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3 Ways a Career Coach Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

Here are three ways career development coaches can help set you on a path to success. Whether you are looking for a career change, working toward your next promotion or seeking a personal sense of accomplishment, partnering with the career development team at your university can help you achieve your goals. Career […]

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work meanderings

Its taken a while to get going on my blog. I wonder do I deserve a virtual choc fish for starting and hopefully writing something meaningful.Source: www.bbc.co.uk A lot has been happening at work. For a start we are lucky enough to have visits from a couple of people involved in […]

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QUIZ: What Should You Major In?

We’ve got the quiz to help you decide what career-focused program is best suited for you. We’ve got the quiz to help you decide what career-focused program is best suited for you. We’ll help you hone in on your search and feel confident in the pathway you’re about to embark […]

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Mix Images and Animation on Your Mobile

A couple of years back I wrote about a really nice web based tool called Xtranormal and since then I’ve heard from so many teachers saying how useful their students have found it, so I was delighted yesterday to find that the same makes had now produced a free mobile / tablet […]

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How to Prepare for the Next Semester

As a student who is in just a matter of days becoming an alum, I’d like to share with you how I prepared for each upcoming semester. Sometimes we get so focused on what we are doing right now that we forget to plan ahead; this is especially true during […]

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FLLinNZer visit 24 March 2006

It was great to have a 3005/2006 Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand visit on 24 March. Cathy Gunn from Auckland university spent an afternoon with several of us from Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin College of Education and the University of Otago. We gathered at HEDC at University of Otago. We […]

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What’s The Difference Between an RN and a BSN?

RN stands for registered nurse, while a BSN is a type of degree that an RN might have. Not all nurses follow the same career path. Some nurses might start out as a medical assistant, or another type of healthcare professional, before advancing their careers. Others come from a different field entirely, eager […]

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5 Steps to Become a Dental Assistant

Dental assistants play an important role in every dental practice, working closely with dental hygienists and dentists to treat patients. Dental assistants play an important role in every dental practice, working closely with dental hygienists and dentists to treat patients. For many, a career in dental assisting serves as a stepping stone […]

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How to Pay Back Your Federal Loans after Graduation

If you’ve recently graduated or finished school, it’s likely that you’ve used some federal student loans to help pay for tuition. If you’ve recently graduated or finished school, it’s likely that you’ve used some federal student loans to help pay for tuition. Now that you’re no longer in school, those loans […]

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thoughts

bahtingsIn the JISC Innovating e-learning online conference Stephen Heppell had a Powerpoint with a list of creative assessments i.e. equivalent to a 1500 word essay – things like creating a video clip, moderating an online discussion etc. I believe this sort of assessment would shake the foundations of our educators. […]

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How to Get Into an Accelerated BSN Program

An accelerated BSN pathway is designed to provide a fast track to a BSN degree for students who already have a bachelor’s degree in another field. Nursing is one of the fastest-growing careers, with employment for registered nurses (RN) expected to grow 12% from 2018 to 2028, according to the Bureau […]

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information literacy modules

bahtingsI would like to point people to an eLearning Collaborative Development funded (ECDF) project where we are developing reusable Information literacy modules – a New Zealand Ministry of Education funded project. The University of Otago is leading the project and the Dunedin College of Education and Otago Polytechnic are also […]

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