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Digital Badging in the MOOC Space

Over the past year, the University of Notre Dame’s Kaneb Center for Teaching & Learning and the Office of Digital Learning designed five different Credly Open Badges across three edX MOOCs and issued them to 233 learners around the globe. Here they share what they discovered.

Coursera Iberoamerica: One Year, Four Million Served

Things are looking up for online education. And that means, things are looking up for the people of the world.

Deakin University leads the world in disrupting traditional education

Deakin University is leading the world in a disruptive new model of online education.

Australian University Launches MOOC-Powered Programs

Deakin University in Australia will next year offer graduate degrees and certificate programs through FutureLearn, the online learning platform owned by the Open University in the U.K. The university on Friday announced it would launch four master’s degrees and two certificate programs on the platform in disciplines such as cybersecurity, information technology and financial planning. Like many universities that are experimenting with delivering education through massive open online courses, Deakin will let students test the programs before committing to them.

Online Learning Is Finding Its Feet After Stuttering Start

It was meant to start a revolution but online learning has not had quite the disruptive effect many thought. The launch of a new range of courses, however, show it may be coming of age.

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