As a high school teacher and college professor, Fred has had a lot of experience with Learning Management Systems and he’s here to give you some tips and tricks on leveraging your LMS as a tool for cyber competition coaching.
As the NCL Team Game rapidly approaches, Jeana Byte is here to give you the rundown on everything you need to know about the Team Game.
During the NCL Games, it is inevitable that you'll make mistakes, but in order to be a better player you need to learn from those mistakes. Jeana Byte is here to discuss her most common mistakes and how she fixed them in order to become a better player.
Check out this blog for tips on how to run your NCL team if you're a student coach!
Check out this blog for ideas on creating new student organizations focused on security and incorporating NCL into a student organization.
If you're a lone NCL player trying to bring the NCL Games your school, check out this blog for some ideas and advice on raising interest to bring NCL to your school.
Have you been asking yourself what the NCL rankings mean? Read this blog to get a breakdown of how the rankings work at each level of the competition.
Understanding ways to boost your confidence can help you succeed in life. Here ZeroTrail shares some tips that can help with boosting your confidence during the NCL Games.
In cybersecurity, a mentor/mentee relationship can be immensely important to the professional growth and development of both parties. However, taking on your first mentee can be intimidating. In this blog, WebWitch offers up some advice on how to be an effective and supportive mentor.
Despite the name, the NCL Slack isn't for slackers. Slack is a productivity-oriented messaging platform comparable to Discord or IRC, and it's where you can communicate live with other NCL players and the competition organizers. During each stage of the competition, any impromptu alerts -- such as challenge clarifications or updates to the wording of … Continue reading How to Get the Most Out of the NCL Slack Channel