RE: Barnes & Noble U. (was Tech writers, cookbooks, and XML)

Subject: RE: Barnes & Noble U. (was Tech writers, cookbooks, and XML)
From: "Le Vie, DonaldX S" <donaldx -dot- s -dot- le -dot- vie -at- intel -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2001 07:15:59 -0800

I participated in several courses through Ziff-Davis University (Intro to
SQL, Intro to Object Technology; JavaScript Essentials) in 1998-1999. They
charged $7.50 a month for as many courses as you wanted to take. The ones I
signed up for were instructor led, meaning you had reading assignments,
lecture notes, exercises (optional), and a student chat lounge where you
could discuss homework/reading/exercises with students in the same class
(from all over the world). You could also chat with the instructor on
issues. At the completion of the course, you received a certificate (no
tests or anything), but you really get out of the classes what you're
willing to put into them. Really enjoyed the SQL and Intro to Object
Technology courses.

Oh, ZDU is now ElementK (www.elementk.com).

Donn Le Vie
Information Engineering
Network Computing Group
Intel



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