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Established in 1929 by Sunset Magazine's creative director, Richard S. Stephens, Academy of Art University transforms aspiring students into professional artists & designers. He believed that aspiring artists, with proper instruction, hard work & dedication, could learn the skills needed to become professionals. He also believed students should be accepted into an art institution regardless of an art portfolio, and most importantly, an art education should be provided by professional artists.

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Skillshare | October 27, 2021

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Skillshare, the largest online learning community for creativity, today announced the launch of Chroma Courses. With enrollment beginning this month, the multi-week, immersive, small-group courses will have limited seating and feature exclusive content from Skillshare's most in-demand teachers, live Q&As, and personalized feedback on assignments. Skillshare Chroma Courses bring together the best of both worlds: the ease and accessibility of online learning with the personal community and...

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insidehighered | March 16, 2020

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As the new coronavirus outbreak prompted college after university to start shifting classes online -- either for a few weeks or for the remainder of the spring semester -- education technology companies lined up to say they could help. Tech vendors promoting various free services for colleges or their employees included, in no particular order, communications provider Avaya, chat and video messaging provider Pronto, learning platform Top Hat, game-based learning platform Kahoot!, messaging and n...

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PR Newswire | July 10, 2020

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Online education was considered a fast-growing market even before the pandemic spread around the globe. Now, the increasing penetration of internet in many regions across the globe is a major factor driving the market growth. Furthermore, other technological advancements, such as cloud-based solutions coupled with huge investments by major market players towards enhancing the security and reliability of cloud based education platforms also play a major role in the market development. By end user...

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edsurge | February 05, 2020

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Education reformers and technologists often lament that the best ideas or tools don’t win. Might those failures have less to do with financial challenges or lack of product-market “fit,” than with a failure to understand the pieces and politics at play in the board game of education?I thought of this while reading a fascinating and provocative article titled “Want to Fix Public Schools? Fix the Public First” by David J. Ferrero, an educational consultant and former ...

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ONLINE EDUCATION

SKILLSHARE LAUNCHES CHROMA COURSES, COHORT-BASED COURSES FOR LEARNERS SEEKING DEEPER TEACHER INTERACTIONS AND PEER SUPPORT

Skillshare | October 27, 2021

Skillshare, the largest online learning community for creativity, today announced the launch of Chroma Courses. With enrollment beginning this month, the multi-week, immersive, small-group courses will have limited seating and feature exclusive content from Skillshare's most in-demand teachers, live Q&As, and personalized feedback on assignments. Skillshare Chroma Courses bring together the best of both worlds: the ease and accessibility of online learning with the personal community and...

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ED-TECH VENDORS CONFRONT SUDDEN OPPORTUNITY AND RISK

insidehighered | March 16, 2020

As the new coronavirus outbreak prompted college after university to start shifting classes online -- either for a few weeks or for the remainder of the spring semester -- education technology companies lined up to say they could help. Tech vendors promoting various free services for colleges or their employees included, in no particular order, communications provider Avaya, chat and video messaging provider Pronto, learning platform Top Hat, game-based learning platform Kahoot!, messaging and n...

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ONLINE EDUCATION BECOMES A FAST-GROWING MARKET AS MANY STAY HOME

PR Newswire | July 10, 2020

Online education was considered a fast-growing market even before the pandemic spread around the globe. Now, the increasing penetration of internet in many regions across the globe is a major factor driving the market growth. Furthermore, other technological advancements, such as cloud-based solutions coupled with huge investments by major market players towards enhancing the security and reliability of cloud based education platforms also play a major role in the market development. By end user...

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news image

WHY THE ‘BEST’ IDEAS IN EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND REFORM DON’T WIN

edsurge | February 05, 2020

Education reformers and technologists often lament that the best ideas or tools don’t win. Might those failures have less to do with financial challenges or lack of product-market “fit,” than with a failure to understand the pieces and politics at play in the board game of education?I thought of this while reading a fascinating and provocative article titled “Want to Fix Public Schools? Fix the Public First” by David J. Ferrero, an educational consultant and former ...

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