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HubLearn is a one-stop crowdsourced learning platform, across all categories of courses under one umbrella. We are proudly the first learning and educational platform where it is possible to bid live courses, tutors and seek for instant aid/funding. Through the platform, sponsors can also track in detail the sponsee’s funding which ensures its proper and beneficial utilization.

Any course under the sun

Any course under the sun

“Hub” in relation to HubLearn is a center of learning activity. We are also a “connection” point – connecting learners to tutors/sponsors. “Hub” also means collaboration.

We offer co-learning to people with limited financial means

E-Learning is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online.

We are proudly the first learning and educational platform where it is possible to bid live courses, tutors and seek for instant aid/funding. Through the platform, sponsors can also track in detail the sponsee’s funding which ensures its proper and beneficial utilization.

Three ongoing at a time

As many as the courses you are taking.

A Smartphone (Android, IOS and Microsoft) with access to internet (minimum of 2G).
When we have enough funding. Countries with the most inputs will be prioritized.

Collaborative learning

Students progress personally, while collectively working towards a common goal. Students are accountable to one another and, with appropriate direction, will self-manage this. Pupils learn to better understand and anticipate difference, recognise it in themselves and others, and use it to their advantage.

A typical collaborative learning process:

Students organise their efforts between themselves (group-structured)

Students source material to help them complete the activity

The activity is not monitored by the teacher (although they can help when assistance is requested by the group)

Students assess their own individual and group performance

Success depends on individual strengths

Find out more about collaborative learning as a pedagogical model for primary schools

Cooperative learning

Like the cast and crew of a theatre production, co-operation involves interdependence. Roles and responsibilities are clearly defined but are open for negotiation. This method of collaboration brings with it a strong sense of accountability.

In contrast to collaborative learning, a cooperative learning structure takes the following form:

Activities are structured with each student assigned a specific role (teacher-structured)

Teachers supply information for students to read and analyse (or let pupils know where this info can be found)

Teachers observe, listen and intervene where necessary

Students submit work at the end of lesson for evaluation/assessment

The success of the group depends upon the efforts of everyone involved

Only tutors & course providers can offer options for bidding. Only. learners can bid. Process of bidding the Beta/App.

Everyone is qualified. Course providers supply “free” learning. They can give free seats on their courses or they can offer full free course. Only the sponsor can decide if they will give you full sponsorship.

A person who tries out our beta program and gives feedback for product development.

Until we get full version before the end of 2019. We transfer testers to be regular users.

Sign up as Tester. We will provide you more info.

We are always open to people who want to cooperate with us. Fill up the application form and send to us.

The course provider or educational institution. HubLearn will issue certificates only for our own seminars.

No certificate for the time-being.
Based on reviews, feedback & course providers’ qualifications.

A Social Enterprise is a proper business that makes its money in a socially responsible way. These ventures are not necessarily formed to reinvest all profits into the communities.

By selling goods and services in the open market, social enterprises reinvest the money they make back into their business or the local community. This allows them to tackle social problems, improve people’s life chances, support communities and help the environment. So, when a social enterprise profits society profits.

We are beyond grateful for your desire to contribute your passions and skills to HubLearn. There are so many ways for you to contribute, all are highly needed and humbly treasured:

  1. Spread the word about HubLearn and our causes through your own social media and social circles.
  2. Donate to the organization or a specific cause that resonates with you. Recurring donations make us jump (or handstand) for joy!
  3. Hold a fundraiser, either online or locally. Get creative and have fun with it! We are always available to help brainstorm and support however we can.
  4. Do you contain the skills and drive to join our team? Apply for an internship. We are not yet in a place to begin hiring, but we will gladly save all applications for future reference!
  5. Are you a university student, or do you have strong ties with a community? Check out our Ambassadorship Program at Link to be inspired by: https://109world.com/109ambassadors/

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