Course Creation : 3 Best Tools Beginners

#1 KAJABI Whether you’re creating an online course, setting up marketing automation, or designing your website, Kajabi has your back. You shouldn’t have to pay for multiple tools to sell your knowledge. Likewise, you shouldn’t have to encounter tech headaches stringing multiple systems together. • Create the perfect product with our course builder • Set up your…

Leadership: Shift your focus from yourself to…

In the me-me-culture of management, it is all about me. How smart I am, how successful I am, how great my strategy, and vision is.But you do not inspire anyone by that, nor by mission statements, nor by revenue/profit reports. In the you-you-culture of leadership, it is all about your people: Their needs Their strengths…

How to Become a Bartender

To all the full-time students, travelers, or people just looking to make some good extra cash, Bartending is an awesome paying, part time job to consider. I was once a full-time student that had no help from my family for costs of school or bills. I like everyone else had bills to pay, had obligations to…

DIY fidget spinner

How to make a fidget spinner: Use plastic bottle caps Screengrab via Megan Weller/YouTube Supplies needed: 4 plastic bottle caps 4 pennies cereal box X-Acto knife super glue plastic cup paint or glitter 1) Gather four bottle caps Get four plastic bottle caps from used water or soda bottles that are all the same size. Glue them…

Google Lens turns your phone into a super-intelligent camera

At Google’s I/O developer conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new technology called Google Lens. The idea with the product is to leverage Google’s computer vision and AI technology in order to bring smarts directly to your phone’s camera. As the company explains, the smartphone camera won’t just see what you see, but will also…

Long Div Song: Learning gets better

These Fourth-Graders Turned A Math Lesson Into The Most Lit Song Ever   Nadine Ebri is a 26-year-old elementary school teacher in Jacksonville, Florida. “My class, they’re very goofy,” Ebri told BuzzFeed News of her fourth-graders. “They turn everything into a song.” Last week, Ebri was teaching her students long division, which is “so hard for…

DIY personalized gift 

This is a great little diy project, especially with Valentine’s day coming up! You can customize a mug, plate, or any other ceramic dish of your choice and make it really personal for that special someone. I know the diy sharpie mug has been around Pinterest a ton lately, but beware, NOT all sharpie mug…

The 5 Stages of Travel: How ?

The 5 Stages of Travel: How to maximise your marketing impact. When it comes to marketing your offer, you may have thought there were only two stages of travel to worry about: the research stage and the booking stage. However, Google has released an interactive infographic that identifies five stages of travel: dreaming, planning, booking,…

REVOLUTION : Help Women Get Online – google

Google India aims to bring 50 million women online NEW DELHI: With women comprising just 30 per cent of the online population in India, Internet giant Google today said it aims to help 50 million women in the country go digital in a year. “India has over 200 million Internet users and the number is…

Google Women in Technology Week 2013

Published on 18 Nov 2013 Google Australia is committed to investing in and empowering women in the tech community. In an effort to highlight some of the amazing work being done by Australian women in technology and bring to light their stories, Google hosted the inaugural Women in Technology (WIT) Week, which was held in…

New Platform For Ohio Teachers Combines Learning Management with Social Media

Can teachers improve the outcomes of their students if they leverage the power of the internet? A new partnership between ed-Web and ilearnOhio has resulted in an e-learning platform that connects Ohio teachers with educators, resources, and learning management systems. The new online community shares the goals of teachers in improving classroom outcomes, said Kevin Holtsberry…

Alarming Fact: Parents

When it comes to kids under the age of seven? 41% of parents allow them to use a gaming console unsupervised. 40% allow unsupervised access to a computer. 29% of parents allow their kids under age 7 to use a mobile apps unsupervised. The poll also asked about teaching online safety to kids. Eighty-nine percent…