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How Educators Can Better Use Social Media to Reach Their Students

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Just as it has revolutionized personal relationships and business, social media has enormous potential to help college educators reach their students. This ability of social media, however, has gone somewhat underused. As colleges and universities move more into the online space, it becomes more important that they adopt social media as a communication tool. Here are four of the top ways educators can improve their communications with students through social media usage.

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Student Aid Tip

for the week of: August 20

NEED A BIT MORE FUNDING?

College classes are starting soon and those tuition bills are due.

Not to mention the money you need for housing, books, class fees, transportation to school, a personal computer and more.

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4 Reasons An Online Education May Be Just The Ticket For You

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If you are seeking to improve your job prospects or simply fulfill a promise to your family to get your degree, an online education may be worth looking into. Online programs are flexible enough to allow you to take classes without the need to quit your job or abandon your children. Let’s take a look at some of the other benefits of going to school online.

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Top 4 Tips to Help Make Going Away to College Easier

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The relocation process is typically very stressful. Add the element of going off to college for the first time and the host of mixed emotions that come along with it. This combination can definitely make the ‘going away to college’ process seem incredibly difficult. However, there are a few things you can do to make the process easier to handle. Consider these four tips and watch how things become a breeze.

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Earning a Handful Salary – Student’s Future Career Growth

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Project manager is the one who creates the detailed project plan. A master project plan helps the employees to understand the segregation of project and its deliverables. Also helps to identify the requirements of man power, and other resources to accomplish the tasks.

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Degree Decisions: How to Choose What to Study and Where

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There’s a lot to worry about when you prepare to go to college, and chief among those concerns are usually what you should study and where you should study it. These can be difficult decisions with potentially far-reaching consequences, but fortunately thorough evaluation of your options and yourself, as well as self-awareness, you will be able to make the right choices.

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3 Tips for Real World Budgeting for College Students

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As you enter your first year of college you are taking on more responsibility than you have ever known. One of the most important of the responsibilities is learning to budget your money and in this vein, differentiate your wants from your needs. Many students entering college for the first time have little experience managing their own money and they can fall into some familiar traps.

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Things Every Student Should Have in His Dorm to Avoid Spending too Much

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Going to college can mean a lot of fun. However, since you’ll be living away from home, you also have to be prepared for the tons of responsibilities that come with the milestone. You’ll have to cook your own food, clean up your own space and do your own budgeting. These things can add up to your already stressful college life.

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achieving success...

Achieving success in college requires 3 key ingredients

  • 1: planning
    use planning for success to develop a plan using heirarchical blocks to achieve anything you would like to be


  • 2: discipline
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  • 3: execution
    to maximize your efforts and energy, you need to execute your plan using time management in order to achieve what needs to be done and more importantly, recognize your accomplishments to build the motivation to continue your plan for success.

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