Learning by Doing
Learning can be defined as the process by which changes in behavior result from
experience or practice. The "experience or practice" aspect of this definition
is especially important when applied to computer technology. We believe that
the best way to learn about new technology is to immediately work with that
technology. Simply hearing someone describe how a technology is intended to
work does not provide the experience or practice we consider critical in
Many of our courses include a combination of lecture and workshops intended to
provide the student with firsthand experience. The workshops vary in degree of
difficulty. The more challenging workshops require "original thinking" to
develop solutions to complex problems.
Educators and Practitioners
Because we believe the best way to learn is by doing, our instructors bring
more than theory to the classroom. Our instructors have worked with the
technology they teach. This provides the student with the additional benefit
of hearing about innovative solutions to problems faced by real businesses.
This also ensures that the workshops will provide practical experience which
can be immediately applied by the student on their own job.