gathered at Wiapuna Hotel at Mt Wellington, Auckland. We started with a warmup and a discussion of what we are expecting from the third round of funding and any issues. […]

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What Does a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Do?

An FNP’s scope of practice may vary depending on the state and place of employment, but day-to-day duties can include performing exams, prescribing medication If you’re looking to advance in the healthcare field and play a greater role in patient care, consider becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). Similar to nurse […]

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Issues in urban planning

A checklist of some of the issues that must be considered in urban planning, when developing or implementing a policy or design: Urban sprawl & inefficient use of land causes housing […]

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Visiting the Dentist is Important. Here’s Why

It’s easy to put off a dentist appointment, especially when you don’t have teeth pain or have an urgent need. But here’s why you need to visit the dentist. I chose to pursue a career in dental hygiene because I realized that I could truly make a difference and help people lead […]

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Digital information literacy

I have to prepare an outline for an online module on digital information literacy for the eCDF OIL project. Digital information literacy is also called fluency, and I like the definition I found on the 21st Century information fluency project website.This site also has micromodules – small tutorials about information literacy. […]

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5 Tips for Working on Group Projects

A group project is an ideal opportunity to sharpen your problem-solving and team-building techniques. A group project is an ideal opportunity to sharpen your problem-solving and team-building techniques, which are important skills you’ll need throughout your career. In a survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 82 percent of employers said that the ability […]

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Analysis and Evaluation next phase for OIL

The next phase for the Analysis and Evaluation Group for OIL (online information literacy) eCDF project was brainstormed today. We did this after we finished the second presentation to research forums at both the polytechnic and the university (21 August and 24 August) to inform people about the evaluation processes […]

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How to Ask for Professional References

The best way to ask for a reference is to be gracious, understanding of their time and straight to the point. Here are three tips. Employers have tough decisions to make when hiring for their open positions. There might be several candidates who are well-qualified on paper, and it can […]

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5 Tips for Improving Your Typing Speed & Accuracy

Knowing the placement of your computer keyboard is fastly becoming a standard skill. Here are five tips to keep you up to speed on your keyboard skills. Most, if not all, careers involve some computer-based work and require strong typing skills. Information technology professionals, for example, must be efficient typists […]

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4 Canvas Features You Should Check Out

Canvas is Herzing University’s new learning system, designed to make students’ lives easier. Check out these four noteworthy features! Are you taking advantage of all that Canvas has to offer? Canvas is Herzing University’s new learning system, designed to make students’ lives easier. It’s ranked as one of the top […]

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