Why the ABC’s Breweries are Back online
The ABC has a massive and rapidly growing portfolio of educational and digital content that is available to consumers around the world.
In a bid to grow its digital portfolio, the ABC has launched a new app for its online education and education learning, Breweries.
The app will let users create, save and share their own lessons.
Its been designed to give the ABC a “global reach”, the broadcaster says, and will be available to more than 15 million users worldwide.
“The Breweries app is designed to provide a one-stop shop for learners to access and explore our extensive educational content, with the added benefit of being able to collaborate with our digital partners,” the ABC says.
Users will be able to save their own lesson to share with friends and colleagues.
They can also add other students and teachers to the mix and share lessons with others.
Breweries will have “a full range of courses” on its platform, the broadcaster said, including courses that are “exclusively or broadly available to ABC students and students from overseas”.
It also plans to develop a “brewery” section of the app for the ABC to allow students to choose which lessons they want to take on.
The ABC said the app would launch with an introductory course to get users started.
“The app is the result of a strategic partnership with the ABC, and we have worked closely with the company over the past year to ensure Breweries is the best way to learn about our rich, vibrant, educational offerings,” the broadcaster added.
For more information, see Breweries’ official launch page on the ABC app store.