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  1. #11
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    NO, never, I always studied very hard and memorized everything to the perfect knowledge, and I'm proud of it

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    E-learning software is at times referred to as electrical learning software. This is due to the fact that the main task of e-learning tools is produced in order to make or make educational resources. There are other, related types of software that govern the various different qualities of electrical learning. For example, more broad Learning Management Systems (LMS) automate the administration, testing, tracking and reporting of student progress with support for online courses. The e-learning software is more limited in scope: it provides the tools you need to create these online courses. I can recommend a cool software development company - https://myoxygen.co.uk/development. You can also order a consultation from them and make a layout.

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    I made a guide for learning English. I coped quite quickly and well with the theoretical part, but there were problems with the online implementation. But then I came across a useful article https://www.swaay.com/how-to-choose-...ce-consultants, and I was able to find a company that helped with the implementation and promotion.

  4. #14
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    Once me and my friend have tried to launch a project with writing guidelines for academic assignments.
    It was interesting, though. As an avid reader, I appreciate high-quality text, so i enjoyed that project a lot.
    But, it's very hard to work hard on a project when you already have a part-time job. ((

    Although, now I'm working on another platform that deals with different issues relevant today - it's https://www.gotellmama.org/. I would actually appreciate it if you check that website and provide me with some feedback.

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    I think for the great e-learning courses you need a decent software development skills. I would like to recommend reading this article https://spd.group/app-dev/the-true-b...p-development/ as it explains the process of creating a software product as well as finding the right partner for the job!

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    Today I watched an e-learning course on a woman's blog and wondered how she got so many subscribers, over 100 thousand. I was thinking about creating my own blog, but it seems to me that there is so much competition now and it is so difficult ...
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