Partnerships Provide New Online Courses

Hungry Minds.com has announced partnerships with Business2.0, The History Channel, PBS and Women.com. These companies will develop stimulating and fun online courses for the post-college market that focus on a wide variety of topics. For example, Business2.0 will co-develop a class on conducting business in the Internet economy. PBS’s "Excellence in Non-Profit Leadership and Management," developed by the Learning Institute for Nonprofit Organizations, is a certificate program consisting of eight live satellite broadcasts delivered by PBS’s Adult Learning Service.

Hungry Minds.com has announced partnerships with Business2.0, The History Channel, PBS and Women.com. These companies will develop stimulating and fun online courses for the post-college market that focus on a wide variety of topics. For example, Business2.0 will co-develop a class on conducting business in the Internet economy. PBS’s "Excellence in Non-Profit Leadership and Management," developed by the Learning Institute for Nonprofit Organizations, is a certificate program consisting of eight live satellite broadcasts delivered by PBS’s Adult Learning Service.

A one-stop learning marketplace, Hungry Minds.com provides students an array of online courses and resources through discussion groups, online communities and knowledge databases. Through its partnerships with over 30 companies and universities, it can offer students a diverse and extensive listing of online learning products. Hungry Minds.com, San Francisco, CA, www.hungryminds.com.

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/1999 issue of THE Journal.

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