Student Debt-to-Income Ratios Lowest in California, Highest in Mississippi

Average college costs in 2020-2021 for full-time undergraduates range from $18,550 for in-district students at two-year public schools to $54,880 for students at four-year, private nonprofit schools, according to College Board. The newest Student Loan Hero study takes a deeper look by evaluating student debt-to-income (DTI) ratios among borrowers. Researchers examined median student loan debt […]

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Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

As a leader, your team and organization rely on you to have good judgement and make the right decision with the information you have. Good decisions are the product of strong critical thinking skills and thoughtful problem solving. And like all skills, you can learn, practice, and get better at them. In this course, Dr. Eric Zackrison helps you do just that. He shows how to critically assess the source of information and how to determine the right approach to take. Eric also demonstrates strategies for approaching both simple and complex problems, and details taking your team through the entire life cycle of a challenging decision. He also imparts an understanding of common traps people fall into when solving problems, both individually and as a team. After this course, you’ll have the tools to approach your next problem more critically and solve it more effectively.

This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.

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Azure Logic Apps

Logic Apps simplify app integration, data integration, system integration, enterprise application integration (EAI), and business-to-business (B2B) communication, whether in the cloud, on premises, or both. In this course, instructor Vishwas Lele introduces you to Azure Logic Apps, shows you how to take apps from design to deployment, explains the Azure Event Grid, and offers some useful tips and tricks. Vishwas begins by explaining the role of Azure Logic Apps and how the serverless architecture of Logic Apps helps in better scaling and cut costs. He walks you through each step in designing, developing, building, and deploying your own logic apps. Vishwas goes over concepts for event-based logic apps as well as integration accounts. He concludes with useful tips and tricks on topics including connection limits, workflows, and many more.

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FigJam First Look

Brainstorm better with FigJam. Learn about the new whiteboard collaboration tool for user experience and design thinking projects. This short introductory course explores the FigJam collaborative workflow and deep integration with Figma, which allows Figma designers and non-designer stakeholders to easily share ideas. Discover how to set up accounts, manage teams, create and edit files, collaborate with teammates, and integrate Figma content in a FigJam file. (Author: Nick Brazzi)

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Learning Google Cloud Security

If you’re new to cloud security, or if you’re an administrator looking to learn about best practices to create and manage data and assets in the cloud, join Dominique West in this course as she teaches the basics of properly securing your Google Cloud environment. Dominique starts with the basics of cloud computing and general security
concepts, explaining the different services and terminologies as they relate to the Google Cloud platform. She covers topics like Identity and Access Management (IAM), infrastructure security, network security, and details the Google Cloud Security Command Center. By the end of this course, you’ll be well on your way toward becoming a cloud security guru.

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7 apps to stay productive

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Sorry, But Unpaid Internships Are a Necessary Evil

“I’m broke, I’m exhausted, I already have a million things to do—and you want me to work for free!?” Such is the conundrum of an unpaid internship. Alright, alright—just hear me out. All throughout postsecondary, you’re doing unpaid work. Writing papers, completing extensive readings, participating in labs, lectures, and tutorials, commuting to and from campus—the […]

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