Teenage girl working on homework on her bed

Not only do we love this infographic and the information in it, we love Hackcollege‘s tagline of ‘Work Smarter, Not Harder’. If you have a project, essay, paper, etc. due soon (or will in the future), take a look at their handy information on “getting more out of Google”. The Internet is full of useful […]

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Student studying in the libary

With final exams right around the corner, now is the perfect time for students to think about how effective their studying habits really are. Let’s face it: ‘studying’ often means lounging on a couch or bed with earbuds in, Facebook and Twitter running, and a cell phone within reach. Is it that students aren’t aware […]

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children learning at school on computers

There’s been a lot of talk about how technology in the classroom can enrich the learning experience, giving students multi-sensory, hands-on learning time. New tools such as iPads and even tools with fewer bells and whistles (such as cellphones) are becoming part of many schools’ classroom teaching and learning experience. The argument is that it […]

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Studies show that too much online time can actually change brain structures. The study looked at college students who spent about 10 hours a day online in comparison to those who spent less than two hours a day.  The study showed that heavy Internet users actually had different brain structures in the “thinking” part of […]

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