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MOOC

abbr.
massive open online course

MOOC

(muːk)
acronym for
massive open online course
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Pakistani freelancers find massive open online course providers like Coursera, edX, Alison, etc.
Options include MOOCs (such as Coursera and edX), archived free material/videos through Open Yale Courses, and Khan Academy (khanacademy.org).
Demand for data science skills is growing, while demand for business skills is shrinking, according to the Coursera Global Skills Index 2019.
Andrew Ng, Co-founder of Coursera and Google Brain and Adjunct Professor at Stanford University.
The trainees went through the pioneering Learning at Scale training, which was done purely online in partnership with local start-up MOOCs PH, and offers the needed trainings developed by different international universities through Coursera.
Coursera, a leading online learning platform, has announced it is partnering with Insead, one of the world's top business schools, to launch 'Blockchain Revolution for the Enterprise'.
Complementing the UP Open University are the MOOC (massive open online course) providers like Degreed, EdX and Coursera. Our national government and the private sector can join hands to increase the number of schools that hinge on the business model of MOOCs.
The course is free and available via Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/learn/ evidence-based-toxicology).
Hoy en dia, America Latina es la region de mas rapido crecimiento en el mundo para otros modelos de negocios disruptivos como Airbnb, Coursera y Netflix.
Production and marketing information will also be made available via a freely accessible online MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) hosted by Rutgers via the Coursera platform.
There are several massive open online courses (MOOCS) on systematic reviews, such as Coursera's Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis [7], and proprietary workshops developed at individual institutions to teach systematic review methodology.
Historically, MOOCs pioneering platforms 'Coursera' by two Stanford Professors and 'edX' a collaborative effort of the Harvard University and MIT were launched in the year 2012.