Educational Technology

February 2, 2014

Coursera announces ten certificates

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:34 am

by George Anders, Forbes

Coursera has been pushing to offer a more formalized, paid version of its MOOC experience. The site now invites students to take Signature-track classes, in which final exams are digitally proctored and students pay $100 or so for a completion certificate. Currently more than 200 of Coursera’s total 584 classes are offered in Signature format. Topics range from calculus to Roman architecture. Coursera has set up the Specialization label to cover a series of interlocking courses that are meant to provide students with full mastery of a subject. See the graphic linked below shared by George Anders.

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