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Live Streaming in Education

_the other ways live streaming can be used by educational institutions

18 June 2015 2:38 pm by Kevin Bonilla Why limit the potential of live streaming to strictly distance learning? Educational institutions should attempt utilize live streaming for as many school events as possible, because live streaming is another mechanism that can help grow an audience, and keep stakeholders engaged.

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Setting Goals For Employee Engagement

_3 important goals for employee engagement

16 June 2015 11:38 am by Kevin Bonilla Employee engagement should be tracked and analyzed because it is a massive component of any and all businesses. There are several key objectives each company should look to reach with regards to motivation, commitment, and interest.

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Too Many Distractions

_3 reasons your online students are disengaged

10 June 2015 12:02 am by Kevin Bonilla We often spend the vast majority of our time devising strategies and developing ideas that could better engage our online students. However, not enough time is dedicated to analyzing the countless distractions that pry our student’s minds away from coursework. Here are 3 reasons your students might be disengaged:

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The Ideal Nonacademic Skills

_3 essential nonacademic skills

8 June 2015 3:01 pm by Kevin Bonilla Nonacademic skills will be critical to the success of your college students following graduation. In order to be able to hone these skills, we must first be able to identify the most practical skills that will translate directly into the workforce. Keep in mind that different jobs do tend to require different skill-sets. However, we believe that we have narrowed it down to 3 universal skills that should make for a well-rounded employee, regardless of the field they are entering.

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Celebrity Chat Hour

_engaging fans with video

14 May 2015 9:34 am by Nico Piacentini The search to engage fans in new and better ways is always on. Video is the next best advent in fan engagement.

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Progression of EdTech

_how edTech has evolved to this point, and where it is headed in the future

7 May 2015 11:32 am by Kevin Bonilla As education continues to transition into the digital world, we take a look at the history of educational technology and how it has evolved in recent years. From the days of the overhead projector, to the introduction of tablets and mobile devices, technology has been consistently modified in order to fit the needs of educators and students.

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