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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
Video Games as Learning Tools Source: http://www.lyfeproblems.com I saw that Darin Hammond found this and posted this on Google+, and I wanted to share it, too. The world is changing to one where digital literacy is just as important as … Continue reading
I appreciate all the clients I work with. Each one is unique, with its own corporate culture. Often, that culture makes it easier to work with the client. But sometimes it erects obstacles that we … Source: larrykunz.wordpress.com Larry Kunz … Continue reading
Source: http://www.linkedin.com Another good how-to entry on how to blog. One of the points, I believe, has to do more with writing for a company. Since I write only for myself, I have no proofreader other than myself. But it’s … Continue reading
Source: http://www.linkedin.com Everyone–men and women–should read this article on LinkedIn by Mika Brzezinski from MSNBC’s Morning Joe. I have not read her book, but her gut reaction was the same as mine–and I’m not a SME on the subject the … Continue reading
Source: http://www.linkedin.com I know this is a problem that afflicts many in the tech comm industry, even now. I can say that it was at least a year for me when I was looking for a full-time job, and I … Continue reading
For one hour on December 12, 2013, all other activity came to a halt as Middle and Upper School girls at Stuart Country Day School, and their faculty, took part in the Hour of Code. If you walked the … … Continue reading