Doc Seidman Says…. …Recently, I was in my local Target, browsing around the electronics department. A young man, seemingly of college age, was interested in purchasing a Bluetooth speaker. He had many questions for the department employee. How long will the battery last? Is the Bluetooth easy to pair with other devices? How long will […]

Doc Seidman Says… …It’s no secret that as technology is taking over, attention spans are waning. Readers of this blog have gained (hopefully) insights on how to succeed in college; either by trying or by not trying. Those insightful posts generally tend to run 600-1,000 words each.  In today’s super quick, millisecond attention span world, […]

Doc Seidman Says…. ….College students: Is the subject matter of the class really hard? Is the professor really boring? Are you struggling in a class and worrying about your grades? Fear not! If your class is hard, or boring, or both, note that there are things you can do—aside from studying— to help your grade. […]

Doc Seidman Says… …Years ago, completing a college degree online didn’t exist. It wasn’t even an option. As the years went by, and online learning began to take shape, the reputation of an online college was only so-so at best. Traditionalists scoffed at their innovative approach to teaching and learning. Online colleges were widely criticized […]

Doc Seidman Says…… ….In 1960 in the United States, a six-pack of beer was 99ȼ, a loaf of bread was 20ȼ, and a movie ticket was $1. Minimum wage was $1.25 but with gas at 25ȼ a gallon, you could still live large. Also in 1960, just over 7.5 million students were enrolled in U.S. […]

Doc Seidman says…. …Should parents be worried about their son or daughter’s behavior in college? Guest blogger Natasha Kurt may have some answers. College in the United States was a great time. Coming from another country, I was surprised at how different the experience was for me. I made many new friends, both from America […]

Doc Seidman Says… ….A U.S. “community college” is a school that offers a two-year degree (associate’s) instead of a four-year degree (bachelor’s). Because it is a two-year school, it costs a lot less money to attend. Community colleges are sometimes called “Junior Colleges” or “Technical Colleges.” Some community colleges offer both two and four-year degrees. […]