Udemy educational content available on LenovoEDU Community


Tuesday, 02 March, 2021

Udemy educational content available on LenovoEDU Community

Learning and teaching online platform Udemy has announced that the recently launched LenovoEDU community by Lenovo will offer Udemy content and pathways to course recommendations for specific careers.

LenovoEDU is an online community that offers support and resources for college and career students, parents and guardians of K–12 students, and educators to optimise learning opportunities with a ‘self-serve’ and ‘build your own curriculum’ mindset.

“2020 brought record challenges to how students and teachers across the world access, consume and share e-learning resources,” said Ajit Sivadasan, Vice President and General Manager of Lenovo.com at Lenovo.

“At a time when education has undergone such historic shifts, it is now more important than ever that students can readily access the most in-demand skills to forge a long-lasting and successful career. That’s why we’re collaborating with Udemy to offer smarter online education for all through the LenovoEDU community.”

In a global economy that’s becoming increasingly difficult to navigate, the LenovoEDU community offers learners and educators a one-stop shop to connect with peers. Members get access to curated educational video and expert blog content offering advice on teaching, learning and professional development to help teachers educate and students prepare for whatever comes next.

To streamline access to the necessary skills to thrive in today’s competitive economy, the LenovoEDU community offers its members Udemy’s extensive library of over 155,000 courses taught by more than 70,000 real-world experts by topic and career path.

“Learning is more important than ever, and we want to make it as simple as possible for students and teachers to access, consume and share educational resources around the globe,” said Llibert Argerich, SVP of Marketing at Udemy.

“At the core of our business, we help people do whatever comes next in their professional journeys and improve lives through learning. As such, we’re thrilled to be a part of LenovoEDU to help more people more easily access necessary skills when they need it.”

To learn more visit the new LenovoEDU community website.

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