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Film Treatment Format

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

There is no magical formula for writing a film treatment format. Format the film treatment according to its intended audience. There are two main audiences, the audience who will ultimately view the film and the audience person or people who will initially judge its merit. Additionally, the executive will take serious consideration into how well …

Scientific Conference – Is It A Rewarding Experience

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

The major advances in sciences have prompted an explosion in the number of conferences conducted each year in different countries of the world. There cannot be better interactive session than the scientific conferences as they not only enhance the visibility of researcher’s work exhibits but present wider perspective on a given theme much to the …

E-Publishing Should You Publish Your Book As An E-Book The Global Numbers Game

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

The internet is so wide reaching (hell, even the Pope probably has a Twitter account) it’s important to note that the benefits and successes of e-books are not restricted to niche market books. Traditional commercial fiction can sell just as well with this method, if not better. The only difference is the stiffer competition within …

How To Self-Publish To The Amazon Kindle Store – Kindle Direct Publishing

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

Kindle self-publishing begins with having an idea and completing your manuscript. Regardless of whether you’re writing fiction or nonfiction, you should strive to use good grammar and produce something of value for the reader. In publishing, perhaps more so than most professions, one’s reputation is very important. While the Amazon kindle platform has given previously …

Should You Consider A Gap Year Before College

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

As a parent I used to worry that if my children didn’t go straight through college, they would never graduate. Now that they are all safely finished with college, and as a college-level educator with lots of older students in the classroom, I’m much more relaxed about the whole idea of a Gap Year, or …

Choosing College Courses And Selecting A Major

October 1, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Education

In a time of rising college tuition and higher rates on college loans, it seems prudent to decide on a major quickly and focus on the necessary courses. So many young people express concern about paying tuition for general courses, required for a degree, but in their eyes scarcely relevant to their chosen career. How …

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