The Best Job Posting Sites for Employers

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Getting your job listings in front of the right talent is essential to filling job openings and successfully growing your organization. We have compiled a list of job posting sites designed to help you find qualified candidates for your open position. Fumbling through hundreds of applications and potentially not finding the right talent is a hassle. Put time back into your day and out of the tedious hiring process with the right tools. Below are the 12 best free job posting sites for employers in 2022. Explore each one to create an effective strategy for finding your next team member.

How to plan a virtual academic conference using a video conferencing platform

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Academic conferences serve as an important vehicle for researchers, business leaders, educators, students and other academics to share their work, learn from one another and further the goals of their fields. In the COVID era, those who organize these essential conferences are having to adapt, often transforming what used to be an in-person conference into a virtual academic conference. If you are facing this challenge at your institution, this guide will help you create a cohesive method for planning a virtual academic conference using a video conferencing platform. With these detailed recommendations, you will be able to host a successful virtual conference that may even rival the traditional in-person version.

What You Need to Know About “Guilty Party”

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Watch a discredited journalist (Kate Beckinsale) try to earn her career back by entering the seedy world of gun-running as she works to prove the innocence of an imprisoned young mother. “Guilty Party” is a little-known television series on Paramount+ with a TV-MA rating. The single-season show stars Kate Beckinsale as journalist Beth Burgess. It follows Beth’s investigation into the murder that landed Toni Plimpton (Jules Latimer) in prison for the murder of her husband. Believing in Toni’s claimed innocence, Beth takes on the challenge of telling her story, finding her estranged young daughter, and ultimately setting Toni free.

Tips for collecting and providing feedback in the virtual classroom

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Feedback between teachers and students has always been an essential part of the educational process, allowing both parties to make the most of the learning experience. If you are teaching in a virtual classroom, however, you may find that the traditional ways of exchanging feedback are no longer ideal or accessible. What before came naturally in person doesn’t so easily occur in a remote learning setting. That’s why we’ve put together this guide for collecting and providing feedback in the virtual classroom. Teachers and students alike can benefit from these simple methods for exchanging feedback and improving their classroom experience.

Ultimate Guide to Faith-Based Colleges: Christian Schools

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Could attending a Christian college be right for you? (Maybe!) Are all Christian schools the same? (Definitely not.) We explore these questions and more as we dive into Christian faith-based colleges, with a little help from our friend and pastor-in-the-making Kenna Ledbetter, who earned her Bachelor of Arts in biblical studies at the faith-based Azusa Pacific University (APU) and is now pursuing her Master of Arts in pastoral studies at Azusa Pacific Seminary. Across America, religious institutions of higher education offer students like Ledbetter the opportunity to expand their minds while deepening their faith. Keep reading to find out what it really means to attend a Christian faith-based school.

Ultimate Guide for Blind & Visually Impaired College Students

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Earning a college degree is challenging in itself, and there are even more obstacles for students who have visual impairments. When your vision is impaired, class materials are more difficult to access, navigating through campus takes more than just a map, visual social cues are missed, and most importantly, getting support from your college will likely be crucial to your success. This guide offers a complete walkthrough to help blind and visually impaired students navigate their college experience. You’ll find a list of the things to consider when choosing a college, information on financial aid for students with disabilities, and the top schools for students with visual impairments, among other helpful information and advice.

Why Smart Thermostats are the Most Popular Smart Home Devices

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] Smart thermostats sell like hotcakes, and they are in fact the most popular “smart home” devices purchased by renovating homeowners. This is according to the recently released September 2016 Houzz study on smart home trends in the United States: “Among all the devices with smart capabilities installed by renovating homeowners, smart thermostats are the most popular, installed by 12% of renovating homeowners.” But why are smart thermostats so popular?

Top 10 Schools for Marketing Majors

[WRITTEN BY KAYLA HALL] As long as businesses exist, so too shall marketing and the need for fresh ideas from marketing professionals. After researching more than 50 undergraduate marketing programs, we’ve identified the top 10 universities who offer everything a marketing major needs to develop that competitive edge, drive online and offline sales, build and maintain a brand, and secure competitive positions for businesses around the world. These universities deliver on both sides of today’s marketing coin, teaching students traditional strategy and modern analytical skills, perfect for slaying marketing objectives in any arena.
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