Who wants to disrupt R training and R education?July 28th, 2014 in R Programming
New Features for R training and R educationFor over a year now, DataCamp has been working on building tailored and scalable EdTech tools for R training and R education. We do these developments for our own R courses and tutorials -in 2014 alone we already trained over 42,000 new R enthusiast- and for academics, trainers and companies using R in a narrow or a broad sense. In the past months, we have been working hard on some serious improvements to our course creation tools and today we make these new developments available to the public. You can now:
- Integrate video material and add slides,
- Write better and more complex submission correctness tests (more on that in a follow-up blogpost soon),
- And - upon request- set up private learning environments for your students and clients and track their individual performance. (We'll make sure to cover the technicalities of these new features in more detail in one of our next posts.)
For academics, trainers and enterprisesWith these new functionalities and tools we want to meet the new needs and challenges of:
- academics that want to complement their academic lectures with new and exciting interactive exercises,
- trainers and training companies that need to adapt their online and live course portfolio to the changing business environment,
- package authors and R enthusiasts that want to create their own online course on their favourite topic or package,
- and (large) enterprises in need of cost-effective, but yet tailored and scalable trainings.
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