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Advocacy in Nursing: 5 Ways to Support Your Patients

Patient advocacy in nursing is a big part of your job, but it’s not always something you know how to do as soon as you pass the NCLEX. We talked to veteran nurses to bring you expert tips for being the advocate your patients need in their most vulnerable moments.

8 Test Anxiety Tips to Help You Stay Calm and Confident

You’re not alone in your battle with test anxiety. That’s why we spoke to the experts to round up these eight test anxiety tips to help you break through the nerves, so you can pass each test without fear and get back to the part of college you love best: learning.

Everything You Need to Know About Working in Animation Design

A career in animation design uses the best of technology and design to create everything from special effects in movies and video games to animated cartoons. We’re breaking down the ins and outs of a career in animation design, so you’ll have all the information you need to decide if this is the career for you.

What Can You Do with an Associate’s Degree in Information Technology?

An Associate’s Degree in Information Technology can qualify you for plenty of solid job opportunities that can give you a foothold in the field and start you on a path to advancement. Better yet, it can be completed in as few as 18 months. Take a look at some of the opportunities available to these graduates.

The Importance of Recess: Why Schools Need More Playtime

Kids love it, but how beneficial is it? Don’t underestimate the importance of recess in your classroom. Read on to find out why play is vital to learning and what you can do to keep recess and playtime a part of your early childhood program.