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Why You Should Learn Sign Language Online
December 21, 2018
Earlier this fall, Starbucks opened its first 'signing store'. Located in Washington, DC, near the world’s only liberal arts university for the deaf and hard of hearing, the cafe is staffed entirely by employees who are partially or fully deaf and fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Thinking of learning ASL yourself? Read on for a roundup of six reasons to do so.

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Why (and How) International Students Should Attend US High School Online
May 25, 2018
While online studies have serious traction in the higher education market, this mode of study may not automatically come to mind when people think of high school. Online high school degrees exist...and they’re also a smart pathway to reaching your goals -- particularly if your goals include attend...

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4 Skills that Prepare You for Digital Leadership
May 11, 2018
Think of the explorers in the Wild West, who faced a new frontier. They had no idea what to expect, faced unknown obstacles, and had limited supplies. What did they have? They had gumption. They had drive. They had ambition and grit. They pushed forward, making mistakes, asking questions, and doing ...

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From Tron to Ready Player One: The Evolution of the Internet Through Film
April 13, 2018
Ready Player One may have had its fair share of skeptics heading into its release, but plenty of fangeeks -- and critics, too -- quickly came around to its “CGI razzle dazzle.” In fact, VR, AR, and New Media contributor for Forbes went so far as to declare it to be, “an instance sci-fi masterp...

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Four Global Trends in Online Education
February 12, 2018
Online education has taken the world by storm. And with a growth rate projection of more than percent CAGR anticipated to cross $300 billion in the next six to eight years, the market is poised for even more extraordinary growth. But how does e-learning vary from continent to continent? Here’s a c...

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January 15, 2019

No university can offer every class at every time, but smaller colleges and universities face even more challenges when it comes to maximizing their c...


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January 3, 2019

Some prisoners in Kenya and Uganda are studying their way out of prison and helping others in the process. Let's take a closer look.


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December 14, 2018

This past August, over 80 girls from 34 African countries attended the first Coding Camp in Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia, for 10 days. The camp launched the ...