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These are the ten most viewed books of 2021

DENVER (KDVR) — Libraries are recovering from reduced activity from the COVID pandemic. Aurora Public Library saw a 6% increase in book checkouts, a 12% increase in library visits, and a 46% increase in new library cards in 2021. Library executives say they are now healthier in some parameters than …

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CREATIVE START-UP – Free online business course launched for new and existing creatives in post-pandemic wake

Social enterprise Creative business more is about to launch Creative start-up – a free online course designed to help new and existing creative practitioners build their businesses after the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Creative start is a free online program specifically designed for creative professionals graduating from the …

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From the cradle to the classroom

I realize the Covid pandemic has had many profound consequences for schools, but the striking headline Obstetrics for schools made me, at first glance, wonder how seismic the changes had been. Fortunately, on page nine, the author answers the question that many of his readers will ask themselves: Why the …

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Mental health in schools: the Huron-Superior Commission has an app for that

Educators receive an update on student supports; Wednesday’s final reunion for outgoing director Rose Burton Spohn Students facing mental health issues in schools is not a new phenomenon, but the need for mental health support has increased throughout the COVID-19 pandemic due to the academic and social upheaval it has …

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Las Cruces middle schooler wins congressional app creation contest

LAS CRUCES — A self-taught middle schooler has won the 2021 Congressional App Challenge for District 2 in New Mexico, receiving national recognition for his programming. Andrew To, a 13-year-old eighth year pupil at White Sands School, said he couldn’t believe it when he found out he had won. “I …

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Mimecast: what are malicious websites?

Cybercriminals work hard to exploit vulnerabilities and trick people into divulging personal information. One of the methods they use – creating malicious websites – has become widespread. In January 2021, for example, Google had over 2 million phishing websites.[1] Understanding how to protect your business from these websites is critical …

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France targets groups and websites with sweeping powers under anti-terrorism law

SEOUL: After spending two years in strict lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, North Korea may finally be opening up – slowly. The reason could reflect a growing sense of recognition by leaders that the nation badly needs to earn outside economic aid.The North’s tentative reopening can be seen in …

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Websites to check merit list, know threshold

The long-awaited result of the recruitment for RRB NTPC has been announced. The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has announced the results for jobs in the non-technical popular category (NTPC). Nearly 1 crore candidates who have applied for the exam can view their results on their respective regional websites. In addition …

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WiSA Wave attracted nearly 1 million consumers in Q4 to WiSA websites for holiday shopping, the association expects 3-5 million consumers to visit in 2022

In anticipation of new technology launches and the expansion of WiSA Wave in Europe and China, WiSA is launching a new website, www.wisatechnologies.com SAN JOSE, California, January 13, 2022– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –WiSA® LLC, founded by Summit Wireless Technologies (NASDAQ: WISA), today announced the URL for its new website, www.wisatechnologies.com, which …

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Names to Note: Students win award for app that helps seniors

Modesto high school students Divya katyal and Rana banankhah won the 2021 version of the Congress Applications Challenge in District 10. They have developed a software application that connects isolated elderly people with volunteers who could meet specific needs. Representative Josh Harder, D-Turlock, announced the selection in a Jan.4 press …

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School students to study inferior books, NCERT asks experts to review curricula

The National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has decided to reduce the curriculum and textbooks for the 2022-23 academic sessions for all classes. On December 15, the director in charge of NCERT, Sridhar Srivastava, ordered department heads to conduct a review involving internal and external experts to discuss …

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Online Education Market Expected To Be On Track To Achieve Huge Growth Through 2027 – The National Discourse

Online education market: By Technology Type (Certificate & Diploma), By Application (K-12, Higher Education, Business, Government & Others) & Region – Global Industry Sizing, Growth, Trend, Opportunity & Forecast (2020-2025) The Online Education Market report covers an in-depth analysis of the market dynamics, business models, segmental / regional analysis, and …

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Webacademyst introduces a new category in the course selection: financial literacy

TALLINN from Estonia, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In light of growing uncertainty in global markets and as demand for distance education increases, the reputable online academy website Webacademyst has announced the addition of a new category to its course list: financial knowledge. According to the company, these …

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TS inter 1st year 2021 results: List of sites to download the grade sheet

Inter 1st year TS 2021 results: The inter 1st year TS 2021 result was declared for the exam which was held from October 25 to November 3. . Inter first year TS results: List of sites to download the scorecard • https://tsbie.cgg.gov.in/ • https://results.cgg.gov.in/genFirstYearIPE.do • https://results.cgg.gov.in/vocFirstYearIPE.do • https://results.cgg.gov.in/GenBridgeIPEFirstYear.do • https://results.cgg.gov.in/VocBridgeIPEFirstYear.do …

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Verity app aims to equip youth with essential smart money skills

With the Covid-19 pandemic exposing the financial vulnerabilities of millions of people around the world through job losses, unpaid leave and reduced wages, responsible management of money has never been more crucial than ‘it is not today. The pandemic has been a wake-up call to many people who do not …

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Bengal develops bridging course to help students fill gaps in learning

The West Bengal School Education Department has prepared a 100-day bridging course to make students feel confident in their newly promoted classes. The course, named “Setu Pathakram,” which will be presented in the new academic session starting in January, will be made available to students of all classes, Avik Majumder …

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A $ 20,000 project adds a bicycle map to the Coquitlam app

The project was collaborated with HUB Cycling – a non-profit group that advocates cycling to school, to work and everywhere in between. There is a new feature on the Coquitlam local app designed to help cyclists safely transition from “A” to “B”. The CoquitlamConnect app now includes an interactive map …

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Use websites and chatbots to conduct outreach activities for clinical trials

The COVID-19 pandemic has propelled clinical research into the mainstream spotlight and placed a magnifying glass on its many unique barriers to engagement and recruitment. While transparency in clinical trials is the new buzzword, low awareness and declining enrollment rates, increased site and patient load, and the persistent lack of …

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ArganoKeste and Salesforce create a “Mobile Pantry” application

ArganoKeste today announces the beta of “Mobile Pantry”, an application built on the Salesforce platform to help Crossroads community services better serve families and people in need in Dallas County after COVID-19 disrupted their operations. The mission of Crossroads Community Services is to feed low-income families and individuals in Dallas …

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UPMSP will use the mobile application to select the centers

The UPMSP will finalize the list of UP Board 10th, 12th exam centers by January 24th. UP Board has set January 24 as the deadline for publishing the list of exam centers. Trendy office New Delhi Last update:20 November 2021, 13:20 IST FOLLOW US ON: Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad …

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Cap Hill Books closed after truck accident

Capitol Hill Books is closed today after a truck carrying Lime scooters crashed into the glass storefront at 300 East Colfax Avenue at 8:40 p.m. on November 17, crashing into a glass shelf containing the books rare most expensive in the store. “Signed books by Richard Bachman, small signed prints …

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Financial Literacy Course Belongs to New York High Schools – The Ticker

New York City should include a financial literacy course in its public high school curriculum. Many students would benefit from learning about credit cards, interest rates, loans, and other personal finance topics before they graduate from high school. In today’s environment, financial literacy is essential for student success. Currently, 21 …

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CulinaryArts @ SPAC returns with a 5-course herbal dinner – troyrecord

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – The Saratoga Performing Arts Center recently announced an upcoming event titled “Fall Flavor Fusion: A Five-Curse Plant-Based Dinner” created by New York chef and Graffiti Earth founder Jehangir Mehta alongside chef Yaddo cook Michael Blake and curator chef Kim Klopstock of The Lily and the Rose. …

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Atlanta HIV Group Launches Thrive 365 App to Connect Black Gay Men

Advocacy group Thrive SS is launching a new app this week for black gay and bisexual men living with HIV in the Atlanta metro area. The “Thrive 365” application allows users to interact, ask questions, access resources and indicate any food insecurity or housing need. Thrive SS is planning a …

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15 best books by Native American authors of 2021

Daniel GrizeljGetty Images Like any cultural perspective, the Native American experience is not a monolith, nor is the literature written by Native authors. Even the appropriate terminology may differ depending on individual experience. While many refer to Aboriginal people as Native Americans, the National Museum of the American Indians note …

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US Institute awards Delhi student for creating app to educate people about waste management

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States awarded a grade 6 Indian student for creating an app called “Heal The World”. The student, Pranet Pahwa, studies at Shiv Nadar School Delhi NCR. He was declared the winner of the MIT App Inventor Appathon for Good 2021 and became …

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Wealth8’s digital wealth management mobile app should resonate with the black, multi-ethnic community

Wealth8, the new digital wealth management platform with a full-service mobile app, provides access to global investment funds and diversified funds from the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock Asset Management. Their service is aimed primarily at the black and multiethnic community being largely the African diaspora in the UK. The …

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Samsung and UNDP update Global Goals app for India; Now you can contribute to community causes directly from your Galaxy devices | AFN News

Previous story: In a world first, SLCM launches the “Made in India” quality control application for food grains Samsung and UNDP update Global Goals app for India; You can now contribute to community causes directly from your Galaxy devices Posted on October 15, 2021 Users can donate to projects around …

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Korean education startup Riiid acquires Japanese mobile app distributor

Riiid, a South Korean artificial intelligence-based educational technology company, has acquired Langoo, the Japanese distributor of its service, with the aim of expanding its business in the world’s third-largest economy, the company said on Saturday. The acquisition comes less than five months after securing $ 175 million in Series D …

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Pediatric Injury Prevention Online Course Aims to Address Important Training Gaps

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the hand of many. Schools, universities, businesses – almost every organization that offers any form of in-person education has started offering or improving their programming online. But even years before the pandemic, online learning was growing in popularity. In 2018, more than 100 million learners …

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Air Pollution and Road Traffic Noise Over Years May Increase Risk of Heart Failure: Study

Washington, October 6: Exposure to air pollution and road traffic noise for many years, according to a new study, may be associated with an increased risk of developing heart failure, and the correlation appears to be even greater in people who are former smokers or have high blood pressure. The …

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Indian Tech Giant Partners With Flutterwave To Provide Free Websites For African Businesses

Lagos, Nigeria, September 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Indian technology solutions company, Websites.co.in, has expanded its presence in Africa thanks to its partnership with Flutterwave, Africa‘s cutting-edge payment technology, to help small and medium-sized businesses Africa create their websites for free. NaturesField EyeCap Through this partnership, users could create …

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