I love YouTube for tutorials on how to do almost anything (Boolean searching, quadratic equations), but my son just told me about a new tutorial site.
is more do-it-yourself and project focused than educational, but it might be a great place to visit for class projects or your Halloween costumes!
New for Fall. The College of Charleston is offering short courses online to improve your skills for personal, educational or professional purposes. They also provide you with the convenience of being able to learn anywhere, anytime!
To learn more about these 6 week courses, visit http://www.north.cofc.edu/continuing-ed/online-l
Author David Brin predicted Google glass. What else does he say?
While your librarian is vacationing, please access reference help from your home institutions (where you pay your tuition) following the links on the right of the screen. Look for the Ask, or Ask Us! Tab or link.
I will return Monday, July 8.
5 Critical Elements of Any Résumé
By Catherine Conlan, Monster Contributing Writer
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).