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Examville Announces More Educational Materials from Top Publishers

Examville-logoThe online educational marketplace Examville announced today that they will be offering a greatly expanded array of educational materials from premium publishers. The list of over 75 publishers includes Scholastic, O’Reilly/Microsoft Press, Weekly Reader Publications, Nolo, Carson- Dellosa Publishing, Evan-Moore, and Learning Express.

The materials being made available through Examville cover all levels of education, from kindergarten to elementary school, high school to college. They will offer e-textbooks and study guides for students, in addition to course materials for teachers and tutors. Those who belong to Examville’s 90-day subscription plan receive a five percent discount on all premium document downloads.

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Support, Resources and Suicide Prevention for Gay Teens

the-trevor-projectThe recent suicides of five gay teenagers in the past three weeks has a lot of people talking about acceptance of gay teens, suicide prevention resources and bullying. An onslaught of celebrities, journalists and activists have been speaking out against anti-gay bullying and giving encouragement to other gay teens who may be suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts.

In addition to the suicide prevention resources available to all teens and young people, there is also specialized support for those who identify as lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender or queer.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Study Habits

StudyingDo you spend hours studying for a test only to get a C or lower? Most of the time, it’s not how long you study for a test, it’s how you study for a test that earns you an A.

Students often cram three to five hours the night before an exam, and they still don’t feel like they’re prepared. Though cramming may work for some students, it didn’t work for me, and if you’re getting C’s on your test, it’s not working for you either.

Here’s five ways to improve your study habits:

Take notes: This is an obvious solution, but some students think they don’t need to take notes to do well in a class. In my experience, however, good note-taking has gotten me several A’s. Writing something down helps with memorization. You don’t have to fill a whole spiral notebook with notes, just write down keywords. Here’s a hint: if your professor writes something down on the board, that probably means it will be on the test, so write that down too. Read the rest of this entry »


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