What do you want to learn — leadership, design, programming or IT?
A report released by the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business brings good news for MOOCs.
Daily Genius put together this infographic based on Fred Wilson’s predictions about the future of the sharing economy.
If you are like most MOOC students, your primary purpose for taking free online courses is probably a combination of learning for the sake of curiosity and using your new knowledge to change or advance your career.
LinkedIn developed a MOOC-style course, “Conscious Business” on its LearnIn platform that enabled a rich learning experience through a combination of video content, online assignments and facilitated group meetings.