Another fascinating project using tweets to map hate in the United States.
The Charleston area is not a hotspot, thank goodness.
The main site is:
The Geography of Hate map is:
Does this graphic reflect your life? (Please don’t use your phone in the bathroom!).
Please include attribution to OnlineDegrees.org with this graphic.
Click the image for a great reminder of how to search Google more effectively from HackCollege.com.
Visit this CofC Research Guide for helpful career resources.
Many of you students are already there!
6 Higher Ed Tech Trends To Watch in 2013
Here are six areas that every IT pro in higher education should keep an eye on during the coming year. ( McCrea, Bridget ,
- 01/15/13. Taken f
- rom campustechnology.com).
Too busy with class to travel? Learn about people in each of the states from Theron’s Wild Idea:
Start your semester off right with some great resources available from the College of Charleston Center for Student Learning. Visit http://csl.cofc.edu/study-skills/online-library.php for the Online Study Skills Library.
image from CofC media library.
Many Career Tests Use Holland Code Theory By Emily Sanderson
The Holland Code theory of determining the right career path for you is a theory that is incorporated into many of the best career tests available online. Originally developed by John Holland in 1957, the theory identifies your personality type and your ideal work environments.
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A good summary and helpful tips from Dartmouth College on Academic Writing.
Includes: Writing for College, Constructing an Informed Argument, Choosing an Appropriate Topic, Finding a Rhetorical Stance, Considering Structure, Using Appropriate Tone, and Style Tips for Newcomers.