Santa Fe Institute via Complexity Explorer
University of Toronto via Coursera
Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
Coursera, a company founded by Stanford professors offers online courses from over 140 universities.
Udacity, born out of a Stanford experiment, partners with tech companies to offer career-focused courses.
edX is a nonprofit MOOC provider founded by Harvard and MIT. It has around 100 university partners.
FutureLearn is a UK-based provider with 130 partners and has a focus on social learning.
For the first time, on-campus students can earn credit from a MOOC.”
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