PASOS, welcome to Eliademy

Today, we are proud to welcome on Eliademy the Czech Non-Governmental Organization PASOS. PASOS stands for Policy Association for an Open Society. It is a network of independent policy centers in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia who have a shared mission to promote and protect democracy, human rights and open society values. The key areas the organization is working on are democracy & human rights, good governance & open economy, sustainable development and international co-operation.

“Eliademy looks excellent and seems to have all the features we want in a learning platform”, says Alfredo Azula, Communications Manager of PASOS.

The NGO PASOS offer online courses on Eliademy

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Bring your ideas to the crowds and monetize them

We all have something to share. A project, a passion, an idea, or the knowledge and expertise we’ve gathered with the years.

Nowadays, in the digital era, it is easier than ever to spread our ideas and share them with the world. No need to wait months and many refusals to finally see our book edited or to spend thousands of dollars in promotion. Nowadays, anyone can share and spread ideas on social networks, blogs, websites, forums, etc. But how to monetize them? The answer is very simple: create online courses.

The global e-learning market is expected to reach $ 107 billion in 2015 [1]. Millions of people are already regularly visiting e-learning platforms to learn new things. And the e-learning market is growing at a fast pace (five-year annual compound rate of 9.2% [1])… It is a golden opportunity for anyone who has ideas and knowledge to share. Don’t miss it, go digital!

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Sookmyung Women’s University from South Korea joins Eliademy

South Korea Eliademy Sookmyung Women’s University (Korean: 숙명여자대학교(淑明女子大學校)) is a private university in Yongsan-guSeoulSouth Korea. Founded in 1906, Sookmyung is Korea’s first royal private educational institution for women. It has long history of educating female leaders in history. Sookmyung’s name come from ancient characters with meaning “elegant” and “bright”.

We are excited that our service is already used by 1000s of South Koreans and looks like that Eliademy popularity in the country will only grow after this special documentary about Supercell and Eliademy from South Korean national television.

If you want a glimpse of what kind of courses are served in South Korean language, take a look professor HYUNGYUL KIM profile on Eliademy.

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