SkillDisplay as a Service offers the possibility to get a SkillDisplay instance and therefore allows to create private, in-house skills and SkillTrees. Employees and students can therefore be educated without the need of making resources open source.
The year 2018 has ended and the new year 2019 has begun. As every year, it is time for New Year’s resolutions for the SkillDisplay team, as well as learners, educators and business persons! Also, the top users of SkillDisplay are announced in this blog entry.
Plan and enhance your lecture with the help of the SkillDisplay platform. This blog post guides you on how to get started, how to track your students' knowledge by using organisations and how your educational institution can cooperate with a company.
Three students passed the TCCE exam after learning TYPO3 for 1 ½ days. They did it in course of the University Day in Mainz, where SkillDisplay was hosting the MainzificRim adventure, a hands-on way to learn the TYPO3 Editor skills.
Thanks to the people behind TYPO3 University Day (T3UD18) for running a fantastic event and for hosting us so well. We’ve gathered a few impressions from participators and organizers to give you a multifaceted insight into the event.
Join us in Mainz for the TYPO3 University Day from 25 - 26 Sept 2018. High five to all of our sponsors: in2code GmbH, Pluswerk AG, bitmotion GmbH, 3m5. Media GmbH, sunzinet AG, mehrwert intermediale kommunikation GmbH, Q3i GmbH & Co. KG and Tritum GmbH.
Now that the workshops for three of the certification types - TCCD, TCCE and TCCI - are completed, it’s time to reflect on them and their outcomes. This article is the last part of a blog series by SkillDisplay about improving education within the TYPO3 sector. Learn how to benefit from SkillPaths and SkillTrees - use SkillUp buttons to prove already acquired skills.
In SkillDisplay’s current blog post you can read about the new TYPO3 certification workflow. The aim of the whole workflow is to shorten the time between releasing a new Long Term Support (LTS) version and updating the certification itself.
In the second part of SkillDisplay’s series about enhancing education within the TYPO3 sector, we’ll learn more about the participating parties - TYPO3 Education Committee, TYPO3 GmbH and SkillDisplay themselves - and the roles they play in improving the processes therein. Read about it in SkillDisplay’s newest blog post.
The demand for complex websites that are nevertheless user-friendly is ever-growing. Like large-scale businesses, higher educational institutions have a diverse audience they need to address: Students, alumni and faculty staff, to name but a few. In this blog post, we’re focusing on how these institutions are collaborating successfully with TYPO3 CMS, and why they do so.
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.