Coursera just announced a partnership with some of the largest state universities in a bid to bring online education to millions of students.
Guest Post We're just at the beginning of an ed-tech revolution. I believe that MOOCs are the first step, and are still struggling experiments.
One unintended use for massive open online courses, dubbed "MOOCs," is to help professors better understand the mechanics of cheating in online learning.
Coursera is partnering with publishers to make it easier for students to access e-textbooks.
Curious opened the digital doors on its marketplace for lifelong learning today to connect teachers and students interested in continuing education.
"In 2028 we won't have five thousand people who can help on cancer research. We will have five million people," Khan predicted in a talk about the future of education.
Udemy launches a new product for companies to help their employees pickup new skills.
NovoEd launched today to make access to courses from prestigious educational institutions available to anyone, starting with Stanford.
At a press conference today, San Jose State University announced it would be expanding its online course offering, and opening a facility for adaptive and blended learning.
Eduston.tv launches an online business education portal for people in BRIC countries and reveals $1 million in seed funding.
Udemy launches an iPhone app so people can turn idle time into a learning opportunity.
A landmark bill has been proposed in the Senate to force California's universities to give credit for online classes.
Thinkful's virtual tutoring platform provides personalized training for college students in practical skills like web development and design.
Education startup Quad Learning helps students transition from community college to four-year universities to lower the cost of earning a bachelor's degree.
A big step forward for online education: Coursera has announced that students can now apply credit to their college degree for five of its free courses.
Online education supernova Coursera just announced that it will offer students verified certificates of completion of some of its courses.
As the San Francisco Chronicle reports, only one person from outside the UC system has taken a class.
Online developer training portal Pluralsight takes $27.5M in its first round of funding.
Guest Post The prestige of a college degree -- that guarantee of a job if you spend four years in lectures -- is a fallacy. We need to make some changes when it comes to education.