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Month: November 2016

The Era of Information at our Fingertips

The Era of Information at our Fingertips

Since the beginning days of the Internet in the 1970’s, we have been able to communicate at an intensity and level that we have never seen before. Information and communication are constantly at our fingertips for us to grasp and do what we want with it. Before the internet, obtaining the information that you need could have taken hours or days to find. If you were doing research, you would have to use actual books from the actual library (scary, I know)….

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Plagiarism in the life of a scientist

Plagiarism in the life of a scientist

Copying someone else’s work and claiming it as your own is a very fast way to discredit yourself as a professional. Plagiarism is commonly defined as stealing an idea and making it your own, or not giving credit where credit is due. The sad things is that at least 36% of undergraduates in the United States have admitted to plagiarizing, according to plagiarism.org, and 59% of high school students admitted to cheating on a test at least once. In order to…

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Exploring the Theories of Human Communication

Exploring the Theories of Human Communication

Humans have maintained contact and communication with each other for thousands of years on Earth. Our methods of communications with each other have included using languages, drawings, sounds, and even sign language. Everything on this planet has its own method of communication. Whether is be animals, technology, or humans, there is an understanding on how to go about communicating with each other. Communication is a dynamic topic, because it is going to constantly evolve as time goes on. The lack…

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Preparing Scholars For Success: CICS

Preparing Scholars For Success: CICS

Technology has become the face of the world’s future whether people want to accept it or not. Our daily lives are run by technology here in the United States of America. How do you most people get to work? Their car, or a subway train ran by technology. What do most people listen to on the way to work, if not the radio? Music setup through Bluetooth in their car. Smart homes are even becoming more prevalent as companies create new…

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