This course meets OSPI's STEM requirements.
Modern day humanoids find themselves overwhelmed with the sheer volume of input and digital communication that flows in each day. Email, instant messages, and the Internet have made access to information (and you) far too easy. “I only have 54 emails left to answer” is too often the depressing indicator of a successful day.
The good news is that while access to information (and you) have increased exponentially, so have tools to help manage those streams of digital input and communication.
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This course meets OSPI's STEM requirements
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