Techniques to Help e-Learning

Written by Catherine Franz

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When previewing follow ideas and major concepts more closely rather than words. Let titles and heading provide clues and guidance. Ifrepparttar author is playing cutesy withrepparttar 109320 headings —repparttar 109321 title doesn't matchrepparttar 109322 contents--rewriterepparttar 109323 headings so that they fit something that can help your memory.

By readingrepparttar 109324 introductory and concluding paragraphs first, you will also be able to calculate what you're reading pace will need to be, how much time you will need to set aside, andrepparttar 109325 amount of effort.


Take special care of your eyes when reading fromrepparttar 109326 computer screen. Take frequent eye breaks by refocusing them on some object far away. If your eyes are bothering you, there are special computer reading eye drops available. If you wear bifocals, ask your eye doctor orrepparttar 109327 lens manufacturer to raiserepparttar 109328 starting line to accommodate computer use. This will also stop neck strain caused byrepparttar 109329 slight movement of up and down to alignrepparttar 109330 bifocal line so that you can readrepparttar 109331 screen. Blessrepparttar 109332 doctor who told me about this. This adjustment removedrepparttar 109333 neck pain since.

Don't slouch. Frequently it is easy to lower shoulders and neck. This occurs most often whenrepparttar 109334 monitor is not atrepparttar 109335 ideal position -- eye level. This also adds tension torepparttar 109336 neck and shoulders resulting in muscle cramping. If you tiltrepparttar 109337 screen up, at a higher angle, whererepparttar 109338 screen’s center points toward your nose, you will reduce tension and cramping.


We tend to assume that our reading pace remainsrepparttar 109339 same for Net browsing and for e-Learning. Not true. e-Learning requiresrepparttar 109340 same flexibility as if you are reading a book. The pace depends on reading skills, type of material, andrepparttar 109341 quality of its presentation. Allow your pace to change depending onrepparttar 109342 information. Let go of comparing how long it takes when you read it in printed form vs. online form. Allow flexibility in study time until you learn to gagerepparttar 109343 material with your own level.


Allow your inquisitiveness to be open while studying. Record questions that appear within your thoughts. A great way to expand or answerrepparttar 109344 question is to writerepparttar 109345 question onrepparttar 109346 top of a blank page. Set a timer for 7 to 10 minutes and write fast anything that shows up. Atrepparttar 109347 end ofrepparttar 109348 writing, write a summary sentence or two of what you wrote.

Did your free write answerrepparttar 109349 question? If not, you may want to continue through a few more timed exercises. Or let it go forrepparttar 109350 moment, return to your studying, and add it to your research list. Free writing is always a great way to access deeper meaning being stored in your subconscious.

The most important key to any type of learning is to find your own rhythm and stride and have fun withrepparttar 109351 whole process. Retention is best absorbed while relaxed, open and curious.

Catherine Franz, a Business Coach, specialized in writing, marketing and product development. Newsletters and additional articles: blog:

The Remote Viewers' Matrix Explained

Written by Jonina (Joni) Dourif

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However, long before Carl Jung was born, inrepparttar third century, people practiced something called alchemy. They spoke of "the Philosopher's Stone" which was thought to signifyrepparttar 109319 force behindrepparttar 109320 evolution of life andrepparttar 109321 universal binding power. The force that unites minds and souls in a human oneness. Inrepparttar 109322 third century??? Where were people getting such ideas?

Throughoutrepparttar 109323 tapestry of history of mankind there have been signs describingrepparttar 109324 unifying force that connects all human lives. Descriptions, telling us that we can access a vast body of knowledge, that we are reallyrepparttar 109325 wizards behindrepparttar 109326 curtains. Today, I hear people say, if it's so easy then why don't we already know how to do it? Must we be brilliant people to penetrate this facade of ignorance?

The difference between history's message and what we at PSI TECH say is that we found that universal road to Oz but we don't know what hides behindrepparttar 109327 curtains. We have to look there each and every time to answer each and every question. We can do it and so can you! We have found a way for all humans to access this body of knowledge and you need not be brilliant or particularly learned, you only need to be able to follow a certain set of protocols. The protocols are called TRV or Technical Remote Viewing andrepparttar 109328 process has proven time and time again to be able to successfully retrieve accurate information fromrepparttar 109329 Matrix. TRV has no requirement of belief or faith. It is not prejudice of race, religion or culture. The process itself is not personal. It's standardized and it only requires a certain willingness to follow simple directions in a somewhat disciplined way. We can't sell you any more then history has thatrepparttar 109330 Matrix really exits but we can show you how to access it over and over again.

The discovery of such a thing asrepparttar 109331 "matrix" andrepparttar 109332 practical use of its treasure chest of knowledge can be compared to that of Prometheus bringing fire fromrepparttar 109333 heavens forrepparttar 109334 first time. It is almost impossible to grasprepparttar 109335 profound meaning ofrepparttar 109336 impact of access to unlimited knowledge for a human being. I can tell you for one, that all of us participating in this journey are awed byrepparttar 109337 application andrepparttar 109338 meaning ofrepparttar 109339 quest.

"Eternal truth needs a human language that alters withrepparttar 109340 spirit ofrepparttar 109341 times." - C.G. Jung

A professional remote viewer, Jonina (Joni) Dourif was one of the first civilians trained in this formerly Top Secret technology. In 1989 PSI TECH ushered Remote Viewing out of the U.S. Military. Shortly thereafter, Joni was asked on-board to commercialize Technical Remote Viewing® for the public domain. Joni continues to lead PSI TECH into the future on the cutting edge of PSI and mind technology. &

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