Sunday, August 25, 2013

A Masters in Forensic Accounting Prepares You For An Exciting Career

masters in forensic accountingA masters in forensic accounting can lead to a career that is interesting, exciting and fulfilling. This page has information about the programs, where they can be taken, the prospects, and more ...

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Studying an Online Masters in Secondary Education

Find out about masters in secondary education online programs, where you can take them, the career and salary prospects, and more ...


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What is the Future of Knowledge Management?

The next era of Knowledge Management practice will see the field complete its migration from a traditional tools-led approach to a competence/capability-led approach.


Knowledge Managers will have to absorb insights from approaches to adult learning, business psychology, decision science, cognitive science, artificial intelligence and natural science disciplines.

Online Learning Modules Will Play a Big Role in Common Core Implementation Across the U.S.

More than 50,000 math, science and English teachers will benefit from web-based training modules in the 2014-2015 school year

DALLAS, Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National...

Monday, August 5, 2013

CSIRAC: Australia’s first computer

Australia's first computer, CSIR Mark 1 (later called CSIRAC, the CSIR Automatic Computer), was the fourth in the world to be built. It filled a room the size of a double garage, required enough electricity to power a suburban street and had only a fraction of the brainpower of the cheapest modern electronic organiser. But it was a technological marvel of its time.

It was built in the late 1940s by CSIR scientists Dr Trevor Pearcey, Mr Maston Beard and Mr Geoff Hill, which put Australia at the forefront of computing. It revolutionised everything from weather forecasting to banking. It even played what is thought to be the first ever computer music.


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Sunday, August 4, 2013

My Name is America and I’m a Dataholic

Let us not pass over America’s surveillance addiction in silence. It is real; it has consequences; and the world would do itself a service by sending America to a Big Data rehab.

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Are MOOCs the answer? An Indian Perspective

They are the buzzwords in the education sector. The popularity of these open courses is gaining steadily, with thousands of students across the globe enrolling online.

Twitter in Education - Barriers and possible solutions?

After a wry commentary on the '10 Stages of Twitter' many educators have commented on the barriers that exist to twitter use. As a proposed channel of communication for iPad use in school, it is im...

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Studying a Clinical Doctorate in Psychology

brain scanAre you looking for clinical doctorate in psychology programs? This page will help you to find out more about clinical psychology study online and on campus.

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