As universities and colleges across the world are moving courses online to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, GoReact—the most popular tool in the world for teaching performance-based skills online—is extending support and resources to affected higher education institutions.
From now until June 30, 2020, college and university departments can onboard and use GoReact at no extra charge. Institutions may use GoReact for as many departments, courses, instructors, and students as needed, for free.
“We understand this is a time of significant urgency for schools to maintain continuity of learning while trying to mitigate coronavirus spread,” said Ken Meyers, GoReact founder and CEO. “This is our way of offering no-strings-attached help for maintaining that learning momentum mid-semester. Skill-development courses create unique challenges for online environments, and that’s where we’re particularly useful. We’re happy to do our part right now.”
GoReact’s customer success team will also provide free training resources and quick-start webinars to get faculty up and running fast. Any interested institution may contact GoReact at 801-717-3499 to get help with this free service.
For the latest information on the coronavirus outbreak, visit the CDC website.
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