Posts Tagged ‘Skillshare’

Crowdsourced Learning Becoming A New Wave

Skillshare isn’t alone. This may sound a little pompous but not since the School of Athens has unrestricted knowledge on a teacher-student basis been so readily available. Whether it’s an indictment of the current school system or just what everyone needs in these uncertain economic times, learning from others for a fee (or none at [...]

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P2P Learning Portal Skillshare Is Growing, Expanding

Hardly into its fifth month of existence and the news is out that Skillshare is expanding into other cities like Los Angeles and Boston. For the unfamiliar, Skillshare was featured here at NY Tech Blog last May. It got described as: “Founded b Malcolm Ong and Michael Karnjanaprakorn, Skillshare isn’t just about tutorials, but monetizing [...]

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Skillshare Seems Like A Gamechanger

For more than a couple of reasons. Foremost of which is its core service: allowing P2P learning, or basically anyone can get a tutorial from someone. Skillshare, right? That’s not all. Founded by two Asian dudes, namely Malcolm Ong and Michael Karnjanaprakorn, Skillshare isn’t just about tutorials, but monetizing the teaching of skills. It aspires [...]

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