At this institution, students are taught various subjects and skills. Teachers seek to integrate Information Communication Technology(ICT) in the classroom & according to their opinion: Eliademy is the ideal solution.
We are very happy to see this small island and their teachers embracing 21st century solutions. We are even happier that Eliademy is used by all age groups, nationalities and that one can have an opportunity to high quality education no matter where they are located.
Soon we will update also our mobile client for offline reading (estimated delivery May 2015) so we can make it easier for students to continue learning at home without internet. Stay tuned to our updates and participate to our localisation efforts or simply to the discussion on what to build next.
The Global Workers Justice Alliance story is amazing, was founded by Cathleen Caron to challenge a developing and unaddressed crisis in the globalizing economy: abused migrant workers being shut out of the justice system because they went home to their families. Starting out as an attorney defending the rights of migrant workers in Florida, she saw this denial of justice again and again. After a hard-earned class action win against a particularly exploitative farm in south Florida, she was profoundly troubled when the majority of the two thousand farmworkers never recovered the wages legally owed them because they had left Florida, many to return to their homeland of Guatemala. Cathleen’s experience was similar to other advocates across the United States. Despite diligent efforts by dedicated advocates, the reality of these workers’ lives meant that they crossed borders, complicating any legal action on their behalf.
Subsequently, Cathleen designed and spearheaded a project on human trafficking in East Timor. What she encountered in East Timor was the same as the United States–the denial of cross-border justice. She began to realize that the need “portable justice”–as she started calling it–was not confined to North America but that it was a global phenomena. Forcing workers to choose between enforcing their rights or going home seemed wholly unjust. Cathleen was determined to find another way.
This week update focused on simplifying even further the course access settings and responding to various issues that you have noticed via UserVoice. In particular we have:
Simplified course setting page and added additional explanations of various course modes
Fixed problem with custom background picture that was reseting while changing category
Improved display of submission counters across all platform
Improved reliability of assigning additional teacher on a course
Simplified starting Eliademy Premium trial
Added transaction receipts history for Eliademy Premium
We also updated default user picture for each new user, but please remember that it is very easy to change you profile picture by importing it from your social media account.
Thank you for your feedback during this week. Please remember to share your experience with us directly or via Ideas forum. If you have a minute of free time, please volunteer to make Eliademy fully available in your language.
Spring is finally here, enjoy it as much as we do!
Sookmyung Women’s University (Korean: 숙명여자대학교(淑明女子大學校)) is a private university in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South 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.
Learn more about Eliademy Premium Academic license here.