On May 9th, Duozhi Network reported that HD EDU has recently launched the product slogan “Let every quest for knowledge receive a response” and upgraded its brand by introducing the “HD Class” series of products targeted towards Generation Z Chinese international students, conveying the concepts of brand innovation and future orientation.
As a strong player in the field of overseas education, HD EDU advocates for young people to become creators, disseminators, and beneficiaries of knowledge. As an online education institution for post-study abroad, “HD Class” positions itself as an “efficient online tutoring product for international students.” Currently, it has served over 410,000 Chinese international students, covering universities in various countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
In today’s society, interdisciplinary learning is a trend for both individual learners and education practitioners. As an online education company, HD EDU has made many attempts in this regard.
From the perspective of basic product design, HD EDU emphasizes the localization of courses to ensure that the learning content is more relevant to local practical needs. While ensuring compliance, each module course is a comprehensive digestion and reorganization of the course information collected at the front end.
In response to the demand for localized courses, taking the flagship product HD Class as an example, the course product breaks down and researches the course knowledge graph based on knowledge points. It provides students with more personalized and specific learning content and offers comprehensive, guided services throughout the learning process.
In interdisciplinary learning, the fusion and intersection of knowledge are also crucial. Different disciplines, languages, and knowledge areas can inspire each other. In this process, HD EDU integrates the knowledge and skills acquired during the learning process to construct more realistic scenarios, thereby breaking the boundaries of personal growth.