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courses from easyLearning by
busy nonprofiters with access to more than 1,500 technical and professional
courses. And, organizations that provide workforce and job skills training can
share easyLearning courses with constituents.
courses are great for someone like, say, me, who doesn't have the time to
enroll and attend evening classes, but still wants to learn more advanced
writing for the web:
are all self-paced and online, so you can learn at your convenience: take them
at the office, at home, or even at a coffee shop. Courses are also pre-recorded,
generally run two hours, can be paused as needed, and usually include small
assignments and suggested reading to reinforce what you've learned.
those looking to build skills in a specific area, easyLearning provides courses
from beginner to advanced instruction. Let's say you have someone on staff who
wants to learn more about Photoshop to improve your print publications, or more
about web design to help develop your online presence. First, congratulations
on having such awesome people on staff. Second, easyLearning offers six levels
of Photoshop courses, from simple navigation to detailed color correction and
layering, and dozens of web design courses, including in-depth breakdowns of
many easyLearning courses focus on growing technical and professional skills,
they also offer such diverse courses as retirement planning, how to run a
business from home, and how to develop resumes and interview for jobs.
TechSoup, organization can request an unlimited number of discounted courses in
blocks of 10. Check out the course catalog. One note: these
courses are presented in a Flash format, so you need Internet Explorer or
Firefox to view them. They don't work on Safari.
Patrick Duggan | TechSoup Marketing Manager