Halifax, November 10, 2015 – Colaisde na Gàidhlig / Gaelic College along with sageCrowd announced today that they have partnered to provide online courses about the Cape Breton way of Gaelic music, language, and dance.
“It is exciting to see our content online and know it will reach a broader audience,” Honourable Rodney J. MacDonald, Chief Executive Officer and former Nova Scotia Premier, says. “With this new offering students will be able to learn in-depth knowledge about the Gaelic culture.”
Gaelic College is currently offering 18 courses including 180 teaching videos covering Gaelic language, Gaelic song, fiddle, piping, step-dancing, and piano accompaniment. Students can begin at any level or work their way up from the basics to more advanced curriculum. Using sageCrowd Collaboration Platform students will also get to engage and collaborate with each other, which improves the experience and the learning impact.
“We are excited to be collaborating with Gaelic College,” says sageCrowd CEO, Sean Sears. “This training covers a large part of their curriculum and we are thrilled with the result. We look forward to adding more of our science of learning methodology, SAGECROWD WAY, to continue improving the experience.”
For more information on courses offered through Colaisde na Gàidhlig, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website: http://www.gaeliccollege.edu. Additionally, if you have a training program you would like to deploy please contact sageCrowd at email@example.com
About Gaelic College:
Gaelic College is an educational institution that offers year-round programming in the culture, music, language, crafts, customs, and traditions of the immigrants from the Highlands of Scotland. Students can study from over 10 traditional arts including: the Cape Breton fiddle, piano, guitar, step-dancing and piping, highland dancing, weaving, and the Gaelic language.
SageCrowd is a software company transforming enterprise training by leveraging breakthroughs from the 'science of learning'. SageCrowd believes that aligning training to the brain’s natural learning process is the key to better results. Their mission is to help enterprises and educators implement their most mission critical training projects.
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