Why does an Emergency Kit matter?

Why an emergency kit matters and how to prepare one for 72 hours.

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What is Privacy Online?

Using the web today can mean giving up a little privacy. The popular websites we use often collect information about nearly everything we do online. By understanding privacy online, we can be aware of how our information is being used and take steps to protect it.

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What is Project Management Basics?

At work or school, teamwork can be a challenge. When people have different specialities and priorities, it can be difficult to keep the team working smoothly. That’s why projects often need someone who keeps things on track. This video introduces the basics of project management.

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What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is a growing threat to computer users, from large corporations to individuals. This video explains the concept and what can be done to prevent it.

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What is Saving Money (Compound Interest)?

An introduction to the magic of compound interest and how it helps money grow over time.

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What is Credit Card Responsibility?

Credit Cards have become a part of modern life that comes with significant risks. This video introduces the high-level concepts of using credit cards responsibly.

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What is Deep Web?

When it comes to research, search engines are not enough. Waiting just out of their sight is a world of valuable resources called the Hidden or Deep Web.

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Documents: What is Online vs Local?

Documents play the same role they always have, but how we create and share them has evolved significantly. This video explains online documents and how they differ from local documents saved on a computer.

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What is Encryption on the Web?

We now depend on the Internet for so many sensitive things like bank transactions and private emails. Behind the scenes, encryption is working to make it all secure and this video explains the basics.

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What is Flipped Classroom?

For generations, students learned concepts in the classroom and then practiced at home. Today, an idea called the flipped classroom is changing this process and helping teachers make better use of class time. This video explains the flipped classroom.

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