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Social Media as a News Source

Social media: The new news source

Are more people turning to social media for breaking news? And can we trust the news that social media delivers to be accurate and factual? Check out this infographic to learn more about the changing face of news delivery and how social media may end up leading the charge.

Death of manners

The death of manners

In this infographic, we share shocking stats about just how rude today’s society is—and why old-fashioned manners have become extinct.

Social Media

Why social media isn't a waste of time

Think social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are a waste of time? According to recent reports from Nielsen and Pew Internet, Americans actually find lots of use for their beloved networks. Find out the specifics in this infographic.

Tips for taking the SAT

Acing the SAT

Studying, SAT test-prep and tutors all help, but what else can high school students to increase their chances of acing the SAT? Find out in this inforgaphic.

Student sleep : Sleep deprivation among college students

Student sleep: How sleep deprivation affects college students

While staying up into the wee hours of morning is part and parcel of college student life, this infographic sheds some light on the negative effects of sleep deprivation. Are you getting enough sleep?

American Jobs Act

American Jobs Act: How does it affect you?

President Obama proposes to increase jobs and consumer confidence, decrease the unemployment rate and prevent a slide into another recession. How can this be done? Find out in this infographic.

Cheater, cheater: students and plagiarism

Cheating in school: How the digital age affects cheating and plagiarism

Today’s students appear to be cheating in school more than ever. The worst part? They don’t even know it. Learn more in this cool infographic.

Students prefer digital textbooks

How far students will go to get rid of textbooks--and why

Students are willing to go to great lengths in order never to carry a textbook again—including giving up dating for a whole year! To find out why students are so anti-textbook, check out our latest infographic.

Digital devices to replace textbooks

Digital learning: Final chapter for textbooks?

As students become more and more dependent on digital devices, will textbooks become extinct? Find out in this infographic.

Degree decision : How to choose a college major

Degree decisions: How to choose a college major

Is it better to choose a college major based on its level of difficulty, or the amount of money it might someday make you? In this infographic, we visually plot out popular college majors based on both of these factors.

Degree value : Degrees by salary

Degree value in dollars: It pays to be unpopular

Which major makes you the most money? Find out the monetary value of your degree in this eye-catching visual.

How to get a career education

How to choose a career-focused education

Today's students want a career-focused college education. Unfortunately, the current education system is failing to prepare them for career success. Luckily, though, we've come up with several work-arounds. Use this graphic to map out your path to a career-focused college education.

Reading professors like an open facebook

How college professors use Facebook

It's a known fact that students are Facebook-obsessed. A new survey shows that teachers might rival their younger counterparts when it comes to social media use. Find out how professors are using social media in this colorful infographic.

Reading students like an open facebook, or how social media is reshaping college admissions

How facebook is reshaping college admissions

Do admissions officers look at the Facebook profiles of prospective students? And if so, do they make admissions decisions based on these profiles? Find out in this enlightening infographic.

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