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Sarika A
Introduction:  In this article we will acquaint you with the most up to date kid on the square, which is none other than the Robotic Process Automation a.k.a RPA. Be that as it may, every execution of the RPA programming is the same than the others in particular however wind up being the same, and simply that, makes it troublesome for you to… (Show more)
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Alyssa Del-Valle
Got a big exam coming up but struggle with study skills? Have trouble keeping focus while taking your exam? Do nerves creep up before or during your exam? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then congratulations, welcome to the life of a hardworking student!   Life as a student can come with its pain points, but check out a few of… (Show more)
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Jared Crane
At Macmillan Learning we highly value the opportunities we get to spend with both instructors and students. It is integral to our design process to partner with those groups to refine our products and make sure they are meeting user needs. Working directly with students also gives us the opportunity to step back and get a fresh perspective on the… (Show more)
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Jeff Bergin
I’m so pleased to see Michael Feldstein reference codesign and learning research in his post (Good Enough vs. Better Enough). These are two important aspects of research-based educational product design. In fact, they are critical precursors to efficacy and driving better student outcomes. Codesign ensures that we are solving the right problems… (Show more)
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Adam Black
Learning opens doors and changes lives. And, student success is driven by great instructors.   That’s why we’re passionate about providing both with tools that realize potential - tools that are empathetic, impactful, grounded in learning science, leverage insights from data, and are systematically measured and refined. Given how high the… (Show more)
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Isabel McCullough
Managing all of your college classes can be a full time job, but most college students have to balance their classes with extracurriculars as well. Spending time outside the classroom is a huge part of the college experience. Whether those experiences happen while playing on a sports field, in the chatter of a newsroom, or backstage of a play,… (Show more)
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emma blisa
If you're looking for Automation Anywhere Interview Questions, you are at right place. There are lot of opportunities from many reputed companies in the world. According to research Automation Anywhere has a market share of about 0.3%. So, You still have opportunity to move ahead in your career in Robotic Process Automation. Mindmajix offers… (Show more)
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Jeff Bergin
We’re delighted to announce the launch of our first combined user-centered design and learning science lab, in Austin, Texas. More than 100 people joined to celebrate the launch and to hear leading experts discuss how research is driving a transformation in the design of next-generation learning products. The lab reflects our commitment to… (Show more)
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Adam Black
We’re delighted to launch our Learning Science and Insights website and share with you our approach. We hope there’s something of interest here to all educators.   Improving learner success is a complex process with many influencing factors. The responsibility couldn’t be greater, and the benefits more profound. So, for our contribution, at… (Show more)
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Kate Geraghty
*This article, authored by Director of Content Standards and co-chair of the EPUB 3 Community Group, Rachel Comeford, was originally posted to epubsecrets, but we asked for permission to re-post it here.    I have a confession: I have never taken a class in accessibility; I have no professional certification for creating, remediating, or testing… (Show more)
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Sarah Calandro
This article was co-authored with design researcher, Allison Abbott and originally published on medium.com. We were then invited to share it here on Macmillan News.     Human-centered design — and the research that goes along with it — is an ambiguous world. The nuances of humanity are messy and hard to pin down; so how can we approach our work to… (Show more)
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