Master digital creation with this low-cost, high-value Adobe CC training bundle

Getting started with easy-to-follow instructions and coursework is essential, and that is exactly what you'll find in The Ultimate Adobe CC Training Bundle.

  • The Ultimate Adobe CC Training Bundle includes courses in using Adobe's most popular apps.
  • Students learn basic to advanced features in Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator and four other Adobe CC programs.
  • The $1,800 training package is now only $39.
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For under $40, ZapReader can get you reading up to three times faster

Improve your reading speed and comprehension with proven tactics gathered from experts in the field.

  • ZapReader uses expert guidance to boost reading speed by up to three times.
  • The ZapReader system helps eliminate bad reading habits set in childhood.
  • A lifetime of ZapReader access is now more than 90% off.
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Grow your career (and salary) with industry-recognized certification training

Few career moves can make as immediate an impact as adding some advanced certifications to the resume. Meanwhile, the right certifications can increase your salary by as much as 40%.

  • Whizlabs offers certification training that can grow your career.
  • Whizlabs training includes fields like cloud computing, project management, digital marketing and more.
  • A lifetime Whizlabs subscription is discounted to $59.
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Scientists can now predict at birth who will have academic success

Study identifies predictors of which students are likely to do well in education.

  • Researchers looked at data from 5,000 students and found 2 factors that were strongly linked to academic success.
  • Students with genetic predisposition towards academics were much more likely to go to University.
  • Equally important was having well-educated parents with wealth.
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America’s largest public library ditches late fees

With the realization that overdue charges disproportionately affect access for low-income readers, libraries are reconsidering the value of fees.

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  • The Chicago Public Library found that a third of their economically disadvantaged members had been denied borrowing privileges due to overdue books.
  • Overdue fines account for a tiny fraction of library funding, so the ramifications of ending them are more social than financial.
  • Though 92% of U.S. libraries still charge late fees, the number is shrinking.
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