Whoa. Georgia Tech & Udacity will offer Masters in CS for less than $7,000, total.
Georgia Tech, Udacity To Offer Master's Degree, edSurge
in e-Learning, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Have you heard of all 24 MOOC providers listed here?
A Comprehensive List of MOOC Providers, Tarique Haider, TechnoDuet
in Coursera, edX, MOOCs, News, Top 'x' Lists, Udacity, Udemy | Permalink
In California we have 470,000 students waitlisted to get into community college.
Udacity's Sebastian Thrun On the Future of Education, Betsy Corcoran, edSurge
in Udacity, Who's Who | Permalink
Students in India and Brazil have been signing up in droves...
In the Developing World, MOOCs Start to Get Real, Jessica Leber, MIT Technology Review
in Coursera, edX, MIT, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Tough times ahead for “mediocre middle” institutions not invited into the MOOC V.I.P. room.
Colleges Assess Cost of Free Online-Only Courses, David Wallis, New York Times
in Coursera, e-Learning, edX, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
CreativeLive, Lynda.com tap audience highly motivated to hone career skills.
Click for Career Enhancement, Nick Wingfield, New York Times
in Coursera, Lynda, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Invest in access, outcomes, cost-cutting, but don't forget non-screen learning.
What's Missing From The New Digital Classroom? Sarah Rotman Epps, ReadWrite
in Apple, Coursera, Gates Foundation, Inkling, Khan Academy, Kno, MOOCs, Op-Ed, Social Learning, TenMarks, Udacity | Permalink
Fast Company's annual list.
World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Education, Fast Company
in ClassDojo, Course Hero, edX, Top 'x' Lists, Udacity | Permalink
The question is not just whether MOOCs are going to disrupt traditional education, but how.
Beyond the Buzz, Where are MOOCs Really Going? Michael Horn, Clayton Christensen, Wired
in Clayton Christensen, Coursera, edX, MOOCs, Op-Ed, Udacity | Permalink
What if they held a MOOC and nobody came?
Europeans Take Cautious Approach Toward Online Courses, D.D. Guttenplan, NYT
in Coursera, edX, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Looking for a MOOC, I have quickly found a problem: too many courses for my hungry mind.
Overloaded in the Online Education Marketplace, Ron Leuty, San Francisco Chronicle
in Coursera, edX, MOOCs, Op-Ed, Udacity | Permalink
VCs gamble that online ed startups will remake the system through cheaper alternatives.
Can Venture Capital Fix Our Dysfunctional Educational System? Antone Gonsalves, ReadWrite
in 2U (2tor), Coursera, e-Learning, Higher Ed, Lore (Coursekit), NSVF, Udacity | Permalink
“Monetization is not the most important objective for this business at this point.”
Students Rush to Web Classes, but Profits May Be Much Later, Tamar Lewin, New York Times
in Coursera, edX, Gamification, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Udacity, Udemy | Permalink
For the first time education is a category. See who is nominated for best education startup.
Announcing the 2012 Crunchies Finalists, Susan Hobbs, TechCrunch
in Codecademy, Coursera, Edmodo, Khan Academy, News, Udacity | Permalink
If you go to college, odds are that only 50 percent of the time your degree will yield you a job.
Why We’ll Seriously Consider Alternatives to Higher Ed, Dale Stephens, VentureBeat
in Coursera, edX, Higher Ed, MOOCs, Op-Ed, Udacity | Permalink
As millions flirt with free college-level courses online, educators debate their academic merits.
Educators Debate Academic Merits of Free Online Courses, Korn and Levitz, WSJ
in Coursera, edX, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Higher education is now being disrupted; our MP3 is the MOOC, and our Napster is Udacity.
Napster, Udactiy, and the Academy, Clay Shirky, Clay Shriky Blog
in MOOCs, Op-Ed, Udacity | Permalink
15 Folks who will change everything, from the way we teach math to how we train teachers.
Impact 15: Classroom Revolutionaries, Caroline Howard, Forbes
in Apple, Coursera, DreamBox Learning, edX, Gates Foundation, K12, Inc., Khan Academy, Knewton, Kno, NSVF, Top 'x' Lists, Udacity, Who's Who | Permalink
No longer may 4-6-yrs at an esteemed institution be the fastest way to a fruitful career.
For the Future Student, Higher Education Will Be Redefined, Tina Barseghian, Mind/Shift
in Coursera, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
Providers of free online courses are officially in the headhunting business.
Free MOOCs Charge Employers for Access to Student Data, Jeffery R. Young, The Chronicle
in Coursera, MOOCs, News, Udacity | Permalink
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