Today we announce our new education membership pricing packages for current university-level students and professors who wish to supplement classroom learning with hands-on training.
Linux Academy now offers a 3-month membership for only $60 to any current college or university students looking to enhance their IT education. In addition, university-level professors are eligible for a free membership to supplement their curriculum with Linux Academy’s resources for Linux, AWS, OpenStack, DevOps, Azure and Big Data (coming soon).
Professors can complement their curriculum with Linux Academy’s library of video lessons, practice exams, scenario-based server labs and assessments. Once in the system, professors will be able to share a signup code with students to connect with the class. Professors customize curriculums by curating content into specific Learning Paths for each class, then assign Learning Paths to students as quizzes, exercises or homework. With their free account, professors can monitor students’ work and progress using Linux Academy tools for benchmarking and automatic grading.
Linux Academy offers the best tools for all levels of learners to prepare for certification in a variety of Linux, AWS, OpenStack, DevOp, Azure and Big Data topics. With a subscription, students have access to the full learning library, free hands-on server labs, study guides, community forums and live instructors who will answer questions or explain burgeoning competencies.
To participate in this promotion, students and professors must have an approved, valid university or college email address. Discount applies to individual memberships, paid on a quarterly basis. For more information, or to join the Linux Academy for Edu program, visit www.linuxacademy.com.
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