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I have been working at Compass Knowledge as a contractor (Less than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
If you have the skills, this does not require heavy lifting. On occasion, it's informative and interesting.
The nature of the work is not consistant. It ebbs and flows with the demands of the various schools posting online courses. And, as a contractor, I have no real communication with the course developers. I have lots to offer by way of years of editorial experience, but I get the sense there is little desire to really tackle the details.
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As a full-time, in-house QA specialist, I could form relationships with the developers and communicate the need to be exact in the details. Applying Associated Press style to the courses, rather than the un-observed academic styles would create a far more user-friendly course environment.
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When it comes to distance learning, Embanet-Compass Knowledge Group points colleges and universities in the right direction. The company partners with academic institutions that want to establish online and distance education programs, particularly in the health care and criminal justice fields. In addition to converting traditional curricula into interactive courses, it also develops marketing and recruitment plans for the programs. Embanet-Compass' clients include the University of Florida, University of Cincinnati, and Boston University. In 2010 Compass Knowledge ...