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Ten Most Popular MOOCs Starting in November 2018

Written by Dhawal Shah
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Communicating Effectively: How to Inspire and Convince
Delft University of Technology via edX
Discover how to gain support from management and motivate your teams by learning how to communicate effectively and strategically

Web Design: Strategy and Information Architecture
California Institute of the Arts via Coursera
This course is focused on the early UX challenges of research, planning, setting goals, understanding the user, structuring content, and developing interactive sequences.

Introduction to Machine Learning
Duke University via Coursera
This course will provide you a foundational understanding of machine learning models (logistic regression, multilayer perceptrons, convolutional neural networks, natural language processing, etc.) as well as demonstrate how these models can solve complex problems in a variety of industries, from medical diagnostics to image recognition to text prediction.

Introduction to Computer Programming 
University of London International Programmes via Coursera
This MOOC provides you with the foundational skill set required to write computer programs. If you are interested in learning how to write interactive, graphical programs from an introductory level in a real programming language, this is the course for you.

Electric Power Systems
University at Buffalo via Coursera
This course familiarizes you with standards and policies of the electric utility industry, and provides you with basic vocabulary used in the business.

Influencer Marketing Strategy
Rutgers University via Coursera
Influencer marketing is the practice of engaging internal and industry experts with active networks to help achieve measurable business goals.

Digital Transformation and the IT Team
University of the Witwatersrand via edX
This course will help you understand what digital transformation truly means, how it impacts organizations, and how it changes the role of the IT team.

Learning, Knowledge, and Human Development 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign via Coursera
This course sets out to provide an understanding of theories of learning and development and how these theories relate to educational technology.

Getting Started with Go
University of California, Irvine via Coursera
Learn the basics of Go, an open source programming language originally developed by a team at Google and enhanced by many contributors from the open source community.

Music Psychology: Why Does “Bohemian Rhapsody” Feel so Good?
Griffith University via FutureLearn
Some songs make us laugh and some songs make us cry, but why does music have the ability to affect us emotionally? On this course, you’ll learn about music psychology and how our emotions work, by analysing Queen’s famous song, “Bohemian Rhapsody”.

We compile this list based on how many Class Central users have added a particular course to MOOC Tracker, our watchlist feature (courses have been added more than 5.0M times to MOOC Tracker). Learn more about MOOC Tracker. Courses that have been offered before are not included in this list.