Whatever Challenges Face Higher Education, the Collaborative Culture Lives On

Reading Time: Less than 3 mins. Synopsis: This blog details recent events, blogs, and presentations from Explorance partners such as Cardiff University and Stockholm School of Economics. With many challenges and obstacles facing the Higher Education sector, the value of community and collaboration still prevails. University strike ballots over pay and pensions, rows around freedom of speech, fears over student safety with reports of spiking by injection, challenges around the sector’s commitment to climate change ahead of COP26 and IT cyber-attacks: these are just some of the stories making the headlines over…

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How to Invest Money: Choosing the Best Way To Invest for You

Investing money in the stock market is the No. 1 Americans build wealth and save for long-term goals such as retirement, but figuring out the best way to invest that money can feel daunting. This doesn’t have to be the case. The best way to invest money: A step-by-step guide Everyone has a unique financial situation. The best way to invest depends on your personal preferences along with your current and future financial circumstances. It’s important to have a detailed understanding of your income and expenses, assets and liabilities, responsibilities…

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How to make a new blog post in the 2020 version of Blogger

This article shows you how to make a new blog post in the new (2020) Blogger editor. What is the new Blogger editor Google have announced that In late June [2020], the new Blogger interface will become the default for all users. The legacy interface will still be available as an option. This is a good thing:  the new Blogger fixes a number of long-standing issues, adds some useful new tools, and gives the team building Blogger tools to make more new features in future. But it means that people who already…

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COVID-19 revealed how sick the US health care delivery system really is

If you got the COVID-19 shot, you likely received a little paper card that shows you’ve been vaccinated. Make sure you keep that card in a safe place. There is no coordinated way to share information about who has been vaccinated and who has not. That is just one of the glaring flaws that COVID-19 has revealed about the U.S. health care system: It does not share health information well. Coordination between public health agencies and medical providers is lacking. Technical and regulatory restrictions impede use of digital technologies. To put it bluntly, our health…

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The best digital photo frames 2021

When was the last time you actually printed one of your photos and had it framed? If you’re anything like us, it’s been years – which is why digital photo frames are becoming a popular way to put your smartphone snaps on show. Some let you upload photos from the cloud, while others are simpler and use USB sticks or SD cards to move files over. Either way, they’re a great way to get your photos off Instagram and up on your walls. Dedicated digital photo frames have since been…

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The Early Warning Signs of Leaders Who Are Struggling

We have a leadership crisis in this country.  Not only from a talent standpoint but from the hidden costs associated with poor performance in various leadership positions at present. Studies by such notable national recruiting firms like Challenger, Grey & Christmas chronicle the costs associated with executive turn over and the costs to companies leading up to and after the executive is gone.  And while companies tend to resist the decision to remove an executive (unless laws are broken or financial impropriety takes place) many wait way too long to address early…

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