MOOC

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MOOC

abbr.
massive open online course

MOOC

(muːk)
acronym for
massive open online course
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Rice University in Texas didn't have a digital strategy until about 2012, when it joined Coursera, says Caroline Levander.
Each successful candidate earns a certificate from Coursera and Essec Business School.
Partnerships with online learning companies such as Udacity, Coursera, edX, or other massive open online course (MOOC) providers may yield opportunities for Airmen to gain topical education and training customized to the needs of Air Force Space Command, with much lower entry costs and time barriers for students.
Open Competition: Open tender for the right to sign the agreement to render services in development and placing on the specialized electronic platform Coursera massive open online courses (MOOK) for the needs of NSU
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Supervised testing centers for free online college courses -- such as Coursera.
Expected to join the Gannett board after the spin off will be Lila Ibrahim, who is the chief business officer of the online education provider Coursera Inc.
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