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Student life / iu, procrastination, productivity, schedule, studying, time, time management,

3 Tips for Effective Time Management

How successful you are as an online student is largely determined by how well you manage your time.

January 12, 2016
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Student life / citing sources, Google, Google Books, Google Scholar, iu, online degrees, online research, references, research, sources, study tips, studying, Wikipedia,

The Right Way to Do Successful Online Research

When you’re going to school online, you’ll probably do a lot of your research online, too. But there is so much information on the Internet, and a lot of it is not reliable. You’ll need to learn how to start your search, find objective information, and narrow it down to what’s useful for your project.

January 11, 2016
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Student Stories / iu

Mimi Raza: Finding Success with an Online Master’s Degree

After serving in the Army and then working for ten years as a hostess and DJ, Mimi Raza was ready for something more. “I wasn’t making enough money,” she says. “I wanted to improve my life and just get a better life.”

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Career Tips / career, career tips, confidence, introverts, iu, networking, work,

7 Simple Ways Introverts Can Master the Art of Networking

Many introverts, myself included, struggle to grow their professional networks (and, therefore, their careers) “organically”. You know, through face-to-face interaction. This is perhaps not surprising, given that introverts don’t generally jump at the chance to meet new people in the first place.

It’s not that we’re antisocial; it’s just that we tend to prefer people in smaller doses.

January 8, 2016
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Student life / dean's list, good grades, GPA, honor roll, iu, president's list\, term awards,

Financial Aid Term Awards – November 2015

Good job to all our hardworking students! The following lists show the names of all the students whose academic achievements* deserve recognition.

The President’s List is for students whose GPAs are 3.91 to 4.0; the Dean’s List is for students whose GPAs are 3.76 to 3.9; and the Honor Roll is for students whose GPAs are 3.5 to 3.75.

November 11, 2015
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Student Stories

The Student Experience – Home Page

After serving in the Army and then working for ten years as a hostess and DJ, Mimi Raza was ready for something more.

October 5, 2015
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Student life / iu

9 Tips for Writing Your College Essays Like a Boss

It’s that time again: time to write yet another paper for your college class.

September 29, 2015
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Student life / dean, good grades, GPA, iu, president's list\, term awards,

Financial Aid Term Awards – September 2015

The President’s List comprises students whose GPAs are 3.91 to 4.0; the Dean’s List comprises students whose GPAs are 3.76 to 3.9; and the Honor Roll comprises students whose GPAs are 3.5 to 3.75.

September 17, 2015
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Career Tips / iu

7 Reasons to Get an MBA

According to the data, there are now more people than ever who believe it is worth it, with 36 million who have some graduate education, compared to 30 million who have only a bachelor’s degree.

September 16, 2015
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Student life / iu

6 Steps to Starting Online Classes

Does going back to school feel like a giant leap? By breaking down the steps, you’ll find it easier to choose the right program and be well on your way to achieving your goals.

If you’re considering online education, now is the time to figure out the steps you’ll need to take in order to make that happen.

September 15, 2015
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Student life / iu

6 Tips for Successful Online Study

Preparing for success in online classes follows a different roadmap than traditional classrooms. Thankfully, with classmates and a professor, you won’t be on your own – just going without a physical classroom and a long commute. Still, it can be easy to fall behind if you don’t plan ahead.

August 5, 2015
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Career Tips / branding, graphic arts, graphic design, illustration, iu, logo design, online degrees, photography, photoshop, web design,

Why Get a Graphic Design Degree?

Is a graphic design degree worth the cost and time it takes to earn it?

A degree’s value depends on what you do with it. With so much emphasis on digital media these days — whether on computers, tablets, or mobile phones — the demand for employees who have a graphic design degree is higher than ever.

July 10, 2015
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