Erasmus was a man of great stature in his community. To the ignorant he gave knowledge. To the sick he gave cures. To the needy he offered jobs helping others in their community. 356 more words
The United States are slowly but steadily falling behind in the technological advancement field. According to the U.S. Department of Education, “In 2005, foreign-owned companies were a majority of the top 10 recipients of patents awarded by the U.S. 2,993 more words
By a surprisingly large percentage, CIOs put more emphasis on skills and experience than on tech degrees from prestigious universities.
A Robert Half Technology survey of some 2,400 chief information officers at companies with more than 100 employees found 71 percent place “more weight on skills and experience than on whether or not a candidate attended college/university.” Another 12 percent said university prestige didn’t matter at all. 62 more words
I’m still pretty busy this week but this should be the end of it, as the students move in here to Husson University this weekend so next week will be the beginning of classes and some semblance of a more routine flow in my life. 346 more words
We provide assistance in finding, setting up, and using technology for LD based reading and writing needs, including: Kurzweil 3000, Dragon Naturally Speaking, Voice Dream, Read:OutLoud Bookshare Edition, as well as OS based text to speech and speech to text utilities. 38 more words