The New Learning Path: Using On-Demand Video for Online Education

November 12, 2015 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

Marketing sure ain’t what it used to be. A new era demands new skills.

Think about it: Did you go to school for what you’re doing today? Can you learn demand generation or content creation in college? Not really.

In today’s marketing, tactics and outcomes mean much more than an accredited diploma.

While 72% of educational institutions believe recent graduates are ready for work, only 42% of employers agree.

This all adds up to one thing: today’s education is nothing more then an expensive line on your resume. But how can you learn the skills you need to succeed?

In this video session from Vidyard Space Camp, you’ll find out.

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