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3 MUST HAVE PRODUCTIVITY APPS FOR STUDENTS

Posted by Joseph Chan on May 22, 2017 7:50:22 PM

According to a 2013 report conducted by Pearson, more than 70% of college students own a smartphone that’s used daily for schoolwork. If you’re a student who depends on a smartphone for taking notes, managing schedules, and staying organized,  don’t get overwhelmed by all of the apps to choose from.  

As a busy adult student who also works full-time, these are three of the apps that have helped me to stay organized:  

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Topics: Online Learning, Study Tips, Student Success

3 WAYS TO HAVE A STRESS-FREE RETURN TO SCHOOL

Posted by Joseph Chan on Apr 12, 2017 9:46:07 AM

Did you enter the workforce immediately after high school, putting off college temporarily, only to have travel, family, or your military career bend your path away from college? Are you ready to finish your undergraduate studies or perhaps a master’s degree and considering studying online?

If you’ve taken a gap year or more and are now seeking to go back to school, you are not alone. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2017), nearly four million students who are enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities are 35 or older. These adult learners make up 20% of the nation’s college students.

If you’re one of these students, here are some tips to help you adjust and succeed at an online school:

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Topics: How to succeed in an online university, Study Tips, Student Services, Student Success

THE BENEFITS OF USING IBISWORLD FOR ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH

Posted by Cindy Wiley on Nov 28, 2016 4:02:12 PM

IBISWorld is the largest industry information publisher in the world, providing a credible database of valuable information on 700 industries. This database is available to Trident students and alumni through the Trident Learning Community Library.

Students, working professionals, small business owners, and job candidates can all benefit from the information available in IBISWorld. Exposure to industry information provides strategic advantages that will help you make more informed decisions. It’s a timesaving tool as well because all the information you need is in one database.

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Topics: Study Tips, Webinars, Student Services

TOP 5 REASONS TO CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION DURING THE HOLIDAYS

Posted by Trident University on Nov 21, 2016 7:28:02 PM

The 2016 holiday season is upon us already, and we all know how busy this time of year can be! Many people adjust their schedules and temporarily eliminate some activities in order to make time for the demands of this hectic season!

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Topics: Online Learning, Study Tips, Military Education, Student Success

4 KEY TRIDENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR NEW STUDENTS

Posted by Cindy Wiley on Aug 19, 2016 3:49:08 PM

Trident’s staff and faculty are focused on the success of all our bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and certificate students.  If you’re a new student – or are considering enrollment -  these are some of the key resources available to maximize your educational experience so you can prepare yourself for a rewarding career.

1. Center for Student Success
The CFSS focuses on program completion and graduation for all of our students. Our Student Success Advisors (SSA) are all about fostering individualized relationships with each student. The SSA is here to support you in every step of your path towards graduation.

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Topics: Veterans, Study Tips, Military, Careers

MYTLC: WHAT HAS CHANGED AND HOW IT BENEFITS STUDENTS

Posted by Daniel Sloan on Feb 23, 2016 4:00:00 AM

The launch of the Trident Learning Community (TLC) in 2014 was a huge step forward for Trident and the overall student experience! The TLC provided a student portal as an entry point for the Trident classroom.  It dramatically streamlined how our students accessed their information and received university services.

A component of the TLC, the My TLC Classroom was launched in a phased manner at the same time. This provided a dynamic learning management system capable of handling synchronous and asynchronous communication for thousands of students simultaneously.

Last month saw an introduction of even more improvements to the MyTLC Classroom experience!

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Topics: Online Learning, Study Tips, Student Services

HOW TO BEST APPROACH QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH

Posted by Daniel Sloan on Dec 29, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Quantitative research, according to Aliaga and Gunderson (2000), is “explaining phenomena by collecting numerical data that are analyzed using mathematically based methods (in particular statistics).” It’s a formal, objective, and systematic process, and it’s one that is absolutely integral to scholarly and professional research.

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Topics: Scholarly Research, Study Tips, College of Health Sciences, Webinars

DON'T LET STATISTICS IN YOUR ONLINE CLASSES SCARE YOU

Posted by Dr. Tanya Murray on Mar 17, 2015 11:30:00 AM

When taking a statistics class, the most important strategy is practice!

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Topics: Online Learning, Study Tips

5 TIPS FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE STUDYING ONLINE

Posted by George del Hierro on Nov 13, 2014 3:54:00 PM

  1. Set and keep a consistent time and place to complete your coursework each week. This time and place will serve as your classroom for the remainder of your program, so make sure you are comfortable and productive.

 

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Topics: Online Learning, Study Tips