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Meet Mr. Rich Crankshaw: Amazingly Talented Voice Actor & Narrator of “Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness” #Audiobook #Preview #Comingsoon! #Audible_com #ACX_com #iTunes

Rich Crankshaw is an extremely dedicated and motivated, highly skilled and talented professional, experienced, voice actor. In fact, he has almost 25 years of experience. After collaborating with Rich on this audiobook project, I sincerely feel those words accurately describe … Continue reading

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Venus Cover Contest: Who Can Convert Boticelli’s “Birth of Venus” Into An ACX Audiobook Cover?

Can you put Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” on an Audiobook cover? Let me describe you, your talents, skills and abilities. You are: Talented & Gifted. Artistic & Authentic. Creative & Innovative. You are a wizard, a goddess, a genius. … Continue reading

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Peer Effects: Is mixing of abilities the optimal policy?

To track, or not to track students? To mix, or not to mix? Mixed ability classes or grouping of students according to performance levels? Educators have struggled with these questions often, making agonizing decisions about what classroom or what class … Continue reading

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Measuring SLOs: Strategic Cover Letters

Measuring SLOs: Strategic Cover Letters Spotlight for Career Services Professionals, August 17, 2011 by Kevin Gaw, Ph.D. http://bit.ly/pm3wy1 What to Measure and Why The strategically developed cover letter is fairly common in practice because it intuitively makes sense, but the … Continue reading

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Susan Asked A Question: American University – Emancipating the Human Mind

Susan Gordon Director of Career Development at American University http://www.american.edu/careercenter/ Location: Washington D.C. Metro Area Industry: Higher Education What do you think of color on a resume/CV? I’m reviewing resumes for a non-advisor job, and seeing more color than I’ve … Continue reading

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Successful Learning Of English Is Organic: Nurture The Process

Peter Win, is quite impressive in his fluency in Chinese. He is the President of EF China, an English Language Teaching organization. Now here’s the question: How much dedication, hours upon hours of sustained effort, was necessary, for him to … Continue reading

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