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Say hello to a brand-new Learn My Way
We are very pleased to announce the launch of the brand-new Learn My Way website.
Over the past few months, Tinder Foundation’s Digital Team has been working hard on a whole host of improvements for the site. Although new features and content will continue to be introduced, we’re very proud of the site and believe it is a truly world-class resource for teaching and learning basic digital skills.
Many of you have taken up the opportunity to see many of the new features on our preview site but with the final launch, all courses, resources and learner management tools are now available at www.learnmyway.com
We know many of you will have questions about the changes, and we hoped we’ve answered many of them in this comprehensive FAQ doc. If there’s anything you’re still not sure about, please do get in touch with our Network Team at email@example.com.
We’d love to know what you like - or what you don’t - about the site, so please to let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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