Mooc news


March 2017

France Université Numérique: Meet the MOOC Platform Funded by the French Government — Class Central

France Université Numérique platform aims to make waves in the Francophone world.

5 MOOCs MBA Students Need To Know About

Business schools are tapping into Massive Open Online Courses

USyd launches massive online indigenous culture course | Honi Soit

The University of Sydney has created a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Indigenous Australian culture, in an attempt to improve the cultural competence of USyd staff and students. The MOOC, hosted online by the educational technology company Coursera, consists of six modules involving video resources and assessments. USyd’s National Centre for Cultural Competence (NCCC)…

Pedagogy Perspectives: MOOC case studies

Poster supporting my short presentation at the 2017 Coursera Conference.

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Spruik the MOOC in China

Following international success of the Preventing Dementia Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Tasmania’s Wicking Centre is launching a Chinese translated course in China for the first time.

edX Expands MicroMasters Programs With Data Science, Digital Leadership and More — Campus Technology

Massive open online course (MOOC) provider edX is introducing 16 new MicroMasters programs this spring that span business analytics, digital product management, cybersecurity and data science fields.

edX Retiring Original MIT Circuits and Electronics Course — Campus Technology

Starting this week the original course that thrust MIT into the annals of MOOC history will exist no longer — although an updated version will continue being available.

The role of technology in the future of higher education

A new transcontinental research project is looking at the way technology affects traditional campus-based degrees.

This heroic non-profit is providing free university education to refugees – Techly

How best to offer education to displaced people? An important question and one that Kiron, a German non-profit, has attempted to answer with their two-year

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