Tutorials

Create multimedia tutorials using videos, presentations, pdfs and documents. Multimedia formats supported by reedwith.us are: Video - avi, mp4, mpeg, wmv; Document - doc, docx, odt, pdf; Presentation - odp, ppt, pptx .

Reach global audience and interact with enthusiastic learners around the world. This is a wonderful way to share your expertise and also make money. Our powerful discussion tools will help you forge a connection with the learners, making teaching and learning a fun experience. The tutorials can be on education, programming, music, art and more.

The powerful discussion allows embedding mathematical and chemical equations and code snippets. This will enhance the interaction between the expert and attendees, and increase the participation. Examples on embedding equations and code snippets can be found by clicking on the button in the discussion section.

If you are interested in creating tutorials and reaching millions of enthusiastic learners, please get in touch with us by email to contact@reedwith.us

Training

Provide continuous support to your clients and employees by using our multimedia platform. Share multimedia files to enhance training to your employees or to your clients. Multimedia formats supported by reedwith.us are: Video - avi, mp4, mpeg, wmv; Document - doc, docx, odt, pdf; Presentation - opd, ppt, pptx.

The powerful discussion allows embedding mathematical and chemical equations and code snippets. This will enhance the interaction between the trainer and trainees, and increase the participation. Examples on embedding equations and code snippets can be found by clicking on the button in the discussion section.

If you are interested in using our site for training, please get in touch with us by email to contact@reedwith.us.

Users

Learn from experts in the field and ask them questions. Using our powerful discussion tools users can include mathematical equations, chemical equations, code snippets or just free flow text. This enables users to interact with experts. Users can login using LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or Google and participate in the discussion. To include mathematical and chemical equations in the discussion, LATEX editor is enabled. The LATEX equation must be enclosed between $ signs. Code snippets can be included between double tilde (~~) signs. Examples on embedding equations and code snippets can be found by clicking on the button in the discussion section.