The online education firm wants to teach people to code with less hassle and more hands-on time.
The online education firm wants to teach people to code with less hassle and more hands-on time. Tucked inside one of Coursera's 1,500 online classes, there's a multiple choice quiz that's not like the others. Read Full Story
The fast-growing online education provider has partnered with 100 academic institutions. It now offers 500 courses and works with 5 million students around the world.
iversity, a Berlin-based MOOCs platform that's hoping to become the Coursera of Europe, has managed to pull in nearly 500,000 course sign-ups in the four months since it's first massively open online courses went live.
Coursera today announced that 13 new institutions have joined its ranks, bringing the education startup’s total number of partners offering courses on its platform into the triple digits: 107. Furthermore,... Keep reading ?
About a year ago, online education platform Coursera launched “specializations” — its version of college credentials. To graduate from the programs, students take a number of classes and then finish a “capstone” project that lets th...