Quickclass aims to provide film learners and educators with the most helpful and popular learning management system

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Film And Media Virtual Learning Environment For Schools and Universities

Improve results, enhance learning experience and save time with our cost-effective film and media Virtual Learning Environment.

Reference libraries, tutorials, testing, students’ films, message boards, calendars and admin… all in one app or browser window!

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Virtual Learning Environment For Film And Media Teachers

Film and media teachers and tutors save time and boost their students’ results with our Virtual Learning Environment.

Quickclass shares custom tutorials with in-app-assessments, through message boards also embedded with reference and student films, as well as dozens of curriculum compliant pre-loaded tutorials.

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Virtual Learning Environment For Independent Film and media Learners

Deepen your understanding of Film Theory and History, as well as the practical skills required to write, shoot and edit your own films with our learning platform and app.

Test your knowledge as you work through extensive materials and track your progress with badges earned.

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<b>QuickClass VLE</b>

  • Available for desktop and mobile
  • Compatible with any web platform, Android or iOS device.
  • It's easy, No training required.
  • Cost Effective
  • 24/7 Support Desk

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Movies to watch in 2018
In : News Comments : 0 Date : 09 Jan 2018

Now the holidays are out of the way, we can look forward to a few 2018 delights in the cinematic

Future of 360 Video Technology-Blogpost
In : 360 Degree Comments : 0 Date : 09 Jan 2018

As a filmmaker, understanding the emerging mediums available in the industry is essential to staying ahead of the technological curve.

Fears As A Filmmaker
In : FilmMaking Comments : 0 Date : 09 Jan 2018

It is quite common for filmmakers, even established ones, to fear the unknown or second guess their work, particularly when