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Elearning
author Darya Tarliuk
date 03 Oct 2018
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You might be familiar with an HBO TV series “Silicon Valley”. Aside from being a hilarious show, it is also a remarkable satire. One of its’ signature gags is a montage of tech startup founders that promise “to make the world a better place”. However, it is a no-brainer that E-learning is the industry that is able to ease up the life of disabled students and make their personal world a more comfortable environment”.

Guest Posts
author Darya Tarliuk
date 10 Sep 2018
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You invest your life into your job. Day in, and day out, you don’t quit. You bring your “A-Game” because what you do matters. Your job matters, because you are a world changer. Because you are an elementary educator.

Software Company Academy
Elearning
author Darya Tarliuk
date 17 Aug 2018
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Why might a software company need its own “academy”? What in the world would it mean in the first place?

For those who don’t know what we are talking about here... We mean creating online courses for clients and partners to get a better understanding of the product made by software companies. Let’s suppose, you have a no-name product, many functions of which are unknown to your clients. The online courses will be able to fix this, so the client will be able to have the most of it.

Custom E-learning project
Elearning
author Darya Tarliuk
date 24 Jul 2018
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As broad as it might be, Custom E-Learning solutions include all types of software that delivers education via electronic means. Whether it is an LMS, a marketplace, or a set of custom courses, potentially, every solution is able to bring a new startup a grandstream of revenue, provided it would find its place on the market. Here are some things to consider before progressing with an idea of getting custom software solution.

Guest Posts
author Darya Tarliuk
date 10 Jul 2018
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The most recent statistics show that there are currently more than 237 million mobile users in the US, with a tendency to scale that number all the way to 270 million users by 2022. Such a vast amount of users surely brings forth certain changes in the way we communicate online, as more and more online content is provided for mobile platforms. But will it affect the way we learn new skills and obtain work-oriented knowledge? The answer is pretty clear if we take into account how many other desktop platforms shifted their course toward mobile devices. The benefits of mobile learning give us enough reason to believe that soon e-learning is going to become more practical, approachable, and economical.