I’m so excited about teaching on Curious.com! I received an email from Dara saying, “I really enjoyed your Adobe software lessons and want to discuss bringing you on board as a teacher at Curious.com”, so I checked out the site and liked the format. I’ve just started with them, so this really isn’t a review, but I figured I would add it to that section on our website and update you as I learn more.
The video tutorials here are broken up into segments with questions for you to answer. Some tutorials are free and others are not. If you have questions, you can easily email the teacher.
Here is some info from their website:
Our mission is to connect lifelong learners with the world’s best teachers (of anything).
Founded in 2012, Curious.com, Inc. offers an innovative and engaging marketplace that connects lifelong learners with exceptional teachers around the world. Curious is home to short-format video-based interactive lessons that help anyone learn about anything on their own time. It also provides a range of free, easy-to-use tools for teachers that enable them to market, share, and monetize their lessons to millions of learners. Curious is a private company funded by Redpoint Ventures, GSV Capital, Bill Campbell, Jesse Rogers and Justin Kitch based in Menlo Park, CA. For more information visit www.curious.com.
A snapshot of Curious.com:
As I work on the site and get to understand it more, I will update this post, but for now check it out and if you have time let me know what you think.
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