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4 Benefits of Working Remotely

The sudden circumstances that COVID-19 has created for businesses has required them to make changes quickly for the sake of their employees. One of these major changes is implementing remote work. While this type of work was already popular, its desirability has only increased in recent months, and for good reason. Here are a few… Continue reading 4 Benefits of Working Remotely

Tech Tips to Increase Your Productivity

The pressure to produce more has become commonplace in most industries. Leading to less time to complete tasks and projects and more stress on workers. And since there isn’t a way to lengthen the day, not yet anyway, the key to getting your work done on time is efficiency. So, finding new methods to increase… Continue reading Tech Tips to Increase Your Productivity

Advanced Machine Learning Techniques: Principal Component Analysis

By Camille D., Age 17 This article will focus on a method data scientists and programmers use to make data easier to explore, visualize, and interpret data, called principal component analysis (PCA). The explanations in this article assume some background in linear algebra and statistics. PCA is based on dimensionality reduction: “the process of reducing… Continue reading Advanced Machine Learning Techniques: Principal Component Analysis

Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home Study Area

It’s time to say goodbye to frigid temperatures and blowing snow and welcome warm sunshine and tranquil breezes. Spring is the time of year that marks new beginnings, so it makes perfect sense to shake off the chill of winter and put your best foot forward. And can you really say you’re giving the world… Continue reading Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home Study Area

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Tips for Teaching or Tutoring Your Kids At Home

Teaching children, although rewarding, is not an easy task. It requires patience, an eye for detail and the ability to stay calm when the learning process goes sidewise. So how does a parent who doesn’t have the formal education to instruct children take up the reigns and become a teaching superstar? We’ll go over five… Continue reading Tips for Teaching or Tutoring Your Kids At Home

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Tips for Learning While at Home

You think you have a solid, at-home learning plan but it soon becomes derailed by a litany of distractions and obstacles. It can be quite frustrating. Learning at home has its fair share of challenges, but it also boasts plenty of pluses. If you formulate a proper plan and make a few tweaks to your… Continue reading Tips for Learning While at Home

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What to Do When You Feel Burnt Out

Whether you are studying for an exam or trying to solve an elusive coding problem when you challenge your mind, burn out is a real concern. It’s a real conundrum because you know you must put in the hard work to succeed but where do you draw the line in the sand to avoid causing… Continue reading What to Do When You Feel Burnt Out

Tips for Learning Coding Languages

Learning a new language can be difficult, no matter the origin. That’s not to say that it’s impossible! We have put together some tips for learning almost any coding language: First off, there are over 100 languages that coders and programmers use (actually, we’ve heard that there’s even more than 2,000, and that’s just because… Continue reading Tips for Learning Coding Languages

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How to Train Your Brain to Type Faster

We all want to be able to type faster — it not only saves us time, but it also just makes our lives that much easier. Sure, you can practice, but if we can’t train our brain to follow along, then there’s really no point, right? Well, as it turns out, there ARE ways to… Continue reading How to Train Your Brain to Type Faster

Throwback Study Methods That Still Work

There are a million and one ways to study, and there seem to be more ways being invented every other day. It’s great, and we’re in no way complaining, but sometimes it can be just a little too much. Sometimes, it’s just easier to go back to the roots and kick it with the basics.… Continue reading Throwback Study Methods That Still Work

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