Speed Reading For Education

7 Speed Reading EDU is the world's most advanced accelerated reading system for schools. Based on proven principles of faster reading, 7 Speed Reading EDU contains all the features of 7 Speed Reading plus:

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On the pro side it has easy-to-use interface, video tutorials, multiple user accounts, well-structured course system for beginners & advanced students plus the ability to exercise with any digital text.

Elbert Zeigler

"I found 7 Speed reading. Doing eye exercises, warm-ups before reading, and how to look at words in groups instead of one at a time improved my reading and comprehension. I recommend 7 Speed Reading for you."


7 Speed Reading is a decent speed reading software with an innovative approach. The customizable features are quite appealing since it allows you organize your speed reading training effectively.

Daniel Walters

"I have always struggled with reading slowly. Once I started using 7 Speed Reading, I did notice an improvement from approx. 200 wpm to 300 wpm."


If you want to learn how to speed read so that you can read everything faster, your best option is to get the self-paced speed reading course called 7 Speed Reading. It is designed to be the world’s most powerful speed-reading training program.


From learning how to read and comprehend faster to how to keep your eyes healthy, everything is covered in this course for almost any age, and a team of professionals will help you master it.

Stephen L. (Reviewer)

I liked the accessibility of it. It helps, because users are able to easily maneuver throughout the software to varying levels and practice their reading at varying speeds.

Devad Goud

After having used this software, I learned techniques and skills such as eliminating my subvocalization, which not only greatly enhanced my speed reading, but also allowed me to get more engagement in what I read.

Reinard Mortlock

The biggest problem I had was sub-vocalization, 7 Speed Reading helped a lot with techniques to improve this and substantially improve my reading speed. The application is easy to use with loads of books to read to improve your reading skills.

Adel Serag

When I seriously exercise using the app, in no time, my reading speed goes from less than 400 to 600 and my target is 900 plus.

Nik Roglich

The pace trainer is great for getting my eyes focused and sharp. Also the word search exercise is very important, gets me searching for specific text.

Jose Godinez

I have improved my speed reading and comprehension since I started using 7 Speed Reading, I enjoy using it and I will continue to use it in the future.

Can Wikipedia Be Considered A Respectable Academic Source?

Elizabeth Farquhar

The first line of Wikipedia’s own article on citations says it all: “As with any source, especially one of unknown authorship, you should be wary and independently verify the accuracy of Wikipedia information if possible.” Students, researchers, and anyone else looking for information on a topic have the responsibility to make sure they’re using the latest resources possible. Because Wikipedia is generally updated much more quickly than printed resources, you’ll probably be better off starting your search for information with the Wikipedia entry on the topic. But that’s not where you should stop, if you plan on using the information you find in a research paper you need to hand in to your science teacher, or the article you’d like to get published in an academic journal. Make sure you follow the links back to the source of that information, so that you can read what the original author wrote. There are several reasons to do this:

You’ll find more details, especially when it comes to facts and figures. The internet may be infinite, but few researchers have the time to duplicate every word and image from a 10-page article on insomnia in fruit flies into a corresponding Wikipedia entry. However, a link to that article can easily take you from the entry to the original publication, where you’ll see exactly what those researchers were working on.

You’ll find information you didn’t even know you were looking for. Even if you didn’t know about eReflect’s educational software, you’ll be directed to the company’s Wikipedia page where you can get information on speed reading, touch typing techniques, spelling tutor programs, or English vocabulary improvement.

You’ll get a new perspective and new ideas from knowledgeable people around the world. There are so many people contributing to Wikipedia that the amount of information is only limited by the time they have to add their pieces to the global research network.

You’ll be able to cite the original reference material in your own work. Many educational institutions, professional associations, and academic organizations will not allow you to list Wikipedia as a primary information source.

It’s not that Wikipedia isn’t a respectable academic source, but the editors of this worldwide reference tool remind people that it is just a source: the place where you can find links to more expanded information from the original authors, whose works you can confidently cite in your article, term paper, dissertation, or Wikipedia entry of your own.

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How March Is Celebrated Around The World

Every year, March is filled an array of cultural activities . Across the world, people and cultures commemorate heroes and honor religious and cultural personas through national and international events.

So what exciting and lesser known events are taking place this March?

Liberation Day

Many countries including Bulgaria, South Korea, and Morocco, celebrate their liberation or independence day in March. Bulgaria on the 3rd, South Korea on the 2nd, and Morocco on the 1st of March are commemorating days that forever changed their countries’ course in history.

March, the month of the French Culture and Language

March is dedicated to Francophonie, the French language as it is spoken around the world. The celebrations culminate March 20 through cultural initiatives and projects across the world in an effort to raise awareness of the French language and honor French culture.

Thousands of people out of more than 274 million French language speakers will celebrate International Francophonie Day.

Celebrating Women

Across the US, the United Kingdom, and other western and eastern countries, women’s organizations, charities, NGOs and other bodies will celebrate Women’s History Month as a way of highlighting the contribution, sacrifices and achievements of women. The month-long observance coincides with March 8, International Women’s Day, during which local and national events that celebrate women are at their peak.

St Patrick’s Day

This cultural and religious event takes place on the 17th of March every year and celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. St Patrick’s Day is commonly perceived as a celebration of Irish heritage and cultural legacy more than a religious event these days, however.

Cultural events including parades and the customary wearing of green apparel are among the most distinctive practices people partake in when celebrating this special day. St Patrick’s Day is observed in the US, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom and other regions across the world where Irish people live.

Spring will be sprung on the 20th of March!

Europe officially marks the onset of Spring on the 20th of March every year. The Northern Hemisphere’s Vernal Equinox is considered the first day of spring, and many people spend the day engaged in ‘spring cleaning’ and other observations of renewal and rebirth as a way of passing from winter to summer through optimism-driven activities.

Celebrating Nature

Iran and Belgium both celebrate trees and nature as a whole with two movable special days that happen to take place in March this year. On March 6, 2016 Iran celebrates its National Tree Planting Day and Belgium launches its National Festival of Trees on March 18, 2016.

Other Important Events Taking Place in March in 2016

Canada observes the Epilepsy Awareness Month during March while in the United States, organizations and NGOs supporting the American Dietetic Association celebrate National Nutrition Month through campaigns and initiatives to raise awareness on proper nutrition for children and adults. In the same vein, the National Association for Music Education runs several initiatives nationwide in schools and beyond.

Cultural Events Near You In March

March is a fascinating month with many international and national music stars embarking on world tours while big play productions are premiering. From Adele to Muse and shows like ‘Wicked’ in Paris, there are plenty of options for music lovers and drama aficionados.

So, if you’re traveling to a big city in Europe, Asia or the US, make sure to attend the best music and cultural events on display this March!

7 Speed Reading Software and Spreeder Plan Anticipated Updates for 2016

eReflect, the Educational Technology company behind 7 Speed Reading software and Spreeder.com, announce a new desktop app to be launched in 2016 along with a highly anticipated iPad app and a speed ebook reader.

7 Speed Reading is undergoing a major revamp for its 2016 version, eReflect announces. 7 Speed Reading seeks to better align its brand with the new company goals and to better serve its existing and new customers. Apart from an upcoming name change, the 7 Speed Reading desktop app and cloud software will now incorporate highly anticipated new features, including a brand new iPad app for speed reading.

Although the name is yet to be revealed, 7 Speed Reading will get a new brand that will better reflect the software’s user-friendly, interactive, and efficient design in teaching people how to speed read. 7 Speed Reading is already a best-selling software product, and eReflect is confident that the version to be released in 2016 in parallel with the revamped new product name will provide a smooth transition for existing clients.

The new, rebranded software will offer course materials designed and brought together by top speed reading experts and authors. There will be an exclusive speed e-book reader for helping users read digital content faster, and also a forthcoming iPad app for Apple users that will allow them to save time and learn new things through their iPads whether at home or on the go.

Through its promising rebranding and feature expansion 7 Speed Reading aspires to be the go-to speed reading solution for students, professionals, and anyone who values saving time and benefiting from the amazing the power of knowledge that can be gained through reading.

Among its planned feature upgrades, eReflect anticipates that the new Web browser plugins and extensions for letting users add online content into their Spreeder library will be popular with users of all ages. There will also be WordPress and website plugins for website managers and owners who want to offer a speed reading version of their online content.

Thanks to 7 Speed Reading, many people around the world have already managed to save time and do better at work and school, by gaining new knowledge faster and handling workload and homework more efficiently. The speed reading program gives people the ability to read faster, improve their memory, and increase reading comprehension.

7 Speed Reading helps users improve their reading speed by as much as three times their current rate, saving them hundreds of reading hours every year. Through expert-designed activities and games, users can discard old reading habits that hinder comprehension and slow down reading pace as well as adopt new reading habits that help them increase their focus, memory, and ability to speed read. 7 Speed reading focuses on fixation expansion, full brain utilization, eye muscle fitness, and improvement of the overall reading comprehension rate.

With over 20,470 ebooks to use when practicing speed reading, 7 Speed Reading provides the most comprehensive ebook library available. People from all walks of life and professions will find relevant and useful content to use to learan to speed read. Users also have the ability to import their own purchased books and documents to read in the integrated speed e-reader.

In 2015, 7 Speed Reading became cloud based, allowing users to practice anywhere, anytime, and on any device. User profiles and training progress are synced across devices and downloading on several different computers and other devices is no longer necessary. The cloud-based 7 Speed Reading is available exclusively online through individual logins. 7 Speed Reading offers up to five personal profiles with a single license, making it suitable for the entire family and small businesses.

Through its adaptive learning technology 7 Speed Reading offers a personalized learning experience based on the learning goals and objectives of each user. The program tracks and reports on every training activity and game and offers learning recommendations to help users achieve their speed reading milestones.

Its user-friendly and intuitive interface make it easy for new users to find their way around the games, activities, lessons and other functions. The program offers visual, easy-to-understand reporting on practice and results, and enables Facebook sharing when the user completes an activity. A recent and highly praised feature in 7 Speed Reading has been its point-collecting functionality, in which users earn points as they practice their speed reading skills.

The highly popular 7 Speed Reading offers a 100% money back guarantee along with an extra $50 for any user who does not manage to improve their speed reading skill.

eReflect has said that the official announcement of the 7 Speed Reading relaunch and feature expansion will take place in the next few weeks. For more information on the upcoming changes and updates, eReflect welcomes any individual or press inquiries.  


*On January 2016, Speed Reading App – Spreeder Pro is already up for grab online.

* On February 2016, Speed Reading iPad version for Spreeder Pro is already available in iTunes and Apple Store.

How To Make The Most Of A Five-Minute Break

Taking regular, five-minute breaks at work can help you relax and recharge, something that makes your work more productive and focused.  When you’re taking a break from learning and concentrating, you allow time for your brain to make the right connections between what it’s observing and what you already know. As a result, even while you’re taking a break, certain brain regions are working hard to solve problems and understand new concepts.

Now that’s clear that you should take five-minute breaks at work, let’s see what can you do with these breaks.

Read or speed read your favorite media or author

Unwind your mind by reading something unrelated to your work. It could be an entertaining post online or an article in your favorite magazine or journal. Even if it’s a longer piece of writing, you can still read it in five minutes, if you know how to speed read.

Organize your desk and have a healthy snack

Take five minutes to organize your desk or files in order of priority, and while you’re doing that, eat an apple or another fruit of your choice. Seeing your desk all cleaned up and tidy will help you focus when you return to work after your five-minute break ends.

Talk with a colleague

Sharing a joke with a colleague who is also taking a break can take your mind off work and relieve some of your stress through laughter.

Take a walk outside or go up and down the stairs rather than using the elevator

Take a brief, brisk walk outside. In the five minutes you have for your break you can walk about 500 to 600 meters at a moderate pace. That’s enough to get your body re-energized and your mind de-fogged.

Do a breathing exercise or stretch at your desk

If you don’t want to stray far away from your desk, try doing some stretching or breathing exercises while at it. It will make you feel lighter and will relieve any tension in your neck and shoulders.

Remember to take a break instead of pushing yourself harder. A series of five minute breaks at work will improve your focus and your productivity and help you become better at what you do!

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The Thicker The Book, The Greater The Story

The longer the novel, the better it is? That’s what a new study by FlipSnack seems to suggest. As the short study reveals, the average book length for the Man Booker Prize shortlist was 457 pages last year. But that’s not all; the researchers looked into a bit more than 2,500 novels that appeared in publications like the New York Times best sellers, the Google Most Discussed list, and other prestigious book lists over the course of the last 15 years.

The results were astonishing.

You’re lucky. Fiction is getting better.

The FlipSnack study reveals that over the years, book readers rate and review the books they read at consistently higher levels. The researchers looked into Amazon user reviews, taking into consideration book length and discovered that the number of books receiving above average reviews has grown. More specifically, for 2014, the average book rating was 4.1, with 5 being the best.

Books are getting thicker too.

Some good news for bibliophiles who want to read more! Over the course of the last fifteen years, novels have gotten longer. In 2000 the average book length was about 340 pages. In 2007 this count went up to 400, and by 2013 it had jumped to 450 pages long.

What could explain the fact that books are getting better and thicker?

James Finlayson from Vervesearch, the company that carried out the study on behalf of FlipSnack, told The Guardian that one way they could explain this trend is the popularity of ebooks which enable users to choose longer reads without having to worry about the book’s weight.

In other words, people are no longer intimidated by longer books simply due to their physical size, daunting thickness, or inconvenient weight. Whether you are downloading a 250-page novel or a 800-page saga to your tablet or ereader, you won’t notice any difference.

The study by Vervesearch on behalf of FlipSnack serves to silence those that proclaimed reading dead. People are not only still reading, they’re reading better and longer novels. The medium is the only thing that changed.

What is your book of choice? Do you like long reads like the “A Brief History of Seven Killings” by Marlon James? Or are you more of a short story reader? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Easy-To-Use Development Software For Career Prospects

There’s so much talk these days about the best ways to advance career prospects and what the best course of action to take is that it’s easy to get lost in the sea of advice. eReflect, dedicated to providing self-development software, also supports people in their efforts to sharpen their skills and acquire new ones. The company knows that by doing so, people have a better chance at succeeding in today’s cut-throat job market.

Among the many skills people are expected to master by the time they professionally enter the job market, eReflect finds that vocabulary, spelling, and touch typing are in most employers’ “Top Ten” lists when it comes to skills that catch their eye in the hiring process. This is not solely eReflect’s opinion, but something that has been established as a given in the 21st century socioeconomic landscape.

eReflect has been witnessing a steady growth since it was established back in 2006 with its first and most successful self-improvement software, Ultimate Vocabulary™. Today, 10 years later, eReflect serves customers from over 110 countries, helping young people and adults master essential 21st century skills for better career prospects and more fulfilling lives. eReflect is now a leader in the self-development software niche.

Building an armor of words – Ultimate Vocabulary™

People often fail to appreciate the importance of a rich vocabulary in the workplace. They believe that skills like assertiveness and confidence are the only traits they need to stay ahead of the game. But the truth is, without basic skills such as an extended, up to date, and relevant vocabulary it’s easy to lose the competitive edge against candidates and colleagues with more eloquence.

Ultimate Vocabulary™ helps you build a strong vocabulary that makes others notice you. A vocabulary that has a positive impact on people instantly increases and enhances your career prospects and your promotion potential.

People’s first impression of you is largely based on your word choice, so by making those first words count, you’re getting a head start, leaving others lagging behind with clichés and gobbledygook while you speak with intention, accuracy and large-scale impact.

Here are some of the main benefits of a rich, robust vocabulary can bring to your career prospects:

– You’ll have top-notch communication skills, both face-to-face and in email, video conferencing and more.

– Your communication skills will give you credibility, authority and respect. Having other people respect and admire you gives you the competitive advantage over less assertive colleagues.

– Your authority and the respect you get from others means that you’ll always stand out from the crowd.

Do you ever wonder why inspiring speakers are often called charismatic? They have the ability and talent to persuade and move others with their mere choice of words. By building your vocabulary you are effectively gathering a strong arsenal you can draw upon in the right circumstances to bring forth the right effect.

These are but a few reasons why you should consider improving your vocabulary with a program designed according to scientific evidence on lexical capacity and acquisition and with integrated technologies to accelerate learning without minimizing effectiveness and overall knowledge retention.

When vocabulary just doesn’t cut it – Ultimate Spelling™

Building a strong vocabulary is not always enough. Without orthography skills, people you are communicating with electronically will be distracted by your misspellings and cringe each time you spell simple words wrong, such as mixing up “you’re” and “your.” While these errors can be sometimes overlooked, your communication will suffer from a lack of accuracy and understanding when you have problems with more difficult words like “affect” vs. “effect” or the easily-confused word pair “principle” and “principal.”

eReflect has created a software product that helps children and adults learn spelling in a way that’s not boring and tedious but time-efficient and fun. Through a series of handpicked and well-designed spelling activities and games a learner can gradually improve their spelling skills and become a person that can write professionally and without any mistakes.

While spelling is not the be-all and end-all of a job search, a resume marred by misspellings and typos (more on that later) is bound to land your application in the “not worth bothering with” pile.

If you’re wondering why spelling is so important — or if you think it’s not important at all — let us convince you otherwise.

Spelling and vocabulary are interconnected. If you know the meaning of one word but cannot spell it, you don’t really know it.

To completely know a word you must be able to use it equally well both in conversation and in written communication. Good spelling is invisible, in a way: nobody notices your spelling skills unless you don’t have them.

So what does it mean to have great spelling skills?


You’re equipped with an indispensable skill for college and for job hunting later on. Employees assume the people they hire have mastered such basic skills. You’d be surprised, however, at the number of spelling errors found in official reports and other corporate publications.

Spelling is, in a sense, the key to a company’s quality. If your brand has certain qualities you need to emphasize, don’t sabotage those with misspellings.


Spelling ascribes credibility and leadership to your writing and, by extension, you. People won’t take you seriously if you cannot write an error-free report or email.

Good spelling skills infuse your professional image with positive traits: credibility, trustworthiness, authority, professionalism — the list is endless.

Why use Ultimate Spelling™ though?

Ultimate Spelling™ has been designed with effectiveness in mind. It’s free of those factors that sabotage learning, like uninspiring, tedious activities. It abandons useless passive learning techniques, and instead is equipped with star-studded features and practice material.

With Ultimate Spelling you can improve your orthography through interactive games and  intuitive tools like a word explorer, and use cutting-edge technologies for progress monitoring to achieve better results.

What makes Ultimate Spelling™ different from anything else is the level of personalization it lends itself to. The software can be as appealing to a 4-year-old as it is to a 44-year old wishing to spruce up their spelling skills.

Who doesn’t like learning through play?

Click, Clack, Click-Click, Clack

That’s the sound of you touch typing. Ever wonder how often you touch type on your keyboard?

An increasing number of people are using mobile touch-screen devices for all of their personal and work-related tasks: emailing, shopping, chatting, international meetings, and even legal negotiations.

In fact, in 2016 it is expected that over 3.5 million mobile devices will be purchased and used. Our growing dependence on mobile, Internet-enabled devices means we need to become efficient users. One basic skill that helps with this is touch typing – the ability to type not only quickly, but accurately too.

Technology and research companies predict that it won’t be long before mobile devices outnumber people. At this point, it is forecast that in 2014 there will be more than 7.3 billion active cell phones on the planet. Tablets, PCs, and smartphones are proliferating at an accelerated rate as well.

So why stay behind with a peck and hunt typing method when you can type at a professional level at more than 80 words per minute?

eReflect comes to the rescue once more.

Typesy™  uses the latest technology to help you improve your typing skills through video tutorials that are easy to follow and intuitive. It’s like having a personal tutor at your service.

Wondering what the perks of touch typing mastery are?

– You’ll save up to 47 hours a month. That’s a big deal. Depending on the amount of touch typing you do each day, you can save literally two days a month just by typing faster and more accurately!

– You’ll avoid common computer-related health issues. Touch typing is not only about typing super fast and error-free, it’s about sustainable and healthy typing habits. Typesy™ teaches you ergonomic techniques so that you can spare yourself from painful, irritating problems like carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI.

The world is taking large strides towards an overwhelmingly tech-driven society. Skills like touch typing and proper spelling are indispensable, especially in the fiercely competitive job market young people are getting in today, where the jobs are scarce and the requirements are numerous.

Build your vocabulary and improve your spelling skills; achieve a new touch typing word-per-minute record, and see your career prospects catapult to unimaginable new levels!

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6 Books For Better Management Of Your Personal Finance

Student debt is no joke. Neither is not knowing how to do your own taxes.

Having basic knowledge of personal finance – how to save, invest and spend your hard-earned money wisely – is quintessential to living a happy, debt-free life. Make smart financial moves in your 20s by reading these 6 books, and reap the benefits for decades to come.

“The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous, and Broke” (Suze Orman)

Orman brings every 20-something out of financial oblivion with this book on how to tackle any financial issue coming their way.

From credit card debt to paying off your student loan  and buying your first home, Suze Orman explains in easy to understand language the most critical financial issues modern youth is plagued with.

“Common Sense on Mutual Funds” (John Bogle)

Grab the 10th anniversary edition of “Common Sense on Mutual Funds” to learn how to invest in mutual funds effectively. Mutual fund pioneer John Bogle shares some useful strategies on mutual funds investing and alternative investments people can consider to increase their wealth.

“Value Averaging” (Michael Edleson)

This is a sought-after strategy shared by Michael Edleson on how to increase your wealth and boost investment returns as well as making come true any financial objective you set your eyes on.

It’s perhaps the only investment manual you will ever need to read.

“Your Money: The Missing Manual” (J.D. Roth)

J.D. Roth offers a comprehensive financial plan on how to tackle any financial issue in your life: debt, insurance, retirement accounts, credit scores and everything else in between. It’s a book you will value greatly as it will help you achieve personal financial sustainability and health.

The book provides practical advice on investing, spending, and saving your money as well as tips for eliminating and getting out of debt, making good use of credit, and learning how to implement smart decision-making tools when it comes to investing money on various assets.

“The Millionaire Next Door” (Thomas Stanley and William Danko)

A life-changing book, “The Millionaire Next Door” puts your personal finance into perspective. A series of tips that anyone can follow will help you adopt healthy financial habits. Although some of the advice may seem obvious, such as “spend less than you make” and “choose what you will do for a living very, very wisely,” the sage advice accompanying the tips will help you adopt and adapt them to suit your personal lifestyle.

There’s no magic formula or luck involved for becoming wealthy and powerful. It boils down to following some solid financial advice, and Stanley and Danko highlight this in their book.

“Why didn’t they teach me this in school?” (Cary Siegel)

This book offers you 99 tips, advice, and lessons on how to manage your personal finance like an expert.

Yes, it’s all key facts your teachers should have taught you but didn’t bother (or weren’t allowed) to. It’s okay though, because you can learn everything you need to know in a single read.

Siegel is a retired business executive who wanted to offer his children sage financial advice. However, once he started his financial management project he realized there are millions of other young people who could benefit from his collection of financial management tips. We couldn’t agree more. We need all the financial advice we can get.