Sometimes it’s a good idea to number your slides in PowerPoint, especially if you have a long presentation. Here’s how. If you use Microsoft products like Word and Excel, chances are you also use PowerPoint for presentations. Depending on the purpose, these presentations can be short or long. While one-pageRead More →

New Jersey (USA) Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) market research report provides all the insights related to the industry. He gives insights to the markets by providing authentic data to his client which helps in making essential decisions. It provides an overview of the market, which includes its definition, applicationsRead More →

New Jersey, United States, September 12, 2022 /Digital newspaper/ Dog training has to do with obedience, which is one of the foundations of every dog. They are living beings and they have their own nature. Therefore, it is enough not only to train them, but also to understand their characteristicsRead More →

YouTube allows creators to offer online courses. The Google-owned video-sharing platform allows users to do free or paid tutorials with their three new features; YouTube player for education, lessons and quizzes. In a statement, YouTube said: “To improve the YouTube experience in education environments, we are launching YouTube Player forRead More →

eAr Academy is a new local music school dedicated to enriching the lives of learners through music education. The institute offers unique courses, which focus on seven instruments and different areas of music such as theory, sight reading and ear training. Classes include Weight Loss Sessions, which are personalized practiceRead More →

Love is a strange thing. For example, I love my three young children. On the other hand, I also love when they go back to school every fall. Me too, in my mid-forties, I still like to learn. So around this time every year, when all the kids are headingRead More →

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor announced $70.8 million in grants to 166 Indian and Native American entities to help provide employment and training services to low-income Native American adults and youth and the unemployment—including American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiian adults and youth—and create pathways to middle-classRead More →

A longstanding paradox of higher education is that community colleges open doors to educational opportunities, especially for underrepresented, low-income, or underprepared students, but most students entering in these establishments do not obtain diplomas. Previous studies have produced sometimes conflicting results about whether online courses help community college students progress toRead More →