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Applying for a US visa? Be prepared to share your social media history

The key to entering the 'land of dreams' lies in your profile pictures and your Instagram bio.

All you need to know about your digital footprint

What is digital footprint and how you can manage it? And other questions.

How to disinfect your news from the COVID19 infodemic

The misinformation is viral. Here are practical tips from the faculty at the University of Toronto to keep your newsfeed healthy.

Book Review: Your Happiness was Hacked by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever

At a time when students are addicted to technology, this timely book uncovers the dark side of technology and suggests how to use it mindfully.

US Social Media Surveillance is New Normal for Foreign Students

The Harvard student blocked from coming to the US at Logan Airport could enter this week, but Uncle Samís social media scrutiny is here to stay.

19 Terrific Twitter Feeds That Will Make You Smarter

BrainGain brings you 19 Twitter feeds by smart people for smart people. Follow these so you can put the fun back in education.

Grad School 101: How to use social media when applying to grad school

As our real worlds and virtual worlds continue to converge, it's a good idea to treat social media not as a challenge, but as an opportunity. In this third part of the Grad School 101 series, you will learn how to use social media to research grad programs and strengthen your network.

Columbia University's Tech Evangelist Sree Sreenivasan on the future of it all

Technology has changed the face of education. So where does Columbia Universityís first-ever appointed Chief Digital Officer, Sree Sreenivasan, see the role of online technology in the future of higher education? He chatted with braingainmag.com about this and what tech-tools undergraduate applicants should be utilizing to maximize their educational growth.

How do you figure out a college's personality?

Social media, student posts, college search sources give you a glimpse into a collegeís personality, telling you if itís conservative, hipster, liberal, athletic, artistic, driven, laid-back, or fun loving.

5 top technical skills that will make your CV stand out

With the increasing level of competition in jobs, just brandishing an undergraduate degree doesnít ensure that your CV makes the cut. What better to bring to the table than technical skills? We give you 5 that are in great demand.

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