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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Educatorstechnology.com is a blog that reviews educational web tools and mobile apps for teachers, educators, and students. The blog is owned and written by Med Kharbach, who is a Ph.D. candidate at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Canada.

The Shake Up Learning Blog

ShakeUpLearning.com provides teachers and educators with easy to understand, use tomorrow resources for Google and G Suite for Education, mobile learning and classroom technology integration through digital learning resources, technology tips and tricks, in-depth e-courses, books, resources, cheat sheets, blog publications, and podcasts.

Online Personal Training Courses

Premier Global NASM delivering the UK's leading online personal training courses.

Safety Blog

The eTraining blog discusses all things related to workplace safety, training, and e-learning. You can learn about slips, trips, and falls in the workplace, hazards on a construction site, and more.

Hot Lunch Tray

Serving up steaming scoops of K12 education & technology observation, thoughts, and opinions. With gravy.

Stikins Name Labels

The official blog of STIKINS, a product of Label Planet – a UK based adhesive label company specializing in stick-on label products, school item labels, name fabric transfers, and labeling equipment.

NLP Techniques Blog

NLP Techniques. 100+ NLP techniques for business, life, and relationships

The A&P Student

Tips for making the learning of anatomy and physiology faster, more efficient, and way more fun!

The A&P Professor

The A&P professor blog is about human anatomy and physiology. Kevin Patto,n worked as an anatomy & physiology professor for several decades, having taught at high school, community college, and university levels. He writes A&P textbooks and manuals. He is a President Emeritus of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and a founder of HAPS Institute, a continuing education program for A&P professors.

The Silent Corner

This blog contains written works and personal insights of a Fulbright scholar, which includes academic writings, research papers, learning materials for students, and other informative articles.

Culture & Society Blog

A blog that covers cultural beliefs and facts from history to politics to science.

Contentment Acres

A Christian homeschooling family of 8 (soon to be 9) sharing our life experiences, homeschool, tips, etc on our 14-acre farm in rural Virginia.

Fightback Ninja helps you fight back against scammers, spammers, and time-wasters

My mission is to help people fight back against email and telephone scammers, spammers, and time-wasters.

I will post anything I can find that helps people to fight back.

Plus warnings of new scams, advice on how to protect yourself against such people, and guidance on who can help if you have been scammed.

Michigan Girl's Cafe

A personal blog about the life of a graduate student who is pursuing a dual master's degree in social work and information science at the University of Michigan.

McCain's Corner

An independent scholar, writer, and genetic genealogy consultant's commentary on Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and Southern history, families, and folklore, as well as faery faith and second sight.

Doctor John Proofreading

Blog dedicated to proofreading, Ph.D. thesis editing, writing tips, and all things philosophical and literary

Jesus, the Revolution & You

‘Jesus, the Revolution & You’ presents Revolutionary War history, the Founding Fathers, and the stories of some who came before…alternating our stunning, monumental past with thoughts and articles about history-in-the-making today, the Scriptures and how, sometimes, they are all related.

This author has no doubt that the hand of God was very much involved in the birthing of the United States of America, her founding documents, and her government. It is not too late to rekindle the Founders’ vision, wherever one can. It is always the time to meet the Lord, here in America and anywhere else in the world.

His truth is marching on.

Edwina Richards Studio

What's Sewing On At My Place. A look inside my studio, where I create historic costumes and bridal gowns.

Growth Equity Interview Guide

The definitive course helps you ace your growth equity job interviews. You will learn about the most important questions to ask and how to model financial data correctly. In addition, you will also learn networking tips that will give you an edge over other candidates. Finally, our experts will review your resume and make sure it looks its best.

Netpreneur Club

Netpreneur Club's blog provides news and information about elearning courses for established and aspiring entrepreneurs.