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ENGL210: Technical Writing

New course: Technical Writing

January 20, 2016

We’re pleased to announce a brand new course, ENGL210: Technical Writing. Don’t let the name fool you — this course is about much more than simply writing product manuals or software documentation. Across seven units, you will learn: Audience Analysis Writing Memos & Emails Writing Formal Letters Using Visuals to Convey Information Process Documentation Writing … Read More …

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A new direction for Creative Commons in 2016

January 14, 2016

Quoting from: Where are we? – Creative Commons Over the next few days, I’m going to share a series of posts about Creative Commons’ 2016-2020 strategy. Let me skip to the end: CC is going to refocus our work to build a vibrant, usable commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude. Over the course of these … Read More …

Pathway to a $5000 Degree

New Saylor Partnership Yields $5,000 Accredited Bachelor’s Degree Pathway

January 12, 2016

Saylor Academy has partnered with Qualifi, a UK Awarding Organization, and City Vision University, an accredited online university based in Kansas City, Missouri, to increase global access to curated and credentialed higher education by providing a four-year degree pathway to students for only $5,000 (Associates Degree for $2,000). This unique partnership creates a path for … Read More …


How to manage your Accredible course certificates

January 5, 2016

Just in time to ring in the new year, the good folks at our partner Accredible have made some changes to improve how you can manage your Saylor Academy course certificates. Previously, you could log in from Accredible’s homepage by clicking the login link, specifying that you are a student rather than an issuer, and entering … Read More …