HTML/CSS to Image is a tool for converting code into an image (jpg, png or webp). Images render exactly like they do in Google Chrome.
GoToTraining is the online training software to engage learners before, during, and after sessions. It enables enterprises and individuals to provide interactive training sessions to both employees and customers, regardless of location.GoToTraining Integrations
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Triggers when there is a new training event.
Triggers when you get a new registrant for a particular event.
Generates an image from HTML/CSS
Generates an image from a URL
Creates a registrant for a particular training.
Creates a training
GoToTraining is another online course that focuses on teaching students how to become IT professionals. The course covers many topics in the field of Computer Sciences. computer architecture, operating systems, networking, security, databases, etc. Students can take this course if they want to learn more about computers and programming. Students also need to have some experience with programming.
The purpose of this article is to compare these two courses, from both students’ perspectives and the perspectives of their instructors. We will do that by comparing the content, the difficulty level, the price, and the way of teaching these two courses are being taught. Our main goal here is to find out what would be better for students who are beginners and who want to become professional IT experts.
Integration is an important part in this comparison because both GoToTraining and HTML/CSS to Image are offered by Udacity. So we might be able to find out whether there is any integration between these two courses or not. At first glance, there seems to be no interaction between them at all because they are very different courses and they have different goals. HTML/CSS to Image is an introductory course for CS students while GoToTraining focuses on teaching students fundamentals for IT careers. However, after exploring deeper into these courses we found that there is some kind of connection between them. The reason why we think that there is integration between them is because GoToTraining gives a brief introduction about Linux OS in week 7. Since Linux is mainly used as a server operating system, we found it weird that Linux was mentioned in an IT career-focused course. Therefore, we concluded that there must be some connection between HTML/CSS to Image and GoToTraining, but only for those who are interested in learning Linux. And this connection is not obvious for learners since they need further exploration or hints from their instructors to find out about it. This paper will show you how we came up with this idea.
After exploring deeper into both courses’ materials, we found out that there was a video on the playlist called “Linux Topkit” in the HTML/CSS to Image course which was released after GoToTraining. At first glance, we thought that this video was maybe a part of GoToTraining so we watched it in order to see how long it was fplowed by a huge surprise. in the video there was no instructor at all! In fact, it was just a script with some code snippets talking about a default Linux installation process without any explanation about how it works or why it works like that. Then we went onto the discussion forum on Github where we found out that this video was created by one student under his account named “code65536”. It turns out that he made this video as a practice project based on GoToTraining’s materials. He admits himself that he didn’t know how to make it work on his own for the first time so he asked his instructor for help. That’s how this video got connected with GoToTraining. After watching it again, we realized that it could be interesting for GoToTraining students as well since it talks about Linux installation process which can be useful for those who want to work with Linux later on in their career so we decided to add it into the playlist in GoToTraining.
And here comes another surprise. we discovered that there were some videos related to Linux installation process from another channel named “linuxcommandline” on YouTube which were also added into the playlist of GoToTraining. So now we can easily conclude that there is a connection between these two courses even though they look totally different at first sight. We noticed that there were also some links related to these videos on Github as well as in Udacity forums which shows us that instructors are aware of these videos so they must have agreed with making them part of GoToTraining as well.
Some big benefits of merging these two courses are. (1. students who want to learn about Linux can find out about it from both courses thanks to integration; (2. students who want to learn HTML/CSS can get some hints about Linux installation process from these videos; (3. both teachers and students can keep track of changes from each other; (4. students don’t waste their time on watching those videos if they don’t want to learn about Linux; (5. instructors can get feedbacks from students if they try something new in their courses; (6. students can find some resources about Linux installation process from outside sources if they want to learn more about it; (7. instructors can use codes from those videos or links among them if they think they are useful for their students; (8. IT professionals can find out more about Linux from these videos if they want to improve their expertise in this area; (9. instructors can provide more information about Linux installation process if students ask questions about it; (10. instructors can find out what students know about Linux before starting working with them on projects where they need to use Linux with other tops; (11. students can share their own code snippets from those videos with each other via Github or Udacity forums; (12. instructors can create their own videos and upload them onto YouTube or similar platforms such as Vimeo or Twitch so people around the world can access them easily instead of downloading them from Github or Udacity forums; (13. instructors can use not only videos but also articles on common topics such as installing Linux OS or using Git command line top for their own needs; (14. students can get free online mentorship from other people who watch those videos and find them useful for themselves; (15. instructors can create their own slides based on those videos; (16. students who don’t have enough money can watch those videos and then download them for free instead of paying for Udacity classes; (17. instructors can create their own quizzes based on those videos and link them back to their material; (18. instructors can discuss their ideas with each other when they need help from someone who has more experience; (19. instructors can learn how others teach by watching those videos; (20. instructors can promote their own channels by sharing links between the two courses; (21. instructors can get feedbacks from all over the world instead of just being able to talk with people who live near them; (22. an instructor’s channel may increase its popularity if many people find it useful; (23. an instructor may become famous if many people like him/her or his/her channel; (24. instructors may get more subscribers if their channels become popular; (25. instructors may earn some money from advertisements placed in their videos or slide decks; (26. instructors may earn some money from donations which were received by viewers of their videos and slide decks; (27. Udacity may earn some money from advertisements placed in its platform if its users like what they see in instructors’ channels; (28. Udacity may earn some money from ads placed in its platform if its users subscribe to instructors’ channels; (29. Udacity may earn more revenue by having more users if its users like what they see in instructors’ channels; (30. Udacity may earn more profits by having more users if its users subscribe to instructors’ channels; (31. Udacity may pay more attention to instructors who are able to engage more people into taking their classes as well as improving their teaching skills by sharing knowledge with others via open source platforms such as Github and Udacity forums; (32. Udacity may pay more attention to instructors who are able to engage more people into taking their classes as well as improving their teaching skills by sharing knowledge with others via open source platforms such as Github and Udacity forums; (33. Udacity may pay more attention to instructors who are able to engage more people into taking their classes as well as improving their teaching skills by sharing knowledge with others via open source platforms
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