Alex Guel, a second grader at Discovery Elementary School, is working on her home class assignment. Her mother, Aurora Guel, is leading efforts to reopen schools in the San Marcos Unified School District. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz Lea este artículo en español aqui. The pandemic has forced teachers andRead More →

(Photo: by MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP via Getty Images) A ​​photo taken on January 12, 2012 in Boissy-l’Aillerie, in northern Paris, shows a technician presenting a silicone breast implant produced by the French implant manufacturer, Sebbin laboratories. About 300,000 women in 65 countries have received implants made by Poly ImplantRead More →

We are well past the era of buying game tapes and DVDs and installing those games on the PC. Today, the world has turned to online media for convenience and convenience. Therefore, most of the popular games are readily available on the internet. You can either download these games orRead More →

Through ANI NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Information and Electronic Technology (Miety) through an affidavit informed the Delhi High Court that issues relating to online “gambling” games are expressly within the purview of states and that some states have already enacted laws to regulate online gaming. An affidavit from theRead More →

Playtech is revolutionizing the gaming industry by introducing a huge range of quality otherworldly online games. Dozens of Playtech slots are produced every day, and players can easily be spoiled for choice as each of these games offers a unique gaming experience. That’s why our team of experts went throughRead More →

Across Canada, universities are work on the reopening for face-to-face lessons. After a year and a half of teaching primarily online due to COVID-19, universities must now determine what the continuing demand from students will be for online options and what resources to allocate for it. Read more: How theRead More →

ALLEGANY MAGAZINE ONLINE REVIEW: Embassy Theater’s ‘All My Sons’ Miller’s characters have important things to say and waste no time. Arthur Miller was born in Manhattan, NY in 1915. His teenage life was relatively comfortable until the family clothing business failed during the Great Depression. Miller’s first professional play, TheRead More →

Canvas is an online learning platform created by Utah-based education technology company Instruct. Over the past year, the platform has also been transformed into a disciplinary technology, as more schools rely on Canvas to generate cheating allegations, despite student protests and technical advice. So far, the company has avoided controversy.Read More →

“Moonlight and Magnolias”, by Ron Hutchinson, is “locked up” at the Cumberland Theater for the next two weekends and not for 5 days (as explained later in my review). The hilarious “almost” true story revolves around the making of the classic movie “Gone with the Wind.” The film was goingRead More →

Various industries have found that they can move efficiently online, making it a genuine place to work. Telehealth has become the default option for seeing your GP, while the first place to find a service or product is an online search engine. Professionals need to translate their skills into anyRead More →

Adult learners are embracing the shift to online learning, having discovered its benefits in the wake of last year’s breaker. And although the change has been a steep learning curve, adult learners and educators have indicated a preference for online learning because of the technology that has made it moreRead More →