Lately it seems like everywhere I turn, One Month is building up their online course selections or offering scholarships for women in tech. Continuing the trend, One Month this week launched a new initiative called The Learning Library, a free resource that houses over 100 topics related to coding, design, and entrepreneurship.
These bite-sized snippets of information are only one minute long, but span hundreds of subjects with the option dig deeper into any one of them you find interesting. The available Learning Library offers users a simple overview of complex topics paired with exercises to put said concepts to use.
One Month will be sharing the first 15 topics with new videos and resource pages. After the first 15 have been successfully launched, the team will be releasing ten additional topics each month.
“The new year is always an exciting time to make plans. We're working on a number of new projects here at One Month, and the launch of our learning library is just one of the things we're bringing to students in the new year,” says Mattan Griffel, CEO of One Month. “We're also expanding our team and exploring new topics like meditation, writing, and yoga.”
Users will also be able to submit requests for specific topics they’d like to see go live. Some potential future topics include SEO, analytics, yoga, video editing, Photoshop, storytelling, and project management.
The first 15 Learning Library topics One Month released are:
- Growth Hacking: Analyzing & Marketing
- HTML & CSS: Building Blocks of the Web
- IOS: Mobile Operating Systems
- Minimum Viable Product “MVP”
- Payment Processing
- Programming basics for Non-Programmers
- Rails: Quick Web Apps
- Responsive Web Design
- The Web Development Process
- UX: User Experience
- Web Security
- Workflows: Agile Vs Waterfall
“When I was a kid, browsing a library was like heaven. It was so fun to look at all the books and all the things I could learn. We want to make the internet fun again (or keep it fun). The learning library is a place to go and hang out, learn new facts, explore new ideas, and decide what skill you're going to pick up next,” finishes Chris Castiglione, co-founder of One Month.