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Tips for women becoming successful entrepreneurs post-covid

It may seem unlikely, but lots of women have been starting their own businesses in the wake of COVID-19. We’re here to let you know that you can do the Learn more…

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Meet Sarah Corbett – Founder of the Craftivist Collective and Alison’s Newest Publisher

Sarah Corbett is the creative force behind the Craftivist Collective, a social enterprise seeking to enact positive change in the world through Sarah’s unique strategy of “Gentle Protest”. Sarah has Learn more…

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Six Soft Skills that are Hard to Beat!

Soft Skills allow us to work effectively with other people, whether that means coworkers, managers or clients. These skills are fundamental to all workplaces and are an asset in any Learn more…

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The Future of Jobs Report – Your New Career Starts Here

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2020 has just been released and is required reading for anyone in the job market today. The report paints a vivid picture Learn more…

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IXL Live is back this spring!

Do you want to become a certified IXL expert? Join us for IXL Live this spring! In this interactive half-day session, you will learn easy ways to use IXL’s Real-Time Learn more…

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Fred Marata: “l have studied 84 Alison courses and gained 84 certificates!”

“My name is Fred Marata and I from Zimbabwe. I am currently working as a Trade Marketing Representative. I learned about Alison through the internet and l enrolled on 25 Learn more…

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Simon Furnivall: “Coming to work for Alison has given me a real strong career path.”

Simon, tell us a bit about yourself and how you discovered Alison. My name is Simon Furnivall and I live in Edinburgh, Scotland. Before I worked for Alison, I worked Learn more…

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What is machine learning? – A beginner’s guide

Machine learning is an increasingly common concept. Along with terms like deep learning and artificial intelligence, it’s a buzz word that finds its way into science and technology news. But Learn more…

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Amgad Mohammed: “Alison courses have changed how I think about management.”

“My name is Amgad Mohammed. I am forty years old and I am a chemist. Last summer, I found Alison by searching the internet for platforms I could use to Learn more…

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How IXL supports Spanish-speaking learners

There are nearly 5 million English language learners (ELLs) across the United States, and approximately three-quarters of these students speak Spanish as their primary language at home.  It can often Learn more…

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E-learning Platforms Reviews


Amateurish instruction

2.0 rating
January 24, 2021

I have been using Codecademy for a few months. They have a very text-based lesson plan that quickly turns to providing the user solutions to problems rather than teaching. There are giant holes in what the beginner will learn and what they will be expected to know. Terms, functions, methods are often left out of the lesson discussion, yet appear in the projects. This is a theme for many other coding places. I assume most of the content is made by amateurs and that is the result you can expect for yourself as you progress through the pathways. The forums seem to be fed by “volunteers” that for some reason have hours of free time, indicating that they are probably propped up by Codecademy as employees to blow smoke and positivity at the paying customers. That would be great if the content was equally relevant, coherent, and useful. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Maybe it is a good place to start but do not pay full price and get ready to take your money elsewhere if you would like to make any practical coding advancements.

Nicholas Fry

Very difficult to get in touch with

1.0 rating
January 23, 2021

Very difficult to get in touch with them They tried to take my money but luckily I didnt have enough credit and theyve been declined. They renewed my trial without asking or remember that to me although they bombarded me with emails Horrible experience

Giada Combusti

Terrible service

1.0 rating
January 22, 2021

Terrible serviceCharged me without warning, never refunded the money, and cancelled my account.

Thiago Carvalho

Terrible experience

1.0 rating
January 22, 2021

Terrible experience. The content is often worse than what you can find for free on youtube, and they charged me for a year without notice. TOTAL SCAM! I recommend you stay away and just find info on youtube instead.

Paul Monson

I had the chance to try courses for

1.0 rating
January 22, 2021

I had the chance to try courses for free but I still hate them. The lack of communication between the course creators and course takes is horrid. A lot of the courses are extremely outdated (5 years old or more), the programs recommended/shown to use don’t look the same. The peer-graded assignments are a freaking joke, a waste of time. There is no real way to learn anything if other people just leave max points and almost no comments.If I had paid for any of the courses I would be pissed off. This is not worth any money, even for free this isn’t wort it. Bad, bad, bad…

Elīna Dīriņa

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