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Try This At-Home Side Hustle: Transcribing and Titling Videos - Brainly Insights

Try This At-Home Side Hustle: Transcribing and Titling Videos

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Transcription and translation jobs are rising this year; here's some info on a great freelance opportunity for students at home.

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9 Apps to Revive Your Virtual Learning This Fall
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9 Apps to Revive Your Virtual Learning This Fall

Parents and students are already looking for accessible platforms to pick up where at-home learning leaves them hanging. Here's a shortlist of some we found that can help.

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A World of Hybrid Learning: How to Prep This Summer – Brainly
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A World of Hybrid Learning: How to Prep This Summer

With COVID-19 restrictions ongoing, EDU leaders are facing a blended learning solution for the fall. Summer is a critical time for students to recover learning loss and prepare.

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How a 17-year-old Went Viral Through Online Learning & Collaboration – Brainly Insights
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How a 17-year-old Went Viral Through Online Learning & Collaboration

We sat down with Avi Schiffmann, a 17-year-old overnight celebrity for his COVID-19 global tracking website. He credits online learning communities and digital collaboration for his knowledge.

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7 Apps Every High School Student Needs – Brainly Insights
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7 Apps Every High School Student Needs in 2020

We’ve selected our favorite school apps for high school to help students organize their lives between classes. Read on for our recommendations for scheduling, focusing, relaxing, and more.

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The 7 Best Places to Learn to Code for Free (2019) – Brainly Insights
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The 7 Best Places to Learn to Code for Free (2019)

We've gathered seven free and accessible websites that teach necessary coding languages so you're more likely to remember how to program down the road.

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