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The Global Religious E-Learning Network Combats Religious Intolerance with Scholarly Facts

01-24-2019 02:31 PM CET | Science & Education

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The Global Religious E-Learning Network Combats Religious

A dynamic new e-learning network thrives to provide religious practitioners, scholarly links to religious resources, provided by colleges and universities worldwide, for free.

In an effort to organize search engines on religious studies. Construction Emarketing, an electronic marketing company who provides on-line marketing, e-Course development, on-line press release development and sharing, and more; has finally published a dynamic educational environment for religious practitioners.

Religious practitioners who are Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh, Muslim, Christian, Catholic, Shinto, and Jewish, can finally find solace researching religious research on these religions. After all, The Global Religious E-Learning Network (THEGREN), delivers scholarly facts from colleges and universities worldwide, who have prepared these learning tools for public use. However, unlike commonly used search engines, THEGREN is designed with primary religious resources from accredited colleges and universities.

With so much secondary research offered in today’s search engines; THEGREN, hopes to ease access to the scholarly religious research assets, colleges and universities, have been categorizing in everyday search engines among secondary data sources.

Web visitors can sign-up for free online courses offered by colleges and universities, on each of the nine religions featured; research Journals, dissertations and thesis, watch and listen to digital video lectures, and play online learning games. This free open-source e-learning network, out ranks other search engines, because of its focus on delivering primary scholarly research on each religious subject matter.

Monetization is established through affiliate marketing programs with educational service and product providers. And Web site visitors, can help promote The Global Religious E-Learning Network (THEGREN), by purchasing a signature t-shirt or coffee mug.

A social network is integrated to increase discussion among Web site visitors, with hopes of building an open dialogue of communication between all religious practitioners. An information security policy has been defined and will be updated as this network grows. Yet at this time, religious practitioners, can rest assure, their registration and membership with The Global Religious E-Learning Network (THEGREN), is managed by third-party service providers, who work closely with, Construction Emarketing, to make sure all data posted and shared, remains secure and private among registered members.

Log on to www.thegren.com to begin enjoying an e-learning experience that will impact the way, you view and assess religions, i.e. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Shinto, Sikhism, Islam, Catholicism, Christianity, and Judaism, around the world.

Construction EMarketing offers electronic marketing for businesses, service providers, and people.

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