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.
Archive for the ‘News & Happenings’
Interesting opinions from around the world.
Vice President Joe Biden is expected to move by motorcade from the Charleston International Airport/Charleston Air Force Base to the McAlister Funeral Home on Savannah Highway to attend visitation services for Senator Fritz Holling’s wife Peatsy, who passed away Sunday. Visitation is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m.
Traffic is expected to be delayed while the motorcade moves from the airport to West Ashley during the afternoon rush hour window. Biden is not expected to stay long.
Google’s Verbatim search tool was introduced last November, but somehow, I missed it. The best explanation I have found is on The Huffington Post.
Simply put, it allows you to search the EXACT word you want to search, by-passing Google’s algorithmic guesses about what you really might have meant to search (“did you mean…?”). If you’ve ever been looking for an “oddly” spelled word, you know how frustrating it can be to get past Google’s substitutions.
After conducting a search, look for the tool on the left of the screen, under “show search tools.” Keep scrolling on the left and you will see verbatim.
All College of Charleston systems will experience an interruption in service during the weekend of July 20 – 22 for system upgrades!
This affects access to OAKS, email, and the Internet while you are on campus.
Read about the necessary pairing of Art + Science in a collaborative effort called Stem to Steam.
from Wired Magazine…
A cover letter gives you, the applicant, an opportunity to write as you would speak professionally, and take slight creative license in expressing your validity as the newest employee of the company of your dreams.
Do you use one? Which do you prefer? Please vote!
Follow this link for a comparison of all three.
Want to project images on a wall from your iPhone? Absolutely, YES!
This small device allows you to do it. Right now, it’s a separate device, but it would be great if it becomes an iPhone feature in the near near future. Does anyone know if there’a an app for that?
(Thanks Clayton Nagy for finding this article).