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Social Media Shorthand
New to the world of Social Media? Yep, they have their own language. Click on the above link and bookmark this site for future use.
One of the main reasons for going to college is to expand your intellectual, academic, and workplace skills. With that in mind, we recommend that you add the following to your summer and/or winter break reading lists:
Web Literacy For Student Fact Checkers
Focus: Providing college students with 4 investigative skills to sharpen their research techniques in verifying information.
So Here's the Thing...
Ever look in the mirror and say, “Why Me…”? Alyssa shares her own, often hilarious profile ? of college and career success.
A Different Mirror
Understanding the evolution of America’s multicultural roots empowers learners to appreciate the uniqueness that is the United States of America.
Born a Crime
How is it that being born in a country where having a romantic, interracial relationship could put you in jail? Trevor has a real-life tale to tell! ?
It's OK if You're Clueless: and 23 More Tips for the College Bound
Novelist Terry McMillan, as a parent, offers some very useful and, at times, humorous insights for the college bound student.
Learning outside the lines
Two Ivy League Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD Give You the Tools for Academic Success and Educational Revolution.
Cramm This Book: So You Know WTF Is Going On in the World Today
The founder of a news outlet for Gen Z activists provides a very informative format that illuminates world issues and concerns for anyone who cares about the on-going challenges we face as a nation and a major player in world politics.
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Fake News Crap Detectors
Get Your News from the Right, Center, and Left Point of View!
Fake news and misinformation are running rampant these days. So checking regularly the validity of “important information” is critical.
As a digital citizen, you’re obligated to verify any information source that may influence your decision making, whether it be academic, personal, and/or professional.
Protecting Life, liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness is more of our responsibility today than the U.S. Constitutional fathers originally intended.
That means checking your info and validating it before sharing it with social media.
So add the American Library Association’s list of Fact Check sites. to your personal resource list.
You’ll be glad you did!
From time to time, we’ll be sharing insights and perspectives from other voices in the field of college and career success.
Listening to these different voices will provide you with an invaluable source of expert “second opinion” information you can use in planning your best pathways to achieve your college and career goals.
Make sure you send feedback to our contributors. They enjoy hearing from you as much as we do!
Read for fun, leisure, and the occasional academic pursuit! – Order your own personal copy through Amazon. Or you can always borrow a copy from your academic or public library.
Additional College-Related Information Resources
From time to time, we get requests to share information resources that may be of interest to you as a college student.
We make an effort to vet all of our upload requests. And you should do the same!
Download our handy dandy CRAAP Detector Fact Sheet if you think you might need assistance checking out the validity of these and other information resources you may encounter along the way!
Just click on the links below to access the information directly:
Disclaimer Reminder: A college student’s first line of inquiry should always be with their campus academic adviser. College Success Life Advising Sessions provide additional problem-solving options to undergraduate and graduate students for further exploration on their individual campuses. Students should always consult their assigned adviser not only during the course selection process but periodically to keep apprised of programmatic changes, testing requirements, course additions/deletions, GPA modifications, etc.
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