Day: May 17, 2020

initial planning FLLinNZ third round

Our planning session for the Flexible Learning leaders in New Zealand planning meeting all the 1st and 2nd round FLLinNZers gathered at Wiapuna Hotel at Mt Wellington, Auckland. We started with a warmup and a discussion of what we are expecting from the third round of funding and any issues. […]

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5 Reasons You Should Earn Your MBA

93 percent of MBA alumni reported that they would still pursue a graduate degree again, given what they know now and the value they’ve seen. In today’s competitive business environment, your bachelor’s degree might not be enough to set you apart from the competition for high-level management roles. Although a bachelor’s degree used […]

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Why Bedside Care is So Important

A nurse should provide information that answers all parties’ questions. We do this by making ourselves available and encouraging questions. Imagine one of your family members is in the hospital or sick. This family member is likely concerned, scared and uncertain about his/her health. Your family also has questions, but no […]

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Student Story: IT Degree Leads to Career Reboot

Herzing alumni\’s IT degree put him in the running for some of the most in-demand jobs today and helped him launch a successful career. As a systems engineer for one of the world’s leading health IT companies, Ronald Crayton supports and manages information solutions and software for healthcare clients around […]

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6 Tips to Help You Find Your Nursing Specialty

Choosing your specialty involves a lot of trial and error and some time and patience. Eight years ago, if you had asked me which nursing specialty I was interested in, I would have been clueless. Today, I have a clear idea of which specialty I like best. Choosing your specialty involves a […]

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5 Tips from Our Graduates

From navigating a career change to surviving online classes, here are their tried-and-true tips for success. By earning your degree, you’re making an important investment in your future. We asked five of our recent graduates for their advice on how new and returning students can make the most of that […]

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Grammar Lesson: Comma Splices

As an English teacher, comma splices are the most common writing error that I see. Here\’s how you can recognize and avoid them in your writing. Have you ever received feedback that your writing contains a comma splice? You might be wondering what a comma splice is and why it […]

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7 Easy Ways to Perfect Your Resume

These seemingly small details in your resume can make a big difference in helping you get noticed for the roles you want. Whether you’re a recent grad new to the job search or an experienced professional looking for new opportunities, these seemingly small details in your resume can make a big difference […]

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Creating social phrasebooks with Phraseum

I spend a lot of time looking at different web-based tools and apps and thinking about if and how they can be used for learning. Sometimes it takes some thought and at other times it’s really obvious. With Phraseum it was instantly obvious that this was a really great tool for learning. […]

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