• Tricks for Memorizing Before the Test

    June 26, 2012 General, Online 0 Comments

    Studying for a big test can be intimidating. You might not know what to study or how to remember everything. Different methods work for everyone, so it is important to try a couple different ideas before settling on a proven method. Find what helps you remember the information the best and gives you the highest test scores. Continue...

  • Five Things that Can Slow Down Your Computer

    June 15, 2012 General, Online 0 Comments

    No one likes a slow computer. The worst part is the number of possible causes, so how do you diagnose it? Check out these common causes to narrow down the possibilities. Continue...

  • The Secrets to Starting Your Paper Instead of Procrastinating

    June 11, 2012 General, Online, Career-Services 0 Comments

    Trying to start a paper can be one of the most stressful—if not simply painful—experiences you have in your academic experience, especially if it happens often. If you’re having trouble sitting down in front of the computer and typing, then it’s probably time to trick yourself into writing. Continue...

  • Tips for Marketing Yourself as a Graphic Designer

    June 8, 2012 General 0 Comments

    Whether you’re working as a freelancer or just starting out in the business, there are several important measures you can take to promote yourself as a graphic designer. The market is competitive, so your best chance for success is to stand out from the crowd. Most significantly, you should make it your goal to seize networking opportunities and develop a presence in the design industry. Get creative by trying these marketing tips for graphic designers. Continue...

  • What Makes a Quality Accounting Firm?

    June 5, 2012 General 0 Comments

    If you are enrolled in an accounting degree program, it is probably your goal to eventually work for a quality accounting firm. But, how do you know which accounting firms meet your standards? And more importantly, how do you know they are right for you? Continue...

  • What Is Cybercrime and How Can We Prevent It?

    May 29, 2012 General, Online 0 Comments

    As the Internet continues to challenge our ideas of intellectual property, privacy and censorship, the criminal justice system is attempting to keep pace and maintain order in the wild-west like frontier of cyberspace. As you can imagine, keeping tabs on the seemingly infinite reach of the web is an incredible challenge that criminal justice systems around the world grapple with. Continue...

  • Five Questions to Ask Before Preparing to Become a Paralegal

    May 11, 2012 General 0 Comments

    Many people pursue career opportunities in the paralegal field because they’re looking for a fast-paced work environment that exercises their communication and analytical skills. If the paralegal position seems like something you might be interested in, check out these five questions you should ask yourself before preparing to become a paralegal. Continue...

  • How to Save Money by Targeting Your Latte Factor®

    May 1, 2012 General 0 Comments

    The Latte Factor® is author David Bach’s program that helps you save a lot of money just by reducing small daily or weekly costs. For example, buying coffee, dining out, and buying music are just a few activities that can quickly add up if you do them on a regular basis. Continue...

  • Why Pursue a Degree in Criminal Justice?

    April 27, 2012 General 0 Comments

    Thanks to television and film producers in Hollywood, criminal justice has become one of today’s most glamorized professions. It’s no wonder why. The work is often psychologically and emotionally rigorous. Criminal justice professionals are well acquainted with the underbelly of keeping communities safe and secure. This often requires an element of danger, stress, and high responsibility with dire stakes. Continue...

  • Common C Programming Terminology

    April 26, 2012 General 0 Comments

    Following are many common terms used in C programming today. This list is not to be taken as all-inclusive or a complete glossary, but more as a beginner’s list of the terminology used for C programming. For a more in-depth list of all the terms used in C programming, you’ll want to purchase a C programming dictionary, trade book, or guide book. Continue...

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