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Resumes: Sea of Text or Brevity

By LISA TRUDEL - September 28 2021

By LISA TRUDEL - September 28 2021

Learning Curves

The answer to this headline is brevity. Your resume should have less text and more concise accomplishments written in a way that grabs the attention of the reader.

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Resources

Mastering the Art of Working Remotely: A Checklist

By CARTER HAMMETT - September 28 2021

After COVID-19 hit back in March 2020, few realized the impact it would have on the world of work. Working remotely is now part of the “new normal.” But for many workers, it’s anything but. Overnight, employees were asked to navigate unfamiliar territory and the challenges that went with it.

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Learning Curves

Dear Elcee: I am returning to school this year after being out of the classroom for over twenty years.

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Love of Learning

Toronto Voices

By ADMIN - September 28 2021

Three women sit patiently next to a downtown Toronto Speakers Corners stage. Each will be allowed to record a 2-minute message. Each will speak their truth about living, learning and working in Toronto.

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Love of Learning

University in the Community: Learning Together

By JOANNE MACKAY-BENNETT - September 28 2021

Resilience is one of those words that you hear all the time now. It is often used to describe an individual who has admirably stared down adversity or a community that has overcome misfortune.

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Love of Learning

What Role Do Emotions Play in Our Decision-Making?

By ADMIN - September 28 2021

The definition of emotion in the Oxford Dictionary states that it is “a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.” There are several different human emotions; here are a few basic ones: anger, fear, happiness, love, sadness, and surprise.

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Love of Learning

Nutrition and You

By ADMIN - September 28 2021

Elma Morgan is a student in University in the Community.  She has a passionate interest in nutrition and its impact on our health and well-being.

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Announcement

Learning Curves wants your writing!

By ADMIN - September 28 2021

If you have written poetry or a short story, share it with us and our readers. For further  information or to submit some writing, email us at learningcurves@hotmail.com.

Priority given to previously unpublished work of new writers.


Univesity in the
Community

UitC Fall/Winter Program

Fall – 2020 COVID-19 Learn from Home Edition

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Where: Wherever you can access the internet (Formerly held at Innis College, University of Toronto)

When: Wednesday evenings,
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm,
September 27th – November 29th, 2020


Love of Learning

Brushes with the Paranormal?

By ADMIN - September 28 2021

A long-time member of the local arts community and of UitC, Luis’ creativity shines forth in his prolific output as a multidisciplinary artist. Visual artist, writer of short stories, film producer, director, editor and script writer, Luis firmly believes that living a life, in itself, is an art.

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