Internships are an essential part of student education, and psychology is not an exception. In the course of their studies, students gain theoretical knowledge. Internships allow them to get hands-on experience where theory is put into practice.
While not all undergraduate students are obliged to participate in internships, graduate students have to complete one as a part of their major. However, it is strongly recommended that students participate in internships regardless of the curriculum requirements to get the real feel of the job and understand whether they’ve chosen the right career path.
Engineering is one of the oldest professions in the world. Through the marriage of theoretical mathematics and physics and, the application of structural and materials science, engineering and engineers are the minds behind architectural marvels like the Pyramids, the Notre Dame, and countless other historical buildings. Today, engineering has grown to include programming and computer sciences as well.
Not so long ago, we had a website redesign, and we are happy to share another piece of great news with you! We are excited to announce an update to BookScouter Affiliate Program: we’ve launched a web page with the program details for potential members and implemented a few additional promotional options for affiliates.
In this article, we’re covering all Q&As regarding our affiliate program and what’s new.
The U.S. ISBN Agency has been assigning the 978 prefix to 13-digit ISBNs since 2007. In the previous article, we’ve explained the difference between 10- and 13-digit ISBNs and how both systems could be contained with the help of the 978 prefix. However, blocks of ISBN-13s built on existing ISBN-10s are exhausted. Therefore, the U.S. ISBN Agency has begun assigning ISBNs starting with the prefix element 979.
If you’ve ever taken a law course or even tried to read over the terms and conditions of a website or app, you must know that reading legal text can be challenging. Legal terminology alone and difficult interpretations of the law, though important, can make law textbooks long, dry, and unexciting.