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Millionlights Join Forces with Saylor to Deliver Online Education and Skill Development to Learners in India

May 25, 2016

Millionlights a Pune, India based company, and Saylor Academy, based in Washington, DC., have entered into an agreement to help Indian learners access quality education by offering Saylor’s courses built by credentialed professors and subject matter experts. Millionlights and Saylor will work together to offer Saylor courses through Millionlights online education platform ‘’, which is … Read More …

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New features in our Discussion Forums

May 23, 2016

Our community discussion forums are powered by open source software called Discourse. If you (ahem!) haven’t visited or joined our forums, you can do so right now: Visit the forums Join the forums We are now up to date with Version 1.5 of Discourse and wanted to let you know about new features and what … Read More …

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Student Handbook updated and revised

May 19, 2016

We have just rolled out a new student handbook, which you can view any time at Those who have been around long enough to be quite familiar with Saylor Academy won’t notice too much that has changed, but here’s the news: We have removed references to the ePortfolio. We have clarified guidelines on maintaining … Read More …

SkillSmart and Saylor Academy Announce Skills-Based Training Partnership

April 21, 2016

SkillSmart and Saylor Academy are partnering to accelerate skills-based learning and employment opportunities. Together, SkillSmart’s skills matching algorithm and Saylor Academy’s cost-effective training platform will streamline the pathway from education to employment for job seekers. Ninety percent of employers believe that graduates lack the skills they need, while nearly 50 percent of recent college graduates … Read More …