Education and Online Learning

4 Ways to Save Money on Textbooks

If you’re returning to college or taking your first set of classes, you may get sticker shock when it comes time to purchase your textbooks. According to College Board, students attending a four-year university spend an average of $1,298 on

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Does School Ranking Equal Quality?

One would assume that universities with the highest rankings are the best, right? Not necessarily, says Alexander McCormick, director of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). He argues there’s no guarantee that going to one of the top-ranked universities means that you will get a

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5 Ways to Master Time Management

Over the years, I have been a student in different circumstances — full or part-time, online or on-campus, undergraduate and graduate. Along the way, professors, advisors, and mentors have always shared a common piece of advice with me as a

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How to Win at Life as a Student-Parent

I have a history of being an adult who attends college (online) while being a parent, but, as might or might not surprise you, that isn’t a bad thing. It also is not, as you also might know, altogether unusual. In

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