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What Job Seekers Need to Know in Today’s Digital Market

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Here’s the scoop on what job seekers should know in order to be successful in today’s digital job market. View [+]
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This Inspiring Video Will Remind You Why You Love Learning

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Need a little inspiration to get out there and learn something new? A new short film by director/producer Rick Mireki will have you positively itching to pick up some new skills and knowledge. View [+]
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The Edupunks' Guide: How to Write a Personal Learning Plan

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It’s the best of times and the worst of times to be a learner. University tuition has doubled in the past decade, while the options for learning online and independently keep expanding. Anya Kamenetz's new free ebook The Edupunks’ Guide is all about the many paths that learners are taking in this new world, and here is just an excerpt. View [+]
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Free Shakespeare App for Smart Phones

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Want to learn more about a pair of star-crossed lovers who defy their bitterly feuding families to carry on a brief but intense, heartbreaking and ultimately tragic romance? View [+]
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Let Students Draw in Class to Understand Science Better

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The push to bring art back to schools could get a boost thanks to a new study that shows kids understand science better when they're encouraged to draw in class. A team of researchers from the United Kingdom and Australia write in the latest issue of Science that allowing students to draw during science class—the same doodling that teachers generally discourage—actually helps kids retain the information being taught. View [+]
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How to Choose a Career in South Africa

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Crunch time is coming. We’re on the back half of 2011 and you need to make some decisions about your life. You need to know how to choose a career on South Africa. Whether you’re in Matric applying at Universities for 2012 or at University realizing that back in Matric you really didn’t have a clue as to what you wanted to do, or more importantly – who you wanted to become – there’s always time to review how exactly it is you go about mapping the rest of your life. View [+]
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Top 5 Exam Performance Tips: How to Eat Your Way to That A

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Avoid relying on caffeine to keep you alert and awake. Caffeine stimulates every organ in your body and in small doses can be a useful study tool but too much can mean over-stimulation of your nervous system, increased heart rate and erratic sleep patterns. View [+]
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Can Ice Cream Tasting Pay the Bills? Plus 9 Other Jobs You Never Thought Of.

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Customer service representative... technical support specialist... administrative assistant... snore! Are you tired of empty job titles that just don't get you out of bed in the morning? From banana gassing to wrinkle chasing, check out 10 of the most unusual jobs you've never heard of, and stimulate some fascinating career field exploration. View [+]
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Cover Queen Bonang Matheba Burns up FHM's June 2011 Issue

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Fans of SA It Girl Bonang Matheba better rush to get hold of the June FHM, which features the SA radio, TV and fashion superstar on the cover for the first time. And they shouldn't be surprised if their copy of the popular men's magazine buckles and blisters in their hands - it's that hot! View [+]
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How To Avoid Getting a Fake Degree

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The Independent Institute of Education (IIE) issues an urgent warning to prospective students to note the unauthorised use of the term Varsity College by two purported colleges and the claim by one of those that their qualifications are certified by The Independent Institute of Education when this is not the case. View [+]

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