Two popular Coursera professors share their take on Coursera’s monetization changes
Three key takeaways derived from the University of Derby’s successful track record of creating MOOCs.
In this final installment we’ll dig deeper into computer-based techniques for teaching and evaluating student work.
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.
In the first part of this series on music education, we look back at its history: how did it work in the past and what was possible, how has it grown, and what might this mean for its future?
Degrees can be a big part of professional life now, but what’s their future — and how might online learning affect that future?