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MOOC

abbr.
massive open online course

MOOC

(muːk)
acronym for
massive open online course
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By early spring, HSE will have launched a range of new courses on Coursera in psychology, computer language analysis, economics, media and international relations.
OKLAHOMA CITY The Francis Tuttle Foundation, a private foundation that provides financial assistance to Francis Tuttle Technology Center students, has a partnership with Google and Coursera to help student gain skills needed for a career in information technology.
Of all courses on Coursera, Udacity and Edx, 29 percent required some background knowledge, like English proficiency, programming skills, or educational attainment (Audsley et al.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 28 (ANI): Bharti Airtel on Tuesday announced its partnership with Coursera to equip its employees with advanced skills as part of its vision to build a future ready organisation.
HEC Paris and Coursera joined hands recently to launch just such an international degree, a Master's in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OMIE) that is entirely administered over the internet.
Cada vez mas los mexicanos encuentran en internet una gran alternativa para estudiar de forma gratuita (o a bajo costo), tanto que, datos de la plataforma de educacion Online Coursera, indican que el ano pasado la poblacion estudiantil en linea en el pais crecio un 95%.
The most popular course on Coursera is Learning How to Learn, and it's aimed at adults like you.
The course is free ($49 for a certificate of completion " Coursera won't divulge how many finish).
Coursera and Edx are two of the biggest open online course providers that offer free online courses taught by top universities such as Harvard, MIT, and Stanford.
The top three vendors in the global market are Coursera, Edx and Udacity.
Its customers include: Dropbox, Reddit, Lyft, Kickstarter, Coursera, Bonobos, The Guardian, Brit + Co.