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November 10, 2020

Why I Love Teaching Online

After transitioning to online courses, I’ve noticed that students who previously felt uncomfortable participating in the physical classroom now participate frequently in the meeting chat window. Moving online has essentially made the class more inclusive by removing the social stigma associated with the physical classroom.

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November 5, 2020

A Personal Support Worker (PSW) Student’s Experience with Remote Learning

The formatting of learning a module together as a class through slides, followed by workbook chapters and eventually a test is pretty good. All in all, I had a very good experience with triOS, and I feel as prepared as I can be to enter into this new and scary workforce.

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October 29, 2020

I Finished my Internship and was Hired Immediately

Returning to school for me was a big decision as it meant leaving behind a career in Pastry Arts which I truly enjoyed; to following my true calling which I passionately felt was to help people around me in the community.

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October 26, 2020

The History of IT Certification

The first technology company that offered a certification program for users of their products was Santa Cruz Operation (SCO), a UNIX OS vendor. SCO started offering certification that tested proficiency in their UNIX product line in 1985.

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October 26, 2020

Open does not Always mean Open Source

Open Source refers to software released under a license that gives other software developers access to modify the original Source code that was used to create the software.

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