A new study of data from massive open online courses offered by Harvard and MIT professors paints a different — and welcome — picture of the state of online education. Completition rates might be low, the authors argue, but that’s a misleading stat.
Coursera has finally released an app for iPhone, bringing MOOCs to mobile.
For the first time, online education startup Coursera is sharing details on how it’s faring on the money-making front: the company said it’s earned $1 million from the verified certificate program it launched in January.
Kaplan’s TechStars-powered ed tech accelerator held its first demo day and showcased startups rethinking online credentialing, retooling literacy learning and improving career readiness.
An online associate’s degree program jointly managed by a private Ohio college and a San Francisco startup has been discontinued after accreditors raised questions about its business structure.
San Francisco-based Minerva Project just crossed an important milestone in its effort to build a top-tier research university online: through a partnership with the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont it will receive accreditation.
Two Chinese universities have reportedly revealed partnerships with online learning startup Coursera ahead of schedule.
Just about six months after announcing a partnership with online education startup Udacity, San Jose State University says that is pausing the project.
Online education startup Coursera raises another $43 million with plans to build out mobile apps, open up its platform and deepen its international presence.
A consortium of schools including the Big 10 universities is reportedly questioning partnerships with private ed tech companies and considering creating their own online education network.