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Students who used longhand remembered more and had a deeper understanding of the material Source: http://www.scientificamerican.com This article came by way of Adriane Hunt on LinkedIn. While I understand the article and its findings, I don’t think it’s a complete … Continue reading
Early education in computers and computer programming in some European schools is starting to pay dividends. Utah needs to find ways to stay up to speed as well in high-tech learning — but the h Source: http://www.deseretnews.com This is another … Continue reading
Source: http://www.linkedin.com This is an interesting article that I think would especially apply to the technical communications community. I can tell you that my entire career has been nothing but unstable. Gone are the days where you spend so many … Continue reading
Expertise in web typography requires creativity that comes with experience but the most important aspect is always ensuring to maintain content legibility Source: usabilitygeek.com Rick Sapir shared this on Google+. I became interested in typography more after seeing the movie, … Continue reading
5 reasons why content development vendors have it wrong – Sharon Burton, customer experience consultant
Content development vendors don’t have the workflow right. Here’s my top 5 reasons why. Source: http://www.sharonburton.com My friend, Sharon Burton, is right on about this. Everything she explains here is what I’ve experienced, and in some cases, admittedly, I’m one … Continue reading
Increasing your visibility is important for advancing your career. Below are ten things that highly successful women say they do in order to increase their visibility throughout the company, industry, and technical community. Source: http://www.ncwit.org NJIT’s Continuing Education program posted … Continue reading