This week is about binging, the rise of for-credit MOOCs on-campus, and the size of 2U’s moat (in the Warren Buffett sense).
Udacity seems to have switched to a different payment model for Nanodegrees; newer Nanodegrees also do not come with a 50% tuition refund or job guarantee on completion.
Udacity continues to grow, announces two new Nanodegrees: Intro to Self-Driving Cars Nanodegree, and Flying Cars Nanodegree
Udacity move into the bootcamp space, calls to regulate Edtech increase and English language trainers respond to Duolingo
This issue covers first shakedown of coding bootcamps and Coursera more concerted push for online degrees
In Oct 2011, a few Stanford professors offered three online courses which were completely free. The strong public interest in these courses caught everyone by … Continued
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This month’s digest of news from the MOOC space, including new CEOs, enrollment milestones, and more.