Christina is an electronics student at FH Technikum Vienna, University of Applied Sciences. Previously, she was in a technical highschool where she studied IT / media technology, where she learned about TYPO3 with the help of SkillDisplay. After she got her school leaving certificate she became a part of the SkillDisplay team.
Together with SkillDisplay, our Erasmus+ partners and the TYPO3 Education Committee, the TYPO3 GmbH supports the improvement of education within the TYPO3 sector. The aim is to increase accessibility, ensure certification quality and chart community knowledge. Learn more about content phase in SkillDisplay’s most recent blog post.
Erasmus+ is a modern funding programme which supports younger people in their activities. Their offerings cover fields such as education, sports and training. With the recent approval of their programme, the platforms of SkillDisplay can be developed further. Besides, the usage of different personas will benefit the TYPO3 community.
Who uses TYPO3, and why? Which state of knowledge do you have about the CMS? SkillDisplay shows how to find out more about your target group. Using personas is crucial for this. Learn how to create them with this step-by-step guide!
Are you eager to support people with different e-learning methods? SkillDisplay shows how you can solve people's problems by creating an online tutorial. Follow their five-step plan to make your tutorial king! Also, use the Self SkillUp-button to share your acquired skills with others.
Learning is a personal experience and everyone learns in a different way. It’s about content, and also about the different styles of learning. SkillDisplay shows how TYPO3 skills can be learnt and uses two methods for effectively visualizing information: the so called SkillTree and the SkillPath.