IM Academy is a new app that offers a (rather extravagant) learning solution to those who are tech-savvy but not a computer or coding-savvy. The app helps users learn how to learn more effectively through short, interactive lessons, which also offer the ability to track progress and feedback on performance.
This article provides an in-depth understanding of what IM Academy is and how it works. It also compares this website or app with similar programs such as Codecademy, Udacity, Skillshare, and Khan Academy.
What’s IM Academy?
The Academy app is owned and created by Internet Marketing Training Company, InternetMarketingAcademy.com.
It is a website that connects aspiring students with skilled tutors to provide them with personalized lessons that are designed specifically for them. IM Academy offers training with different courses and tracks. The course tracks will vary from one individual to another depending on their unique learning need based on the selected field of interest.
The website works by allowing those who are interested in learning a certain subject to create an account and then complete a profile survey which will help the website customize the student’s lessons.
How does IM Academy work?
IM Academy works by first creating an account. Users must provide their name, email address, and password to create an account. They will then be required to register using their Facebook or Google+ accounts. Once an account has been created, the user will be able to browse through the courses available. The courses are arranged into tracks, and each track is made up of lessons. Each lesson has a time frame (usually ranging from 5-10 minutes). Once the user begins a lesson, they become a student who is mentored by an elite mentor who acts as a guide throughout the process.
The mentor will guide the student as they complete the lesson. They will be able to assess the student’s performance concerning each task that is set in each of the lessons. It is important to note that mentors do not block, edit, or change any part of their evaluation of students’ performances. This is so that their feedback remains unbiased and allows students to make an informed decision on how they can improve their performance. \Refer to this channel on YouTube, for related information.
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