5 Resources for Continued Education

Education isn't confined to a campus or tuition. No matter what your passion may be, technology is making it easier to access learning materials. Learn, excel and grow with online tools for free from some of the best universities in the world. To get the most from your online experience, make sure your home internet service can support video streaming capabilities so you can truly bring the classroom into your home. With Panoramic Wi-Fi technology, you can download your training materials, stream podcasts, and chat with classmates in seconds. ... [read more]

What Can You Do With an MSHI Degree?

You may have an ongoing interest in healthcare and also have a knack for technology. One way to combine these two attributes is in the discipline of health informatics. This area of study combines data collection and analysis with healthcare and is a growing field. Applicants with a Masters of Science in Health Informatics or MSHI are highly valued in the marketplace. They fill a variety of positions in clinical settings, consulting firms, pharmaceutical companies and more. Healthcare Is Changing The healthcare sector is changing rapidly ... [read more]

How To Encourage Kids To Take Their Education Seriously

Hindsight would be a wonderful thing. I bet many of us can look back on high school and college and wish we would have tied harder or made more effort. But at the time, it just doesn’t seem as important as it should be for some kids. I think a lot can be changed with how parents encourage the approach their kids have to education. So with that in mind, I thought I would share with you a few tips to do that. Encourage studying outside of school and get involved Studying for exams or in general can be overwhelming for most students. So ... [read more]

Grab Box Tops from Your Favorite Meals at Walmart

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine   Are you looking for ways to help the school your kids attend? There are several programs out there for you to take part in, you could also volunteer if you have the time, because face it, most teachers would welcome assistance from time to time or get involved with the Box Tops for Education Program. This is a program created by General Mills back in 1996 and since then, it has contributed over $525 million to ... [read more]

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