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The secret to a good online course (Hint: It's not technology)

Lynda.com acquires online video training rival Video2brain to boost its international expansion

thenextweb.com
Online education specialist Lynda.com appears to have put its recent $103 million funding round to good use, after it announced it has acquired online video training rival Video2brain to further its expansion into international markets. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Video2brain, headquartered in Graz, Austria, specialises in delivering...
Lynda.com acquires online video training rival Video2brain to boost its international expansion

With new CTO, online learning site lynda.com looks to up its game

gigaom.com
In the last year, a new crop of online learning upstarts, such as Coursera, Udemy, Khan Academy and Codecademy, has attracted plenty of media attention and investor dollars for bringing quality educational content to K-12 and college schools, as well as lifelong learners.  But lynda.com, something of an old-hand when it...
With new CTO, online learning site lynda.com looks to up its game

Why not all online education is about credits

pandodaily.com
This embed is invalid Lynda.com is an interesting leader in the online education space. You could argue it’s having one of the biggest impacts on people’s digital skill development. It’s certainly one of the most successful companies in terms of revenues and fundraising. And yet, it doesn’t actually offer any...
Why not all online education is about credits

Lynda.com's "agonizing decision" to take venture capital

pandodaily.com
This embed is invalid All week we’ve brought you clips from our interview with Lynda Weinman, the founder of lynda.com– one of the only online education companies to actually build a big, profitable, sustainable business. The company first got on our radar because of the recent whopper of a series...
Lynda.com's "agonizing decision" to take venture capital
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