With the magic of internet and virtual reality, you can pretend to be a student in Harvard’s largest on-campus class.
A MOOC taught by parliament members in which you can learn how parliament works, and how you, as a citizen, can get involved.
Coursera starts running ads on major US networks, and the ads are focused on professional advancement.
Yoni Dayan catches up with several experts in the EdTech space. In this first part of a series, he asks them about where MOOCs have settled within EdTech, and the ongoing Learning Management System fever.
MOOCs with a wide variety of approaches to improving mental health and wellbeing — there’s something here for everyone.
Udacity announces more details of its self-driving car engineer Nanodegree — signups open today, and job offers await those who graduate from the 36 week course.
In part 2 of this series on online music education, Prof. Cook examines how students are using social networks to learn and collaborate, and why robots are a good fit for music education.
There are now a number of non-education-focused organizations and individuals offering online courses on the major platforms