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Mentors Matter When Learning Online: The Circuits Difference at GA


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The online education space is growing fast. But how do you deliver a high-quality, engaging experience online? As we have built our five Circuit courses — HTML, CSS & Web DesignJavaScript DevelopmentData Analysis, User Experience Design, and Digital Marketing — we believe the answer is simple: a dedicated mentor to hold you accountable through every stage of your learning.

When we put together our first Web Design Circuit in July 2014, we made a conscious choice to build in the sense of community and personalization that an instructor provides. This experience is a key part of General Assembly’s classroom programs. Continue reading

GA Launches ‘Web Design Circuit’ for Learning Web Design Online


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Today, we kick off the inaugural session of General Assembly’s first long-form online course, Web Design Circuit. Through twelve weeks of instruction, this online program will provide students with the skills they need to build a website from scratch, including HTML, CSS and the principles of good web design. We’re creating a new path for students to gain the web design skills they need to change careers or level up in their current jobs, regardless of their location or ability to make it to a GA campus.

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