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Age of Exploration Final Project Reflection: Collaboration in Large-Scale Projects

June 12, 2013


Besides the fact that coming to a final verdict in the convention was an immense task, which I now by the way respect much more after doing this project and cooperating with 15 other students, and disputing out project plan, The constitutional convention was one of the biggest government-forming events of all time. The members […]

Research Tips and Pointers

November 8, 2012


This is a follow up to my previous post, Two Steps Towards a Killer Presentation. So, we all know that in order to make a presentation awesome, the content has to be as well, it’s just as simple as that. Your presentation could be as interesting as the Mona Lisa, a Michael Bay film, or […]

Two Steps Towards a Killer Presentation

October 4, 2012


There are a million different ways to present a project, or research that one has done, but what is the most effective way to do so? Short and sweet: to keep the viewers engaged and interested. If there is only one thing that I get out of Mike’s Age of Exploration class, is how to […]