An Index Of Online Courses For Teachers: Summer 2015

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University of Houston System via Coursera. Commonwealth Education Trust via Coursera. Commonwealth Education Trust via Coursera. University of Oregon via Coursera. University of California, Irvine via Coursera. University of London International Programmes via Coursera. University of Michigan via Coursera. Commonwealth Education Trust via Coursera. National Geographic Society via Coursera. Commonwealth Education Trust via Coursera.

More Employers Are Awarding Credentials. Is A Parallel Higher Education System Emerging?

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IBM runs a digital badging program , now in its seventh year, that has awarded 3.7 Digital credentialing platform Credly reports that the number of organizations issuing industry and workforce credentials is up 83 percent since the pandemic.

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To Better Serve Adult Learners, Eliminate the Barriers Between Work and Learning

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In addition, external and internal learning and development content is increasingly being curated and linked to formal educational opportunities for working professionals—via offerings such as Coursera for Business and “ learning experience platforms ” like Degreed.

It’s Time to Digitally Transform Community College

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As a group, we called for a reimagining of community college, including moving toward more alignment with industry and more digital options. But are community colleges ready for this digital transformation?

The Beginning of a New Era in the Online Degree Market

Edsurge

Additionally, in another example of blending of online and in-person education, Coursera has begun a pilot offering its online MOOC courses to students at its campus partners. Another key MOOC-based degree is the iMBA at the University of Illinois, launched in 2016 with Coursera–a $22,000 program that now enrolls more than 1,000 students. The online degree market has been one of the fastest-growing and most resilient segments of American higher education over the last two decades.

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Millennials: The Straw That Will Stir Higher Education’s Next Disruption

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To match the changing, unpredictable nature of today’s economy and digital landscape, these programs should aim for flexibility and innovative paradigms. One example of this is the newest trend of “ digital badges.” Another is the rise of the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) or online instructional platforms like edX, Coursera, or Udacity. Because of this, six years ago, Ryerson commissioned a new program, the Digital Media Zone , located in downtown Toronto.

OPINION: The new lifelong learner — an education to match America’s economic needs

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That’s why employers and prospective employees will need to get more comfortable with alternative credentialing like specialized certifications, micro degrees and digital badges. Meanwhile, PayPal, L’Oreal, AirFrance/KLM and a number of other companies are working with Coursera , a provider of massive open online courses (MOOCs), to give employees access to online instruction. Across the nation and the globe, our economy is shifting.

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As the Microcredential Market Booms, Don’t Forget the Learner

Edsurge

At least 20 percent of American colleges now offer badges—non-credit and for-credit credentials that capture specific competencies, from coding to oral communication. More of these digital proofs of skills are expected to become available at a rapid clip, from both traditional colleges and alternative providers. One in five employers report that they have hired someone with a verified certificate from a platform such as Coursera or EdX.

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Coursera ’s 2018 Revenue Estimated to be $140 million,” Class Central estimates. “ The Digital Gap Between Rich and Poor Kids Is Not What We Expected ,” writes Nellie Bowles in The New York Times. SNHU and LRNG are merging “to Create ‘ WeWork for Education ’ Via Digital Badges and Mini-Campuses.” *Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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” From the press release : “ Concentric Sky Announces BadgeRank – a New Search Engine for Digital Badges.” ” From the Coursera blog : “ Coursera for Business Is Now Available to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses.” ” “Don’t Buy The Arizona State Report On Digital Learning ,” says Forbes. Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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That seems to be Coursera ’s business model. “ Digital Badges Are Gaining Traction,” according to MIndwire Consulting’s Michael Feldstein. Related, via Doug Belshaw : “Some thoughts on the future of the Open Badges backpack.” Google has launched a curriculum called “ Be Internet Awesome ” to encourage digital safety and citizenship. Education Politics.

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Via the Coursera blog : “Coming soon to all courses: Flexible session-based schedules.” “Digital badges aren’t replacing the bachelor’s degree any time soon,” Inside Higher Ed helpfully points out. “But a growing number of colleges are working with vendors to use badges as an add-on to degrees, to help students display skills and accomplishments that transcripts fail to capture.” Education Politics.

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Hack Education Weekly News

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” That’s the headline describing a conversation between Recode and Coursera ’s Daphne Koller. Conference of Mayors Resolves to Support Digital Badging ,” says Edsurge. There’s some more research on badges and alternative credentials in the research section below. “ XO Infinity Modular Laptop Goes Up For Pre-Order Minus Its Modular Design,” The Digital Reader’s Nate Hoffelder reports. Education Politics.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

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The implication, according to one NYT article : “the digital gap between rich and poor kids is not what we expected.” The real digital divide, this article contends, is not that affluent children have access to better and faster technologies. (Um, Badges.