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Top-quality customer service skills will help you become a successful e-commerce merchant. Learn how to improve your online customer service skills and what techniques you should be implementing for your online ...

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Showing photos to friends? If the pictures move too slowly, you bore your audience. If they move to fast, you annoy them. Here's how to set the speed in several common programs. (Timing is everything, and doubly so in presentations.
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Intercultural Dining Etiquette and Table Manners. Posted on July 3, 2011 by chiasuanchong. This week, a future mother-in-law wrote a enraged email to her step-son's fiancee criticising her fussy eating habits and lack of table manners ...


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Etiquette expert Nancy R. Mitchell explains established rules and nuances of formal dining etiquette.


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A Step By Step Guide On How to Create Assignments in Google Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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A Step By Step Guide On How to Create Assignments in Google
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Google Classroom allows you to easily create, share and collect assignments with your students paperlessly. Being integrated with other services such as Gmail, Drive and Google Docs, Classroom provides teachers with an intuitive platform preeminently geared towards enhancing the assignment flow between teachers and students.

As a teacher, you have access to several features related to your assignments. You can, for example, use the same assignment in different classes. You can also choose whether you want your students to work on individual copies of the assignment or work on the same copy. Moreover, Classroom lets you share individualized feedback with your students and track how they are faring on their assignments.

Here is an illustrative visual from Google Class help page explaining the assignment flow between teachers and students:



To create an assignment on Google Classroom, follow these instructions as stated in Help page:

1- Sign in to Classroom at classroom.google.com.
2- Select a class.
3- Click at the bottom, and click Create assignment.
4- Enter the title of the assignment.
5- Enter any additional instructions if needed.
6- (Optional) Click Due date to select a date from the calendar. By default, the assignment is due the next day. To create an assignment with no due date, click .
7- (Optional) Click Time to select a time from the drop-down list or enter a custom time.
8- Click Save.
9- (Optional) To upload a file, click , select the file and click Upload.
10- (Optional) To attach a Google Drive item, such as a Google Doc, a Slides presentation, or another file from Drive:

Click .
Locate and select the relevant item and click Add.

11- (Optional) If you attach a Drive item, choose how students can interact with the item. Click Students can view file next to the attached item to set the appropriate option:

Select Students can view file if you want all students to read the same file, but not change it.
Select Students can edit file if you want all students to make changes in the same file.
Select Make a copy for each student if you want each student to have an individual copy of the file that they can change as needed.

12- (Optional) To attach a YouTube video, click and choose one of these options:
To attach a video link:

Click URL.
Enter the link for the YouTube video and click Add.

To search for a video to attach:

Click Video search.
Enter keywords in the YouTube search bar.
Click the video that you want to attach and click Add.

13- To attach a link, enter the relevant link text and click Add.
14- If you decide that you don't need the attachment, click X next to the attachment.
15- (Optional) To give the assignment to another class as well, click the class name next to the attachment icons and select any additional classes.
16- Do one of the following options:

If you want to post the assignment immediately, click Assign.
If you want to save the assignment for a later date, click the arrow next to Assign and select Save draft.

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Get your thank you notes ready before the interview!

 

Just as the article states...thank you notes could be the difference that sets you apart if you are one of the final candidates.

 

They should be personalized so that the interviewer knows that you listened, they should be injected with your professional brand, and should demonstrate your enthusiasm, and contributions you will make if selected to join their team!

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Always send Thank You notes after an interview.

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• An email is forever. It lives on in our archives for years. Is this how you want to be remembered? How would your email look as a courtroom exhibit?

• You can’t control where an email goes after you send it. The recipient might innocently send it to another friend or business contact, who shares it with someone else unknown to you. You get the picture.

• Don’t assume that just because your colleagues don’t speak up that they are comfortable with your coarse language.

We work hard to provide a work environment that is positive and professional. Offensive language, whether we’re speaking or writing, has no place in the office.

While we’re on the subject, here are a few more good rules to follow:

• Don’t use your work email as your personal email. Establish a personal email account to communicate with friends and family. And then use that account on your own time.

• Break the chain. When the subject changes, don’t continue to build on it.

• Take a minute before sending to check spelling and to look for missing words. As was mentioned above, your email could be routed to many other recipients. You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.

What great common-sense advice this HR director has provided his employees.

Everything about image has to do with common sense, but technology, for all the good it offers, has created a shield where often common sense is not employed.

From the Facebook posts of high school students, to the not so innocent texts of politicians, common sense can easily be lost to the wind. The result could be harmed reputations and relationships. A little common sense goes a long way.


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