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Will MOOCs open or close Russia’s universities to the world?

An innovative new Russian online educational platform known as Open Education hints at the future of Russian higher education

A MOOC on Global Adolescent Health | The Lancet Youth

The University of Melbourne is launching Global Adolescent Health in September 2015, the world’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on this topic. MOOCs are free online higher education courses available to learners worldwide. Anyone with an interest and internet connection can enrol free of charge.

Google launches IT courses and scholarships in India with Udacity and Tata Trusts

With a view to develop India’s IT potential, Google has announced IT degrees called Android Nanodegrees and scholarships in partnership with online education platform Udacity and Tata Trusts.  The duration of these degrees would be between 6 to 9 months and it will cost $148 per month. Howe

‘Sex 101’ Greets First-Year Students at Northwestern: Northwestern University News

Online MOOC class features 3-D animation, demystifies sex organs, contraception, fertility, STD’s

Who’s Benefiting from MOOCs, and Why

New survey data from Coursera.

UW-Madison launches fifth MOOC of 2015, focused on forests and humans

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