Over 250 of the university’s employees have been involved in producing its MOOCs
Author Archives: Anuar Lequerica
There’s a new elite forming in higher education: a group of universities that have online enrollments reaching into the millions.
More MOOC credential options, the future comes to MOOCs in VR and self driving cars, and a plethora of interesting MOOCs in topics like neuroscience, happiness, and languages.
There are now a number of non-education-focused organizations and individuals offering online courses on the major platforms
India’s new government-run MOOC platform SWAYAM has launched, Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller steps down, iversity is saved from bankruptcy, and more
MOOCs spread to Africa, and become more accessible to both refugees and prisoners; a POV on dropping out of uni and starting MOOCs; and more.
News about instructors, both human and computer, and a plethora of thought-provoking articles on MOOCs vs. many other forms of education.
University of Michigan has world-first MOOC graduation ceremony for the graduates of its Python Specialization on Coursera.
In May’s MOOCWatch: lots of MOOC news for India, more MOOC providers create Specialization/Nanodegree-like programs, new course on filmmaking, and more.