Louisiana work agency to offer residents free online IT classes
The new "Tech Ready Louisiana" program will give residents free access to classes provided by the online education vendor Coursera.
More not necessarily better when it comes to implementing edtech
When introducing new technologies, instructors should consider their intended purposes, UNC's Todd Cherner said on the Cutting EDge podcast.
University of Michigan takes virtual reality to Coursera
The university plans to use lessons from its extended-reality initiative to offer 10 courses focused on skills training.
Parsons diversifies curriculum with two new online learning partnerships
The Parsons School of Design is partnering with 42Courses and FutureLearn to expand the reach of its renowned fashion and design curriculum.
Google offers free IT certificates to community colleges, technical high schools
Schools in Connecticut have already begun putting the certificates in their programs.
Emeritus targets direct-to-business model with $650M funding round
Exceutives said the online courses provider will also expand into new fields, such as health care.
Coursera plans IPO amid online learning surge
The company, which partners with more than 150 universities to create online classes, is reportedly seeking a $5 billion valuation.
Coursera launches 'activism in sports' class taught by Chris Webber
The five-time NBA All-Star will teach a course, Coursera announced, offered through Morehouse College, an all-male historically Black college in Atlanta, Georgia.
Coursera partners with Howard U., expands diversity catalog
Coursera announced a new partnership with the historically Black university, along with workforce initiatives and more than 40 courses centered on diversity, equity and inclusion.