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Let's be reasonable

You have attended your orientation meeting for students with a disability.  You have survived the frenzy of Fresher’s Week, you have had some meetings with teaching staff and other students, and the start date of your course is approaching.   678 more words

For Parents

Davis Edge NCLEX Question of the Week #4

Question:
Which nursing action reflects a failure of the nurse to act as an advocate?

Question Options:
1.Failing to follow a prescribed order
2.Failing to report an impaired nurse providing care… 120 more words

For Students

Speaking of speech

Here are two handy tools that can be used to support study, or tasks in the workplace.  If you have difficulties with Working Memory, reading accuracy or reading speed, it helps to hear text read aloud, and more than once.   377 more words

For Students

Pathways to college

There is a national obsession with passing directly from 13 years of formal education into yet more education, and in particular, with going directly into a degree course… 597 more words

For Parents

Google Account Assignments

Welcome To Your Google Account! 

‪This guide will help you learn some of the ways you will be using your Google account this year. Please follow each question in order. 1,254 more words

For Students

Getting organised for study

In a couple of weeks time you will be galloping around the campus experiencing the thrills and spills of Fresher’s Week, digging through a plastic bag of ‘goodies’ from student societies and clubs, banking establishments, and local eateries (and drinkeries).  374 more words

Transition To College

Top 10 tips for folks heading to college

You are about to embark on one of the most exciting and challenging times in your young adult life.  Moving from a familiar and highly structured environment, to one that requires you to make many choices and decisions, can be tricky.  1,192 more words

Transition To College