Is it possible to learn a Robotics Course Online

Robotics course online by Guruface Academy
Are you planning to learn robotics? It is a popular option among students and professionals, as the field has gained huge popularity in the last decade. Robotics engineers are in high demand these days. In fact, according to a report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), job opportunities for robotics engineers are expected to grow faster than average starting from 2021. The BLS predicted that there will be more than 20,000 jobs available by 2024 in the robotics industry. Growth trends ...
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Robot Framework – Things You Must Know About

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Things you need to know about Robot Framework are listed in a Question & Answer session It is quite sure that we dreamed of building and operating or simply operating a robot at some point in our lives. With that dream or its remnants subtly embedded in our consciousness, the term robot framework may be like a framework that helps you build or operate robots. Isn’t it? However, this is not the case, the term has nothing to do with any robot, although it sounds similar.This framework has ...
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3 Ways Your Experience Can Help You Sell Your Services – Marketing Online Courses

Rohan Ayyar for Convince & Convert writes:  (excerpted)   Here are 3 ways you can help people gain from your experience, monetize your knowledge and skills. 1. Create an Expert Guide Set up a website or a blog, pour all your years of experience into a nice content guide, and start promoting it on social media and other marketing channels. The first baby step (read: giant leap) you have to take is to create an awesome guide. Make it as simple and appealing as you can. GuruFace Comment: Sta...
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Top 5 E-Learning Software Tools for Complete Online Teaching Course

Unplage.com writes: A proficient carpenter uses a set of tools to create frames for new houses, install kitchen furniture and do other important work to make the house of your dream. Building an e-Learning course is just like constructing a house: The right choice of tools determines the final result, and actually the future life of the people living in that house. Course authors, professional business trainers, and teachers use certain tools to develop courses and deliver them to end users. In ...
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How to Add the Human Element to Online Learning

Rob Kelly for Faculty Focus writes: The online classroom can sometimes feel like a lonely place due to a lack of presence of the instructor and other students. This lack of presence can negatively affect learning and lead to student attrition. Fortunately, some relatively simple measures can significantly add the essential human element to online courses. In an interview with Online Classroom, Jennifer Merrill, instructional designer at Salisbury University, offered some design and facilitation ...
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Teach Online | How To Sell More Online Courses

We recently came across a useful website called "eCourseDomination.com" where Tim Cooper offers insight and guidance on how to develop and sell courses online. Recently he interviewed  John Thompson who  created his own line course titled, "SpringFramework.guru" site in January 2015 and started out sharing free content and courses as he continued to work on his ‘definitive’ spring framework course.   Tim  Cooper explores how John Thompson transformed his courses to a profitable venture. Tim Coop...
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5 E-Learning Trends to Watch in 2016 – How GuruFace Supports Courses, Instructors, & Students

Jay Malcom for Business2Community writes: Our top trends for 2016 are a collection of new and not-so-new (but reaching critical mass) developments in eLearning. Let’s take a look. Growth of Mobile – We’ve noted the growth of mobile as a significant trend for awhile now, but we expect it to continue in 2016. It’s reached a point where clients simply expect the solutions we create for them work seamlessly on mobile devices, and our dev team has responded by taking a “mobile-first” approach. Lo...
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3 Challenges Online Education Helps Adult Learners Overcome

Darwin Green for US News World Report writes: After a long and difficult decision, I decided to return to college after a 12-year gap between my sophomore and junior years. Things had changed since I had been to college, both for me and in education. I now had a pregnant wife and bills to pay – something I never had to consider as a young man in my early 20s. And an undergraduate degree somehow became the new high school diploma. I needed a way to find financial security while maintaining my ...
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How Technology Is Disrupting Education And The Opportunity For Brands

Aaron Paquette writes:   As the growing student debt crisis painfully highlights, the cost of a traditional college education has become very burdensome for many students and new grads. It’s just a matter of time before a startup comes in and disrupts the sector, in the same way Uber did with the taxicab industry. In fact, this disruption has already begun with the rise of startups in the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) space. The MOOC company Coursera is leading the charge, alongside TutorG...
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How Mobile Devices Have Made Studying Online Easier

Carol Trehearn for the Globaldispatch writes: Online learning already has a glowing reputation for being a more flexible alternative, as it allows students to schedule their own learning hours and doesn’t require travelling to physical classes on campus. In short, online learning can be done from sitting on your sofa, and there’s no need to change out of your pajamas and still earn a degree. However, the advancement of mobile technology is making online learning even easier, especially for those...
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