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Teachers use Social Media as a Medium in Education

The use of social media in education continues to be something of a hot topic with arguments both for and against using Facebook as a 'broadcast' account. This is a one-way communication from the school to parents, as an information portal to make more effective approach. This is a great use of social media for many reasons including: quick, easy, ...
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PUBG Update: Add Up New Control and Chat Options for Beta Version

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle game which was developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole. The game is based on previous mods that were created by Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene. In the game, up to one h ...
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West African Giraffe is Clearly at a Verge of Extinction

The West African giraffe, Niger giraffe or Nigerien giraffe known to be a subspecies of the giraffe distinguished by its light brown colored spots, which is found in the Sahel regions of West Africa.  In 2011, this subspecies only survives in a few limited areas those too containing about 400 individuals in total. It was last found in groups i ...
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Water Loss in Endorheic Basins

Without water, we can't survive. Water is necessary for plants but only a small amount of water taken up by the roots is used for growth and metabolism. Water loss control includes utility efforts to manage leakage to economically low levels, and reducing metering and billing errors such that reliable me ...
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The Era When European Conquest Over Hispaniola Challenged by African Maroon

Hispaniola is the ground of the first permanent European settlement in the American land, which was founded by Christopher Columbus on his voyages in 1492 and 1493. This island is categorised between two separate, sovereign nations first is the Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic and second is French Creole-speaking Haiti. African resistance strong ...
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Government Takes Initiative to Improve Class 10 Results

Class 10 board exams are indeed a very crucial stage in every student’s life. Both students and parents are extremely stressed about it. Every parent wants their ward to perform the best in the board examinations. Just after analysis of the mid-term exam answer scripts of science, maths and social science of selected government schools, it ha ...
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Intel’s New Initiative in the Education Sector

One of the most important sectors in India that requires improvement is the Education Sector. One such initiative has been taken by Intel. Intel has brought some of the most cutting-edge technology to schools and museums across the country with the “Intel Tech Learning Lab”. This initiative by Intel will help in preparing the students t ...
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Tips and Tricks to Score More in Board Exams

Examination usually leads to a lot of tension and anxiety commonly known as examination phobia in most of the students. Students are mostly worried of what to study, how to study and how to score good marks. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting Class 10th Board Examination 2019 from the month of Feb ...
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The History of Roller Skates

Roller-skating is a recreational and competitive sport for every kind of age group in which the participants basically use special shoes which are fitted with small wheels to move about on plain or paved surfaces. Roller-skating sports include speed skating, hockey, figure skating, and dancing competitions similar to the ice-skating sports, a ...
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Some Animals and Birds That Makes the Craziest Noises

In general there may be differences in the voice which seems to be unrelated with the attitude of the animal. Like Cheetahs may be swift runners, but they sound more like birds in flight like shouting in the air. The big cats chirp when communicating with other cheetahs, to avoid attracting another, less closely related relative the lion, whi ...
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