Let Your Students Have a Do-Over

By Alec Fehl, author of Labyrinth Learning’s Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2016 Essentials and Your Digital Foundation Learning to Walk Do you remember learning to walk? Neither do I. Perhaps it went something like this: Tried to stand up. Fell down. Tried to stand up. Fell down again. Did this for several days. Was finally able to … Continue reading Let Your Students Have a Do-Over

Teaching Microsoft Applications: Encourage Individuality, Encourage Experimentation

By Alex Scott, triOS College; Author of Labyrinth Learning’s Microsoft® Excel 2016 Comprehensive Over years of using and teaching Microsoft Office programs, I’ve often wondered why there are so many ways to do the same thing. Many users are familiar with at least two methods of executing a common task like copy and paste using keyboard … Continue reading Teaching Microsoft Applications: Encourage Individuality, Encourage Experimentation

Multimedia Learning Tools: Cater Your Classroom to Every Learning Style

As any good teacher knows, no two learners are alike. Fortunately, professors and community college instructors have more tools than ever to help reach all types of students. Online learning comes with interactive modules and engaging video components that take learning far beyond what traditional textbooks can offer. In particular, video can offer “visual clues” … Continue reading Multimedia Learning Tools: Cater Your Classroom to Every Learning Style

Career Opportunities in California Correctional Education

The California Office of Correctional Education (OCE) is seeking educators for a variety of positions. The OCE adult schools serve several thousand California state inmates each day by providing programming in Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency, Voluntary Education Program, and Career Technical Education. Libraries offer materials to support inmate employment, community reentry and life … Continue reading Career Opportunities in California Correctional Education

Payroll Accounting – Teaching Today’s Students

Are you looking for new ideas on keeping students engaged in your Payroll Accounting class? We’ve got some tips and techniques to help you change up your typical routine.  There is no right (or wrong!) way to teach payroll, but we hope to help you optimize the results you can get this year. Finding the … Continue reading Payroll Accounting – Teaching Today’s Students

QuickBooks 2015 Author Pat Hartley Wins Top 100 ProAdvisor Awards

Labyrinth Learning would like to announce that our QuickBooks Pro author Pat Hartley has won the Top 100 Pro Advisor Awards for the second year in a row! Pat is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and an Advanced Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor. She offers hands-on workshops, one-on-one training specific to the user both in-person and … Continue reading QuickBooks 2015 Author Pat Hartley Wins Top 100 ProAdvisor Awards

QuickBooks Desktop (Windows) or QuickBooks Online? What Is the Difference?

By Pat Hartley, MBA I am asked almost daily, “What is the difference between QuickBooks for the desktop and QuickBooks Online?” Or “Are they different?” Or “Aren’t they the same?” To give an answer is to be put in a quandary. You may as well ask, “What is the difference between the Windows operating system … Continue reading QuickBooks Desktop (Windows) or QuickBooks Online? What Is the Difference?

QuickBooks is changing – are you ready?

If you’re planning on teaching a QuickBooks course next year, we have news to share — and we’d like to hear from you in a survey. Intuit recently announced that educational site licensing (Lab Packs) and 140-day QuickBooks student trial software will not be available for QuickBooks Pro 2016. If you upgrade every year, or you … Continue reading QuickBooks is changing – are you ready?

Championing Study Abroad for the Future Workforce

Currently, 9.4% of college students study abroad. In an effort to increase this number, the Institute of International Education recently held a Generation Study Abroad Summit. The goals of this event were to promote the benefits of studying abroad and increase the number of students who study abroad, as well as diversify the types of … Continue reading Championing Study Abroad for the Future Workforce