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Credible Websites?

If a stranger on the street came up to you and started speaking, you’d probably want to know more about him and what he was saying before you took him seriously. The same goes for websites. Our way of viewing the world is based on the information we encounter. We
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“Men are not piano keys” Jordan Peterson on Dostoevsky’s Notes From Underground

Dostoevsky Dostoevsky was a big influence on Nietzsche, and it’s very interesting to read them in parallel because (Nietzsche) Dostoevsky is of course a dramatist and Nietzsche is a philosopher, and it’s almost as if Dostoyevsky wrote the drama and Nietzsche provided the philosophical commentary. They’re very very powerful to
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edX | Free Online Courses

SPEAKER: Congratulations. You can now take courses from the best universities in the world. Harvard, check, MIT, check, Berkley, check. No need to apply, no need to pay, only at edX. Computer Science Encoding, free, Finance and Accounting, free, Engineering and Law, free, Languages, Literature, and more- you name it,
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The World’s First Tuition-Free Online University – How does it work?

Meet Hassan. Hassan joined University of the People because there weren’t any other universities around. Hassan goes to an internet cafe, logs into his account, and greets his classmates. He joins the course discussion forum and writes his weekly entry. An hour later from another part of the globe, Nadia
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Getting an Art Degree? – What next?

Recently, I’ve had a few Art students ask me for advice for what to do after they have finished their studies and go out into the world with a degree tucked under their arms – looking for a job. Well, It’s a long time since I started and things have
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Daphne Koller: What we’re learning from online education

Translator: Morton Bast Reviewer: Thu-Huong Ha Like many of you, I’m one of the lucky people. I was born to a family where education was pervasive. I’m a third-generation PhD, a daughter of two academics. In my childhood, I played around in my father’s university lab. So it was taken
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How edX Works | CEO Anant Agarwal on edX

ANANT AGARWAL: Welcome to edX. I am Anant Agarwal. I am the president of edX. I’m also a professor of electrical engineering computer science at MIT. Online learning is revolutionizing the world. Education will never be the same again. And edX is at the cutting edge of this revolution. So
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FAFSA Overview

If you’re interested in financial aid for college or career school, you’re going to need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. It takes most people about 30 minutes to complete online and the best part, it’s 100% free. And, it provides you with access
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How to Read Your Textbooks More Efficiently – College Info Geek

What’s up, everybody? It’s Thomas from College Info Geek. Did you ever wonder how you’re going to get all the information in these crazy, huge reading assignments in a freaking weekend? I want to share a quote with you that I learned over the week-end while doing research for this
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Why being a Viscom😖 student is Useless💩 in India //SandyVlogs

Okay so I haven’t ranted about anything in particular in life but then I’ve realized that my course and my college is making an utter fool out of myself and it’s about time someone spoke about it so I study something called “Viscom” and it’s not something which I’m really
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