Have you ever wanted to take an idea for a real world object and make it real? Has a lack of know-how, materials, tools, space and time reasons stopped you from not pursuing it? Maybe you just have no idea how to even start!
What truly makes an education valuable: the effort the student puts into it. Hunter Rawlings questions the recent trend of viewing education in purely economic terms, thus reducing it to just a commodity.
The following list is intended as a guide for users who may want to use some of the following online applications for their educational or professional work. Each of the web tools have links to their respective websites that have resources and tutorials on how to use them.
A team of educational experts with Accredited Schools Online have created a guidebook that thoroughly examines the rise of online learning, the different types that exist, and the many free resources that are out there for those interested in learning on the Internet.
Whether fairly or not, educators are held to a high standard in regards to their spelling and grammar. This is true even when using less formal communication tools such as email or text. We have all had moments where, much to our embarrassment, we have sent a message containing notable errors. While our dream to have personal editors at our beckoning is unrealistic, so is spending valuable time examining our personal and professional communications for spelling and grammar errors.