When I was in the 11th grade, I had to do a term paper for my American history class. It
was my first true research paper. I spent hours in the school and town libraries, developing a thesis question, looking up books in card catalogs, using the microfiche machine to find relevant articles, index cards and books scattered over the table. Then,
utilizing the typing...
If you are a nurse, you know the “turn Q2H” orders that we see almost every day. Having a good working knowledge of skin care is essential in providing good nursing care (after all, skin is the largest organ of the body). If you are a staff nurse and you
want to enhance your nursing practice, you may want to consider looking into the possibility of shadowing a Certified Wound Nurse Practitioner...
If you are going into the 11th grade this fall, it is a good idea to make a summer reading list. High school juniors almost always take an American literature class and an American history class. Why not combine the two? Here are a few titles to consider.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathanial Hawthorne is a great way to explore the 17th century Puritan culture of New England and the...