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Getting a First-Rate Business Education Online – Free

Sonia Simone over at Copyblogger has a nice post on How to Get a First-Class Online Business Education. Her focus is specifically on online business – i.e., how to create and run a successful online

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Social Media Explained Visually

If you are reading Mission to Learn, chances are good that you already feel comfortable with the whole social media thing. But maybe not. Or maybe you are always on the lookout for new ways to explain

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Where to Find Free Computer Programming Education Online

With so many people looking to pick up new skills in a tough job market, now seems like a good time to offer guidance on where to find valuable training for free. Here’s a post from Karen Schweitzer

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12 Online Resources for Book Lovers

If you are a dyed-in-the-wool book lover like I am, you know that immersing yourself in a book or in the literary culture is a great way to get more out of the books you read. There are thousands of sites

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10 Killer Content Sources for Your iPod Learning Mix

I sing the praises of podcasts as a learning medium from time to time. After reading an article recently about how the Warwick School of Business is using iTunes University to deliver content in its MBA

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10 Essential Tips for Navigating a More Open World

With the world more “flat” and open than ever before, it helps tremendously to have a clear set of strategies for making sense of it all. Curtis Bonk, author of The World is Open, provides

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7 Free, Focused Resources for Learning a Little Spanish Without Signing Up

I have a specific learning need I am trying to address, and I suspect many others have a similar need. Namely, I need to learn a little Spanish. More accurately, I need to re-learn a little Spanish. I

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30 High-Value Tips and Resources for Learning on the Cheap

In the “new normal” of the global economy, many of us are wondering how best to continue learning without spending a ton of money. Maybe we want to develop new skills that keep us employed

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