Zoning out, losing inspiration, and plain old procrastination can be detrimental during a week of schoolwork. This typically occurs during your undergraduate program where you will likely take a course you do not enjoy. It could be a seemingly useless required program or an elective program that did turn out to be what you expected. Either way, once a student is bored with a course, it is easy to zone out and push off the work.
Today, with easy access to online encyclopedias and similar tools, many books can seem unnecessary.
Footnotes are important, but you should not let them dominate your writing. Here is an easy approach to managing footnotes while writing your papers.
Here is a look at one approach to using Dropbox to manage your schoolwork.
While it may seem more practical to buy an all-in-one tablet device, an e-reader device still has its advantages.
Given the speed of online classes, it can be tempting to take several all at once. While a full-time student may find this load acceptable, anyone with a full-time job will quickly become overwhelmed.
Looking at a syllabus can tell a prospective student just about anything they will need to know about a course in terms of the workload and expectations.
By Leischen Stelter
It feels like every day I read about another public safety consolidation effort. A story that made its way into my inbox today is about Bay City, Mich. city commission getting ready to discuss a plan to consolidate and cross-train police and firefighters.
Every municipality and public agency around the nation has had to deal with slashed budgets and a “do more with less” mentality in the past five years. Some have been hurt more than others. There was a great article today in The Washington Post about Vallejo, California and their impressive recovery from severe financial downfall.
Public safety agencies and its employees in California are breathing a little easier after Governor Jerry Brown announced that he had revised the state budget last week to protect funding for public safety (and education), according to this article.