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What is an EPP code?

EPP code or Extensible Provisioning Protocol code is authorization code needed when transferring your Domain to a new host.

What are Research Papers?

Nearly every student is asked to write a research paper and this video illustrates how research papers are not simply an assignment, but an opportunity to practice important skills that are useful in the real world.

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What is the relation between Social Media and the Workplace?

Social media has changed the way that organizations think about communicating publicly. Instead of simple press releases, organizations are now using the same tools as customers to share information and support users.

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What is Affiliate Marketing?

Using the story of a book blogger named Shauna, this video explains the basics of affiliate marketing.

What is Peer Review?

A big challenge for students is sifting through mountains of information to find high-quality sources for research papers. This video explains why peer-reviewed articles can be useful to students and what makes the articles more trustworthy than other sources.

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What are QR Codes?

An introduction to QR Code technology which makes the real world clickable like a website.

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What is Constructive Criticism / Feedback?

Feedback can take many forms and produce a variety of outcomes. The best results come when feedback and criticism are presented constructively. This key skill requires an understanding of why constructive criticism matters and how to use it effectively.

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What are Blogs?

A short introduction to blogs - how they work and why they matter.

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What is Phishing Scams?

A short guide to recognizing and avoiding email phishing scams.

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What are secure websites?

This video focuses on what makes websites secure and how to recognize a secure one based on signals in the web browser.

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