SquawkBoard.com today announces a new social website for posting free online classified ads in local markets. The online classified website combines the best features of several of the web’s most popular sites, SquawkBoard.com offers localized “neighborhood bulletin boards” throughout the USA. It allows users to easily post and respond to an extensive variety of other user ads. It’s a better balanced site for everyone. Users may post and respond to other user ads in familiar categories ranging from local news and events, to buy/sell/trade, to professional services, jobs, dating, and the most innovative features in classified website history.
Some of the innovative features include:
· A Special College SquawkBoard in many college towns with safe college only specific categories like rideshare, learning materials, events, campus area housing, and groups that will be of interest to benefit students on campus
· Parental Control Options. SquawkBoard makes it easy for parents and institutions to block access to sensitive areas of the website
· Non Flagging Feature so competitors are unable pull competing businesses ads off SquawkBoard.com
· SquawkBoard Watchdog. It enables any user to immediately report any user content that violates the terms and conditions of the site. SquawkBoard is monitored daily
· A Nationwide Platform Political / Medical / Educational / Entrepreneurial / Environmental / Tech / Sports and Entertainment for expressing ideas, news, breakthroughs, innovations, etc. The user can with a push of a button be published in over 575 cities.
Additionally, several “Safer Society links were added for general information related to public awareness and notifications.
“We wanted to create a real platform for free speech and expression with well thought out ideas related to safety and friendliness for all users, so we put the control in the user hands,” said Founder Gary Drawert. “Also due to the extensive hardship that COVID-19 has brought to many, we’ve decided SquawkBoard will be one hundred percent free to give everyone the opportunity to promote oneself.”
Pro hockey hall-of-famer great Grant Fuhr is hosting a celebrity golf invitational April 16th and 17th that will benefit the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. More information is available here: https://grantfuhrcelebrityinvitational.com/
For more information on SquawkBoard.com, contact:
c/o Gary Drawert
The prominent cloud-based academic business solution, TELANTO, was announced as the winner of the highly coveted EdTech Cool Tool: hiring or internships solutions award on March 31st, 2021. EdTech Awards is the largest recognition program in all of education technology established to recognize, acknowledge, and celebrate the most exceptional innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in education technology.
Barcelona, Spain., April 20, 2021 — The prominent cloud-based academic business solution, TELANTO, was announced as the winner of the highly coveted EdTech Cool Tool: hiring or internships solutions award on March 31st, 2021.
Celebrating its 11th year, the prestigious EdTech Awards is the largest recognition program in all of education technology established to recognize, acknowledge, and celebrate the most exceptional innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in education technology. Interested parties can read more about the finalists and winners at https://www.edtechdigest.com/2021-finalists-winners/.
TELANTO launched in 2015 and has since made it their goal to bridge the gap between universities and industry to promote healthy collaboration — improving education with experiential learning and industry with innovative solutions. Providing quality education to students by allowing educators to build sought-after competencies with entrusted students through action learning methodology produces a sheer multitude of benefits that TELANTO prides themselves with.
The EdTech Awards were established in 2010 to recognize, acknowledge, and celebrate the most exceptional innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in education technology. This year’s finalists and winners were narrowed from the larger field and judged based on various criteria, including: pedagogical workability, efficacy and results, support, clarity, value and potential.
Editor-in-Chief of EdTech Digest Victor Rivero said:
“After a year like no other—to all those innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in K-12, higher ed, and workforce learning staying connected, productive, persistent, and getting us closer despite all challenges: we salute you.”
Full details about the EdTech 2021 awards can be found at https://www.edtechdigest.com/2021-finalists-winners/
TELANTO operates in the EdTech arena by providing a digital platform for higher education students to solve pivotal corporate challenges provided by businesses around the world. Companies provide real challenges for creative ideas and the ability to hire stand-out talent all on our platform. Our rapidly growing community of supervised students solve these challenges for real-world experience, credits, and job opportunities. Professors from a growing number of universities around the globe participate in supervising challenges from hundreds of companies and respective challenge sponsors in 25 countries from Fortune 500 corporations, to Small-and-Medium Enterprises, and Start-Ups as well. TELANTO is transforming the university-industry collaboration space by allowing students to solve real-world issues that deliver true value to organizations all while giving students an experiential learning opportunity.
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The English language comes from a West Germanic line of legacy started from Anglo-Frisian vernacular brought to Britain during the mid fifth to seventh hundreds of years AD by the Anglo-Saxon transients, which is presently a piece of northwest Germany, Netherlands, and southern Denmark. The language of the Anglo-Saxons is currently named ‘Early English.’ English is viewed as begun in England and is additionally now quite possibly the most prevailing dialects the whole way across the world. The English language is the first decision of language in quite a while, and its status has given its situation as a worldwide most widely used language.
Present day English is moderately uninflected in contrast with the Proto-Indo European tongue of the most current European dialects like French, Greek, Russian, German, and so forth, which are engineered or to some degree bent. In the course of the last not many thousand years, the language of English has been improved from variable types of Greek, Sanskrit, Russian, Latin, and so on, toward structures that can’t be fluctuated as those in Vietnamese and Chinese. EThe language’s jargon essentially comes from the center Germanic stock, notwithstanding the broad contact of the German pioneers with the Roman pilgrims; the language previously was comprehensive of various words from Latin.
History of the English Language
This perfect language has gone through a few changes prior to turning out to be what it is today. The Angles came from ‘Englaland’ and there language was known as ‘Englisc’ – from which the words ‘English’ and ‘Britain’ were subsequently determined.
• Old English (450-1100 AD): The Germanic clans that attacked Britain communicated in comparable dialects. There were formed into English in Britain and are today named ‘Early English.’ This type of English doesn’t sound anything like the present current English. The present local English speakers would absolutely have incredible trouble in grasping early English. In spite of the entirety of this present, the present current English surely comprises of the early English roots.
• Middle English (1100-1500 AD): The Duke of Normandy, William the Conqueror (1066), attacked and afterward vanquished England. These new pilgrims were known as the ‘Normans.’ The Normans brought a specific type of French, which was likewise the language of the Royal Court. During this time, the lower classes communicated in English while the aristocrats communicated in French shaping a lingual predisposition. In the fourteenth century, English was predominant and French words were added to it. This was known as ‘Center English.’
• Modern English:
Early Modern English (1500-1800 AD): There was an abrupt particular change in the way to express Middle English called the Great Vowel Shift. The vowels were articulated more limited and more limited. With expanded contact and the Renaissance of Classical Learning, new expressions and words were added to the English Language. Punctuation and spelling got fixed, and the main word reference was imprinted in 1604 as an endeavor to normalize the language.
Modern Late English (1800-Present): The significant qualification between the two current types of English is the jargon utilized. This type of current English has numerous words and expressions emerging from two chief variables, including the modern insurgency and the degree of the British Empire. Before long present day English fused words from an enormous assortment of unknown dialects.
Parent U-Turn, a grassroots advocacy group made up of both African-American and Latino parents from Southeast Los Angeles, has launched an educational website and COVID-related survey. This website is a tool to help support families to navigate the troubled waters of the educational system during the COVID-19 pandemic and to assist students return to school. The survey results will allow Parent U-Turn to inform families, educators, and policy makers about how to best serve students and families in a post-vaccinated learning environment.
“Parent and student voices are absent from the conversation about our educational experience this past year. It is critical we hear from the community to understand the educational challenges families have faced and how we will solve the education gap moving forward. We hope our survey will help fill this gap” said Mary Johnson, Founder and President of Parent U-Turn.
“As education adapts to the needs of the 21st century and a COVID learning environment, parents must have an increased role in their children’s education. Parent U-Turn empowers parents and families to work alongside educators and policymakers to bring equality to schools” added Johnson.
The Parent U-Turn website and survey were created with assistance from the Pat Lucas Center for Teacher Preparation within Pepperdine’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
“Mary Johnson and Parent U-Turn continue to advocate for students and families most negatively impacted by educational and structural challenges; challenges magnified further by the COVID-19 pandemic. PUT’s website and survey continues a long tradition of making sure the voices of the community are heard when educators and policymakers are making decisions that impact our youth.” -Dr. Anthony Collatos, Professor of Education within Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
Parents, guardians, and students can complete the survey (in Spanish or English) by visiting the Parent U-Turn website at www.parentuturn.com.
For more information or interviews, contact Mary Johnson at 323-481-3992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
StarTech Alliance, a global provider of PC Customer Supprt and PC optimization software and developer of EaseeControl, today announced the launch of EaseeControl App. Version 126.96.36.199.
EaseeControl secure, repair, optimize and removes unused files from users PCs, allowing Windows applications to run faster while also freeing up hard disk space. EaseeControl App. Version 188.8.131.52 ensure a higher user Privacy online and also cleans traces of user’s online activities such as internet history, cookies and confidential user information. EaseeControl users also claim the system is the safest, private, fastest and easiest to use.
“Private customers and IT professionals have been asking for a better App with Artificial Intellingence and Human customer Support embed. EaseeControl meets private and businesses’ PC users need to keep their laptops and standalone desktops running private, clean, safe and fast,” according to Bogdan Tudor, StarTech Alliance CEO. “Companies are looking to keep customers PCs: private, safe and running fast to extend their PC’s useful life,” Tudor added.
EaseeControl is the latest StarTech Alliance commercial software offerings.
About StarTech Alliance
StarTech Alliance is the global provider of software and Customer Support that makes PCs run Private, Cleaner, Safest, Faster™. StarTech Alliance product, EaseeControl, has been downloaded over 100,000 times, is deployed in 15 countries and is available in more than 3 languages.
StarTech Alliance products are designed for home use, small and medium business, large enterprises and public sector organizations.
StarTech Alliance is located in the 575 Lexington Avenue, New York NY 10022 with offices and Europe.
More information is available at https://easeecontrol.com/, Twitter @EaseeControl, facebook.com/ EaseeControl
Read more: https://blog.easeecontrol.com/
Source: StarTech Alliance
There is growing evidence that the digital learning and assessment specialist eCom Scotland is solving an issue which is as old as eLearning itself: getting learners to enthuse about – and use – eLearning materials.
Thanks to guidance from eCom, its clients are reporting that their employees’ take-up, and on-going access, of the eLearning materials available to them is consistently encouragingly high. eCom’s clients come from 13 sectors including the automotive, construction, nuclear, oil and gas, as well as pharmaceutical, professional services, government and healthcare.
Allan Maclean, Marketing Manager at eCom, believes that promoting your learning materials to their potential users is a vital part of ensuring these materials are effective. He explained, “To do that, you need to get the learning into the learner’s workspace easily and effectively.”
An experienced marketer working in the corporate eLearning field, Allan believes that the key tip to remember is that the organisation itself is best placed to market its own courses because no one else knows them better. He said, “Showing enthusiasm and excitement encourages people get on-board.”
In addition, Allan’s five positive tips for promoting eLearning materials internally are:
. “Showcase learners’ achievements by incorporating a certificate or a digital badge once a learner finishes the course – to give them an instant reward and a tangible ‘something’ to show they’ve done it”,” said Allan, “and set up a professional growth chart for the team so everyone can see how completing the course helps them grow within the organisation.”
Run a campaign
. Inexpensive things to raise awareness include making use of email, issuing newsletters and organising an ‘open house’ – virtually, if necessary – where people can drop in to find out more information about the learning materials available to them.
“Use your organisation’s marketing or internal communications team,” added Allan. “Tell them your plans in advance and ask for their support. They may come up with creative promotional ideas that hadn’t previously been considered.”
Organise a promotional event
. Have a presentation – virtually, if necessary – featuring important people in your organisation, such someone from the C-suite, senior operations manager or team leader. Allan commented, “Make it a ‘want to attend’ event.
“Have an ice-breaker that involves everyone before you start the presentation. This way, people will feel more relaxed and, hopefully, will have some fun too,” he said. “And avoid lunchtime, as this may put some people off.”
Collect feedback and testimonials
. In Allan’s view, “Listen to your audience and ask for feedback. It’ll help you improve on future learning content and presentation, adapt current resources and improve the overall learning experience.
“See what worked – and work out how you put that knowledge to future use,” he added. “Gather testimonials from learners that you can use for your on-going promotional endeavours. People like getting real opinions from real people. It builds trust in the learning materials.
Be constant, consistent – and persistent
. “The whole exercise is a long-distance race,” stressed Allan. “After an impressive initial uptake of the learning materials, keep promotional communications going. Continue reminding your audience why they should, or need to, complete the learning.”
Allan also recommends avoiding:
Text-heavy promotional material
. You’re producing information to help build excitement about the
learning materials – not an instruction manual. Allan explained, “Consider creative ways to showcase information about the learning materials – such as an eye-catching graphic or engaging video. Stress the two – or, at most, three – key messages.”
Changing your branding
. People need and want trust. Significant changes to your logo, colours or style means that users won’t recognise that this course is being run by their organisation. Allan explained, “You can make your eLearning ‘different’ but, if things are off-brand, you could run into problems.”
Going PowerPoint crazy
. Allan advised, “You want your learners to understand why they should be doing the course and feel motivated to begin, so avoid a PowerPoint presentation, with screenshot after screenshot of the course.”
Forgetting to track progress
“Moreover, you can show the results to learners and use this information, for example, to remind them when their next assignment is due; congratulate them on a learning module done well, or let them know they need an assignment revision,” he added. “Ensure learners always know what’s expected of them and how they’re getting on.”
For further advice and guidance on this and other elements of digital learning, contact Allan Maclean at: email@example.com
About eCom (https://www.ecomscotland.com/)
eCom creates innovative learning solutions – aimed at increasing learning engagement and driving productivity – to help organisations achieve their goals. With offices in Dunfermline, Scotland, and Athens, Georgia, in the USA, but with customers from around the world, eCom focuses on the delivery, tracking and reporting of workforce learning and development through innovative technologies. Its products and services address a range of workforce management, development and training challenges, including eLearning, online assessment, blended learning, competency management and accreditation.