Alegent Health School of Medical Assisting – Omaha, NE
Bellevue University – Bellevue, NE
Bryan College of Health Sciences – Lincoln, NE
Capitol School of Hairstyling & Esthetics – Omaha, NE
Central Community College – Grand Island, NE
Chadron State College – Chadron, NE
CHI Health Immanuel Medical Center – Omaha, NE
Clarkson College – Omaha, NE
College of Hair Design – East – Lincoln, NE
College of Saint Mary – Omaha, NE
Creighton University – Omaha, NE
Dana College – Blair, NE
Doane College – Crete, NE
Grace University – Omaha, NE
Hastings College – Hastings, NE
Joseph?s College of Cosmetology – Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
La’James International College – Fremont, NE
Little Priest Tribal College – Winnebago, NE
Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital – Hastings, NE
Metropolitan Community College – Omaha, NE
Mid-Plains Community College – South Campus – North Platte, NE
Midland University – Fremont, NE
Myotherapy Institute – Lincoln, NE
Nebraska Christian College – Papillion, NE
Nebraska Indian Community College – Macy, NE
Nebraska Methodist College of Nursing and Allied Health – Omaha, NE
Nebraska Wesleyan University – Lincoln, NE
Northeast Community College – Norfolk, NE
Peru State College – Peru, NE
Regional West Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology – Scottsbluff, NE
Southeast Community College Area – Lincoln, NE
Summit Christian College – Gering, NE
The Creative Center – Omaha, NE
Universal College of Healing Arts – Omaha – Omaha, NE
University of Nebraska – Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
University of Nebraska – Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture – Curtis, NE
University of Nebraska at Kearney – Kearney, NE
University of Nebraska at Omaha – Omaha, NE
University of Nebraska Medical Center – Omaha, NE
Vatterott College – Omaha – Omaha, NE
Vatterott College – Spring Valley Campus – Omaha, NE
Wayne State College – Wayne, NE
Western Nebraska Community College – Scottsbluff, NE
Xenon International Academy II, Inc. – Omaha, NE
York College – York, NE
Parties, music, video games, dating, road trips, social groups, fraternities, sororities. It’s actually a long list. College life for many students consists of scheduled classes and daytime or nighttime studying. The space in between might be filled with part-time work, but also quite possibly a myriad of distractions.
College life is exciting. There is no other time in life quite like it. College life most definitely does not mirror the rigid structure of the daily work world. Beginning college and staying on track in the first year requires personal discipline and an awareness of how college life’s many distractions can interfere with academics.
Plugging into college fun is typically the easy part. Achieving a true balance between academics and everything else is often a skill that is acquired over several semesters. Study habits become very important for most all college students because those who build their college career on “cramming” the night before a test will run the risk of serious academic underperformance if not academic failure.
So, being committed to academic achievement needs to be a deliberate personal choice. How you go about honoring this goal is completely up to you. Having a plan for studying every day is a strategy that works for a majority of college students. This daily time allotment for studying will yield tremendous benefits to one’s GPA and peace of mind.
Word Hippo is an online dictionary/thesaurus which offers a wide range of other tools including opposites, rhyming words, translation, and lots more besides.
There are probably other sites which offer the same or similar features, but I liked the simplicity of Word Hippo. The example sentences function is particularly useful for students and teachers who want to see how words are used in context.…
The Visual Thesaurus is an interactive dictionary and thesaurus which creates word maps that blossom with meanings and branch to related words. Its innovative display encourages exploration and learning. You’ll understand language in a powerful new way.
Say you have a meaning in mind, like “happy.” The VT helps you find related words, from “cheerful” to “euphoric.” The best part is the VT works like your brain, not a paper-bound book. You’ll want to explore just to see what might happen. You’ll discover — and learn — naturally and intuitively. You’ll find the right word, write more descriptively, free associate — and gain a more precise understanding of the English language.
With the Visual Thesaurus, you can:
- Find the right word. The VT has over 145,000 English words and 115,000 meanings. Find the word
Lexipedia is an online visual semantic network with dictionary and thesaurus reference functionality built on Vantage Learning‘s Multilingual ConceptNet. Lexipedia presents words with their semantic relationships displayed in an animated visual word web. Lexipedia contains an expanded version of the English Wordnet and supports six languages; English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish languages.…