Canstruction Students from Lake and Porter Counties Will Help Feed the Hungry
(Orig. Published in The Times of NWI June 26, 2015 3:00 pm • Rob Earnshaw) VALPARAISO | A contest that inspires students in the learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and helps feed the hungry, kicked off Friday at Ivy Tech Canstruction Northwest Indiana is powered by Lake Area United Way and United Way of Porter County in collaboration with U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky. About…
Sherwood Christian Academy students learning how to create web apps
Vicki Davis said she was called last year to handle Sherwood Christian Academy’s new information technology programs that were just beginning to focus on internet apps, alternate and augmented reality.
5 Apps To Help Students Organize What They Learn
Is There an App for That? How Can Technology Help My Student?
Staff from the Utah Center for Assistive Technology will present on current apps and software programs that you can use with your child over the summer to help keep their academic and functional skills sharp.
Note Taking Apps: Top 5 Best Apps for College Students
These are the top 5 best note taking apps every college student needs to have so they can do well in class.
What Type of College Student Are You?
Understanding your personality will help you better understand yourself and how you operate in the college classroom! Use our infographic to learn more!
20 Apps and Tips to Help Students Study Better
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
Sorting Out Priorities: A Guide for College Students
These tips can help you sort through the demands on your time and identify priorities.
How George Ewing helped feed the world
George Ewing, 84, has died, but a lot of people in poor countries are eating because he lived.
Five iPad Apps That Help Students Learn Programming Basics
Even if your students are never going to become professional app developers, learning the fundamentals of programming can be helpful in understanding how software works. Learning programming basics…
Mental Health Resource Guide for College Students
Mental health challenges are common among young adults and students of all ages, however, there are resources available for those seeking help.
A Better Way to Feed Those in Need
The Durham Magazine team after our morning volunteer shift: Dan Shannon, Briana Brough, Kem Johnson, Kevin Brown, Jessica Stringer, Melissa Crane, Sarah Arneson, Amy Bell, Jenny Hunt, Christy Wright, Rory Kelly Gillis, Ellen Farber, Andrea Griffith Cash and Amanda MacLaren. My colleagues at Durham Magazine recently joined me at the Durham branch of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina for a morning of…
What Are Some of the Assistive Technology Products That Can Help College Students?
Now that you’ve made all the necessary arrangements for a successful transition to college, it’s time to look at some of the tools that can help you as a blind or visually impaired student. I spoke…
What every new college student should know
JeanettePavini Many of us will soon be or already have sent our children off to college. And just as we had concerns when we dropped them off that first day of kindergarten, having them leave home to be on their own has a whole new set of worries. It’s just this time the worries are much more critical. For parents these concerns fall into three main categories: financial, health and most importantly, safety. Here’s how you can parent from afar and help ward…
Feed the children to help them learn
In one of the wealthiest states in the country, the fact that 37 percent of the students have low enough income to qualify for the aid is shocking. A breakfast program, also federally funded as are school lunches, is a proven way to start the day right -- yet not every district participates. In Newtown, most recent available numbers show breakfast is available only at the middle and high schools. [...] more families can benefit from better pay and opportunities in the lifting…
Cancer Doctor and College Students Collaborate to Create Illustrated Radiation Patient Guide
Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | For newly diagnosed cancer patients, fears about cancer treatment can be just as intense as fears about the cancer itself. Take radiation therapy, for example. Patients often worry: Will treatment hurt? Will there be uncomfortable side effects? Will they be "radioactive" after treatment and pose a safety risk to loved ones? Daniel Golden, M.D., a radiation oncologist at…
How to Create Apps With Google Slides (FREE TEMPLATE)
You may have heard me refer to Google Slides as the Swiss Army Knife of G Suite, and it seems there is always a new way to use it in the classroom and go BEYOND using tools as digital substitutes, and more. In this guest post by Micah Shippee, you can learn How to Create Your Own "Apps" with Google Slides!
Top 5 Apps For Students
It's official – summer is over, and it's time to go back to school. Check our top five apps to help you stay organized this semester.
3 Simple Ways to Help Feed Lake County. Will You Help?
Organize a food and/or fundraising drive at your organization anytime within the period of March 1, 2019 - April 30, 2019. Donate the food items and money collected to us.We will distribute all food collected in May to over 50 local food pantries, and we will use all money donated to help restock the food pantries later in the year. To sign up to participate in a food and/or fundraising drive, contact Jodi Matsko at 440.639.1236 or via email at [email protected] Make…
Creating An App Folder
Anthony Farag with Resource Training & Solutions talks you through creating and deleting an App Folder on your iPad. Organizing all of the apps on your iPad ...