Wednesday, July 18, 2012

So Long Stuffy Lecture Halls: Coursera Just Tripled Its Digital Campus - Forbes

It is increasingly difficult to cost-justify traditional 4-year undergraduate programs
"Coursera provides free online classes that are available to anyone, worldwide, with an Internet connection. Although Coursera is less than a year old, it already has enrolled 680,000 students, most from outside the United States. It competes with edX, a joint venture of Harvard and MIT, and also with Udacity, another Silicon Valley startup headed by Stanford computer science professor and Google fellow Sebastian Thrun."
So Long Stuffy Lecture Halls: Coursera Just Tripled Its Digital Campus - Forbes
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