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UNESCO allows users to compare important data sets among various nations and regions. Users can choose an important issue, such as comparing literacy rates between wealthy and developing nations, and instantly compile charts and graphs with this data. UNESCO has collected data on each nation, detailing the availability their populations have to education, science, and culture. Data addresses gender issues and sustainability. UNESCO also provides downloadable PDFs of official reports on these important issues.
It’s the 21st century and technology is impacting every vocational and career sector. Computer coding and web design are important skills in today’s workplace. W3Schools is a collection of web-coding language tutorials. This database provides thousands of examples of coding in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, jQuery, and other languages. For instance, tutorials demonstrate how to create a table in HTML or pad text in CSS. Those who currently edit websites or who want to learn how to code should have this database bookmarked.