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Reading Assignments: Crash Course Study Skills #2

Reading Assignments: Crash Course Study Skills #2

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Hi, I’m Thomas Frank, this is Crash Course Study Skills, and I’ve got some bad news for you. You know that little voice in the back of your head that’s telling you it’s impossible to read all 847 pages your teacher assigned you last week? It’s right. To counter that with some good news, though: […]

The Soldier who fought in 3 Armies

The Soldier who fought in 3 Armies

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It was October 18th, 1965… the outdated South Vietnam Air Force H-34 helicopter… hugged tightly to the mountainous terrain of the Phước Sơn District of Vietnam. As the French and Americans had found this reliable… but old workhorse was not well suited for frontline combat duty… due to its low speed and large silhouette. But […]

Welcome to Linnaeus University Library

Welcome to Linnaeus University Library

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At the information desk we can help you with your searches and questions about our services Ask us about help with searching and finding relevant information for your studies We also have lots of information and instruction films about finding information and the different functions of the library I’m looking for this book, where can […]

Crash Course Study Skills Preview

Crash Course Study Skills Preview

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Hi, I’m Thomas Frank and I wanna welcome you to a series that’s a little bit different than anything you’ve seen here on Crash Course before. While every other series up to this point has helped you explore and learn about actual academic subjects, like World History, Computer Science, and Literature, here we’ll be learning […]

How to design a library that makes kids want to read | Michael Bierut

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So there’s this thing called the law of unintended consequences. I thought it was just like a saying, but it actually exists, I guess. There’s, like, academic papers about it. And I’m a designer. I don’t like unintended consequences. People hire me because they have consequences that they really intend, and what they intend is […]

13 Essential, Science-Backed Study Tips

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– Hey what is up guys? So in today’s video, we’re gonna be covering 13 effective study tips that are all backed by science which you can find linked in description down below later on if you are curious. Now I’m doing this video right now because we are just about into final exam season […]

Study Computer Science at KEA

Study Computer Science at KEA

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When I tell people that I study Computer Science – – they think that I’m sitting in a dark basement coding. But, of course, that is not the case. You learn how to code and design a program. What does a computer look like? How does a computer work? You learn how to develop apps, […]

Study With The Best: Stories from the Summer

Study With The Best: Stories from the Summer

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♪ [THEME MUSIC] ♪ >>>WELCOME TO “STUDY WITH THE BEST.” THE MAGAZINE SHOW THAT’S ALL ABOUT CUNY. I’M TINABETH PINA. ON TODAY’S SHOW WE HEAD OUTDOORS FOR SUMMER STORIES. WE HAVE POETRY IN THE PARK. BUTTERFLIES IN THE GARDEN. GRAFFITI IN THE COURT AND SO MUCH MORE. BUT FIRST — WHAT’S THE ANNUAL EVENT THAT […]

Why Business Books Will Ruin Your Life

Why Business Books Will Ruin Your Life

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There are two ways to make a burger, You can spend decades practicing and perfecting your burger, You can pour your heart and soul into every burger that you make Always being creative with the ingredients always innovating and trying to make something that you are proud of. Or you can make a fast food […]

McGill Libraries: McLennan Library

McGill Libraries: McLennan Library

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Welcome to the McLennan Library, the major Arts and Humanities Library. Its steel book stacks and glass floors make the library one of McGill only fireproof buildings. The main floor of the branch holds the library services, course reserves and a large open study area. Here you’ll find the printing services, and many individual and […]