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EdX Edge: Big MOOC’s Little Bro

So far in the very few months I’ve been at my new job, I’ve been introduced to several new tools. The second LMS of the year is now EdX Edge, the smaller sibling to, meant for courses that aren’t quite at that massively open level. For OOCs, if you will. I’ve been very impressed.

Welcoming 3 million people to FutureLearn

FutureLearn’s Head of Product, Matt Walton, reflects on another landmark number, and provides some insights into who our learners are and what lies ahead.

Bigger and Better “Making MOOCs on a Budget”

Making MOOCs on a Budget is the title of the MOOC we have built and delivered for the #moocs4all project.   We are now preparing for our next delivery which is going to be “bigger and better” and will start on the 17th of May, 2016.

FSU launches #MOOC on domestic violence

Florida State University has launched its first free massive open online course (MOOC) with the goal of educating social service professionals and the public on the dynamics of domestic violence.

Geo MOOC landscape continues to evolve

In February 2015, Massive Open Online Courses with a geospatial focus were so abundant that we felt compelled to publish an article to keep our audience appraised of the opportunities. Fast forward to February 2016, and the landscape looks very different. Of the nine courses highlighted last

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