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Working for Free: How Volunteering Can Help You Succeed

Sarah NantaisBlogs


The summer months are approaching, I promise. Just ignore that cold weather in the forecast. With summer generally comes some free time. Classes are over, especially if you’re in highschool, and you may find yourself with more time on your hands than  you expected. You should be making that free time work for you. One of the best ways to … Read More

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Post-Secondary Life: Student Safety Edition

Sarah NantaisBlogs


Can you feel it? That glorious warm weather that’s beginning to thaw us from those bitter Manitoba winters? It’s fan-freaking-tastic and I think I can feel my toes again. The best part about warm weather is the longer periods of daylight and the renewed ability to walk everywhere. Right around now is prime time for study breaks at the bar … Read More

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Maximizing Your Courses: Spring and Summer

Sarah NantaisBlogs


It’s almost here: the light at the end of the tunnel. April is creeping up on us and that means a rush of final exams while stressing out about whether or not we’ve read all the chapters we were supposed to. Being a student can be exhausting which is why most can’t wait for April to be done for four … Read More

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Reading Week: Taming Your Instincts

Sarah NantaisBlogs


You’ve been working hard. Really hard. You’ve survived one semester worth of midterms and final exams. Even if you just started in January, you’ve worked your way through the content like a boss and now it’s time to take a little break. What’s that they say? All work and no play makes Jack/Jill a dull boy/girl? No doubt your eyes are fiercely … Read More

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Getting Started with Open Education: 5 Trends

Trent GillBlogs


What does “open education” mean in practice? We examine a few ways that educators are using the open web to enhance teaching online.

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