Have massive open online courses emerged from the Trough of Disillusionment to the Slopes of Enlightenment? Wherever MOOCs belong on the Gartner Hype Cycle, one thing is clear: there are more courses and students now than ever before.
mooc roundup 2015
Stats from Class Central’s MOOC Report in 2015, including our list of our most widely shared articles.
A comprehensive look at what business models the top MOOC providers have chosen, why they’ve done so, and what it might mean for learners.
How are thousands of other learners engaging with online learning? We delve into the internal stats on Class Central users to break down the latest meta behind online learning …
We examine how the MOOC space has grown throughout 2015 in comparison to the same data from 2014. We look at a variety of stats, from numbers of students, to numbers of courses, to the rise in popularity of non-English language courses.
MOOC providers are targeting the high school demographic, to the extent that they’re developing programs just for high schoolers. We take a look at what’s available for high schoolers, and from which providers.
Free MOOC certificates are a thing of the past: they have been completely replaced by paid-for certificates. We take a look at how much certificates cost from each major MOOC provider.