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Great Teachers Deserve the VMEdu Authorized Content Partner Program

Great teachers are rare. Great teachers should be prized for what they give to the world. A great teacher should not have to slog it out alone, wasting precious time taking care of the tedious work that must be completed in order get thier courses recognized and propeled to success. 418 more words

Pushing the Envelope: The Case for Paper

“It is important for us to note that the fact that we are in the twenty-first century does not make all the earlier avenues of sales and marketing obsolete.” 535 more words

Know When You Need These Learning Management System Bells and Whistles

Our earlier article talks about the Learning Management System features which you should be looking for. In this article, we will talk about the much-talked about features which you should carefully evaluate and decide when (and if) you really need these.

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VMEdu Cloud LMS Lets You Create and Host Your Online Courses for Free

The state-of-the-art platform from VMEdu is disrupting the Learning Management System (LMS) market. As part of the VMEdu Authorized Content Partner (V.A.C.P.) program, VMEdu is allowing anyone to create and host their courses with zero upfront investment and no requirement for technical expertise. 493 more words

NetZealous LLC: Learning Management System

This is the wired world, the world in which information travels at the speed of light. Where we were in terms of communication speed about a quarter of a century ago? 1,517 more words


Easy to use learning and training management: NetZealous LLC

One of the most important advantages of a Learning Management System (LMS) is that it should of course; help the participants gain the knowledge they are seeking. 1,100 more words


An Academy on a Shoe String? Start with VMEdu

To professional educators and trainers, Salman Kahn, founder and CEO of Khan Academy, is a legend, a modern-day Shakespeare of the learning world and “such stuff dreams are made on.” 444 more words