Galvanize has raised $32m from investors including University Ventures and is using some of the money to acquire coding bootcamp operator Hack Reactor.
Galvanize recently announced plans to buy San Francisco-based Hack Reactor, which will make it one of the largest coding programs in the country.
Some students at the university will be able to store a 'digital skills' CV on a blockchain-based digital credential platform.
A select group of students will be eligible starting this fall
Norwich University, a military institute in Vermont, recently announced an income sharing agreement as an alternative to student loans.
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology will grant student credentials on blockchain, according to a new initiative implemented in partnership with Credly.
How microcredentials, nanodegrees and digital badges help busy executives stay abreast of business trends and on the path of lifelong learning.
According to ZDNet, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) has partnered with Credly, a digital credential platform, to give RMIT University students the option to have their information, data, and skills recorded...
Galvanize, a Denver-based tech training provider with a campus in Boulder, will acquire Hack Reactor, according to a Galvanize news release.
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