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  • Leather Technology Management
    Leather Technology: managing a versatile material
    Niche careers can be a good move if chosen carefully. Anyone who commits to a BSc program like the Leather Technology (Hons) from the UK’s Northampton University had better be sure the industry has a future.
  • The ultimate dashboard for training managers
    The ultimate dashboard for training managers
    A new breed of software platform is emerging onto the training management market. It brings together in one place the many diverse functions that training managers need to keep track of, and streamlines processes for maximum responsiveness to change and increased profitability.
  • The classroom of the future is already here (for some)
    The classroom of the future is already here (for some)

    80 students from all around the globe are displayed on a curved screen measuring 45 square metres. The lecturer is a hologram moved around the lecture hall by a robot.

  • How to avoid event planning nightmares
    How to avoid event planning nightmares

    Events make the modern world go round.

  • Play hard, play hard: toy design
    Play hard, play hard: toy design

    Where would we be without toys? If we were never allowed to use fascinating objects as springboards for our imaginations, our brains would fail to develop properly.

  • Esports: how to survive the industry
    Esports: how to survive the industry

    In 1972 a bunch of geeks at Stanford University held a video game competition.

  • Diplomats needed!
    Diplomats needed!
    With the UK having voted to leave the European Union and right-wing leaders in Europe and around the world celebrating the decision (when this was written), it might be a good time for future leaders, administrators and businesspeople to deepen their knowledge of International Relations.
  • Bringing home the bacon: smallholding for beginners
    Bringing home the bacon: smallholding for beginners
    Have you ever wanted to keep livestock and be self-sufficient? Then you are thinking about starting up a smallholding - a mini-farm. In Australia they call them ‘Hobby farms’, in New Zealand they’re ‘Lifestyle blocks’.
  • Predicting the unpredictable: understanding the weather
    Predicting the unpredictable: understanding the weather

    It’s very British to talk about the weather. So it’s fitting that a British university – the University of Reading – offers a 3-week course called Come Rain or Shine: Understanding The Weather.

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  • Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. Synth sounds are so commonplace now that to create new sounds, you need to know a few things about how they work, and learn a bunch of software, to see how you can push the envelope.

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