A week has passed since the government recommended that all Swedish higher education institutions and secondary schools to be transferred to the open and distance learning. It was the company the mother ship, that sells online courses in photography, art and design, is to act on it. Then on Tuesday, teachers, and school administrators to order the free of charge access to his / her students to take note of all of the 400 the training.
" I, myself, am from a really, really lärarsläkte, and we've had a lot of video conferencing in the family as to how they will be able to take it from here. So, it is a great feeling to be able to turn out, " says founder Mattias Sjöberg Explains.
the Courses ranges from quite a specialized training on how to select the right lens for your camera and how to supply images to the press, to the broader courses on how to become better at Instagram, or fine-tuning their mobilfotograferande.
One of the courses is on how to work from home when there are no teachers or other students.
Mattias, Michael, Karlsson, Moderskeppets co-founder. Photo Credit: By Eva Roy.
this has been enabled in the free account type, then the Mothership, the offer. However, it is suddenly possible to make use of the service without having to pay for is not something that seems to upset the most about 15,000 dues-paying members.
" Now, in the morning, our service technicians have received about 400 letters from members of the majority thought it was a good move. It was lovely to wake up to on a Monday night, it is, of course, in spite of all of our dues-paying members, which allows for this, " says Mattias Sjöberg Explains.
the Arguments are similar to from the teaching profession, which are in the social media, have used the opportunity to say thank you to the mother ship, in what is Mattias, Michael, Karlsson calls ”the world cup in the nice emojis”.
Initially, the plan is to get this offer shall be valid until the first of July.
But students still need to work from home, then we can look to extend the period.
for more information, see the new Arrivals, and the swedes will have a new venue online the Link to the graphic