Mots clefs ‘Éducation’


THE DEATH OF AN INSTITUTION is a humorous take on entrepreneurs and employees. It takes us through the journey from the birth of an idea to its death and offers an opportunity to
not only identify personal and organizational flaws, but nurture talent and potential, improve performance and make life more endurable for contemporaries. Its goal is the overall development
of employers and employees as people, and their relationship being symbiotic rather than parasitic, striving to make a better organization.

Understanding and Surmounting your Challenges

This book was written to help those who may be in any of these stages of life: those who have experienced difficult times; those that are going through it at the moment; and those who will pass through it in the future. Its purpose is to make people understand that challenges have become part of human existence since the fall of man. It is not a question of if; rather, when we will experience challenges. In view of the fact that we cannot run away from it, it becomes imperative to learn how we can handle it.

My Secrets of Passing Exams 3 : How to develop retentive memory

Part Three: How to develop retentive memory and master self control, discipline and determination – In this concluding Part of the series, the reader learns skills with which to develop knowledge in the long term; skills which will help to pass not only this exam, but also that next one. The pathway of becoming a successful student is described here; and this is the one that makes intended results the norm, not the exception. Skills taught in this Part include how to: do and to repeat acts of learning, create patterns to form a thought structure, selectively store structured knowledge, and retrieve information from your knowledge base.

My Secrets of Passing Exams 2 : rules of passing

Part Two: Rules of Passing Exams and how to Apply them – In this second Part of the series, the author takes the reader through the physical, social and mental principles of passing exams. Part Two focuses on something deeper than the regular how-to-write-exam instructions. It looks at things from another angle that teaches students how to apply the rules, focusing on that initial stage of getting the basic tools for exam success. This book provides a road map for improving exam performance by applying a proper analytical approach to grasping a broad work scope.

My Secrets of Passing Exams Part One : the Right attitude

This book will help you navigate the path to exam success. Its principles are generally applicable; the author has taught them to several students experiencing academic difficulties, often with remarkable results. From this book, you will learn to: • wisely invest your time in studying; • store knowledge in an organised manner for both short- and long-term purposes; • master your memory, manage and control the events leading up to your exams and ultimately; • focus on the one goal that matters – your success. In what is surely the equivalent of a master illusionist revealing his secrets, Livinus Nosike tackles the one main question that burns daily in the heart of every struggling student: how can I graduate with good grades? Livinus systematically takes the reader through the physical, social and mental principles of passing exams. For the first time, he provides in My Secrets of Passing Exams a written guide on how to achieve academic success even in the most challenging situations. A must-read for everyone who hasn’t got it all figured out.

21st Century Internet : What you need to know

This book presents what the internet is today, how it works and how to use it. The 21 Century Internet: What you Need to Know will guide you on blogging and microblogging; on social networks, tweeting, pinging, and webscraping. You will become familiar with new internet tools such as RSS, API, AJAX and RIA. You will also understand the concept of cloud computing , video and audio conferencing, and learn how to easily use internet applications on your mobile.

It will help you to know:

  • the definition, aims, brief history and present scope of the Internet,
  • the push and pull technology and the structure of the Internet,
  •  the configuration of URLs and how to use them to get Internet resources
  • about website design, owning a website and domain name system,
  • about Internet Services Providers, types of connection and the requirements,
  • about privacy policies and statements on the internet

You will learn how to:

  • logon, browse, open email accounts, chat and download from the Internet,
  • use search engines to explore for jobs, scholarships and other opportunities,
  • recognize and rectify problems you encounter while browsing,
  •  add favorite sites, monitor browsing history and set preferences,
  • detect, avoid and block spammers, scammers and fraudsters,
  • access specific sites for any information


You will find information about e-commerce, ebooks, Web 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 and the New Internet; about the advantages and disadvantages of the global network in the 21st Century.