Cutting the Cord: A Look at the Trend of Ditching Cable TV for Online Streaming

We’re currently living in a golden age of television and yet more and more people are canceling their cable subscriptions. Why? Because more and more people (usually millennials) are watching TV and movies online. Join us on Tuesday, September 16th at 4PM EST / 1PM PST for a live roundtable discussion on the trend of cord cutting.
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Is Reverse Mentoring a Shift for the 21st Century Workplace or Passing Fad?

In today’s climate of rapidly changing technology and online connectivity, combining years of experience and the know-how to navigate the cutting-edge of social media and digital culture can be a daunting task (near impossible, some might say). Enter “Reverse Mentoring,” the practice in which companies pair older
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A More Creative Student: Why the Arts in Education Matter

Education experts around the world are increasingly highlighting the importance that the arts (whether they be musical, visual, dramatic, etc) play in learning, particularly when it comes to young children. And yet, for some reason, it’s one of the first things to be cut when school budgets get tight. Join us on August 26th at 4PM EST
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Upgrading Your Mental App-titude

Learning More With Smartphone and Tablet Programs Mahatma Gandhi once advised, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” The meaning being something along the lines of “Seize the day!” blended with “Never stop learning.” It’s a sentiment that many throughout
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