Reference & Education

Economic and Social Impact of Education 2020 Featured
By Matt Brown · 2 weeks ago
In a year where the world changed, a new country climbed atop the education landscape. While in the classroom, where the action counts. Getting students into them was the biggest challenge in 2020. Countries that ...
How to Write a Non-fiction E-book within 30 days
By Ahmad Mokhzani Bin Mohd Nor · 2 weeks ago
Sometimes writing may be quite challenging if you don’t have the passion. While it may be simple to write articles, non-fiction requires proper concentration. As a long-time writer of non-fiction, personal experience goes a long ...
Should parents tell kids the existence of tooth fairies, Santa Claus and the Easter bunny?
By Sarah Syed · 3 weeks ago
Do you ever wonder why parents tell their children lies? Why they make them believe in fantasy creatures even though they don’t even exist? What happens to the faith of a child in a parent ...
Direct Sourcing, Talent pool management platform
By Will Hire · 1 month ago
With the increase in the number of participants in the independent workforce, companies realize they now have access to better talent than ever before. Enterprises with extensive requirements for contingent workforce deal with a massive ...
Does Education Affects Your Health?
By Edward Pratt · 1 month ago
Discussed research from the past few decades suggesting that higher education levels may reduce the risk of conditions including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, asthma, and anxiety and depression, as well as lower the risk of early ...
THE CREATION
By John E. Chitty · 1 month ago
As researchers, NO STONE SHOULD GO UNTURNED John Chitty Author of “The Broken Bible: Picking Up The Extraterrestrial Pieces” johney7@comcast.net In realizing we are not alone in the Universe, I accepted the probability that numerous ...
Critical Mass: The Search for the Quantum/Classical Threshold, the Inanimate God and the Beginning of Time Featured
By Robert Michael Depaolo · 1 month ago
Critical Mass: A Search for the Quantum/Classical Threshold, the "Inanimate God" and the Beginning of Time Abstract by Robert DePaolo This article discusses the particle/wave duality and the point (mass threshold) at which the quantum ...
How to Become the Smartest Kid in Your High School Class! Featured
By Rick Osbourne · 2 months ago
I’m a 74-year-old former teacher who now works part-time as a drivers’ education instructor for a private sector driving school located in the western suburbs of Chicago. Generally speaking, this driving school attracts 15 and ...
Comments and Questions on the Wave/Particle Duality Featured
By Robert Michael Depaolo · 2 months ago
Comments and Questions on the Wave/ Particle Duality: by Robert DePaolo Abstract This article discusses the essential nature of matter; specifically differing ideas on whether it consists most fundamentally of waves, particles or wave driven ...
5 Hurdles Women Leaders Face in Organizations
By Lucy Williams · 3 months ago
It isn’t news that there is a significant gender gap in leadership, but the reasons for this gap is more complicated than we know. Today, we will focus on hurdles women leaders have to go ...
Beautiful Polytechnic Education System In Bangladesh
By Md. Osman Goni · 3 months ago
If you experience more population in america, the country will definitely not improve. For the economic development on the country, skilled and hardworking manpower becomes necessary in the technical subject. The more skilled in addition ...
The Quality Tool Book: Matrix Analysis 2nd Edition Solutions Manual
By Anna Jones · 3 months ago
In mathematics, Matrix theory is its branch majorly focuses on the Study of matrices. It is also a sub-branch of linear algebra, which covers topics like graph theory, algebra, combinatorics, and statistics. Matrix analysis is ...
EU Students Turn Away from British Institutions Amid Drastic Tuition Fee Hikes
By Ana Joldes · 3 months ago
Ever since the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016 in a decision known as Brexit, there have been several consequences for higher education. One of them has been a drastic reduction in the ...
The Art of Poetry
By Ijaz Ul Haq · 3 months ago
The first time you might have read or heard a poem was most probably when you just started going to school when you were a little one. Back then it might have just sounded like ...
How can I learn intermediate accounting?
By Anna Jones · 4 months ago
Accounting is an analysis of business transactions. Its basic principles are focused on capital investment, types of ownership and balance sheet creation. Intermediate accounting elaborates these fundamentals by introducing new concepts. Before studying intermediate accounting, ...
Why are some bilingual people dyslexic in English but not their other language?
By Md. Washim Munshi · 4 months ago
In the English-speaking world, dyslexia is a familiar learning disorder. Most people are likely to have known someone who found reading and writing trickier than their peers. In fact, more than one in 10 people ...
Best Way To Start You Research Paper
By Kinney Jeff · 5 months ago
Writing an academic paper is not like writing one’s opinion. Academic paper as the name suggests is to be written for an academic purpose which has to be submitted at a University or in a ...
Types of public speaking training Singapore courses to take up
By Paul Fazlon · 5 months ago
A person needs to know how to speak in public places and be able to address a gathering if they choose to become a leader. One of the main abilities of a leader should be ...
Organizing A Laboratory Report Introduction
By Renata Wilson · 5 months ago
The Lab Report Introduction ought to be an introduction of this information that's been obtained in the lab. Laboratory reports are a essential part of several laboratory courses and frequently an important portion of your ...
Tips for Taking a Semester off From College
By Serene Banks · 5 months ago
For most students, faculty may be the top 4 or 5 decades in their lives. But, in addition, there are many students who get to school and begin to experience burnout or confusion on what ...