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New for educators: Seamlessly migrate content from your LMS to Coursera

New for educators: Seamlessly migrate content from your LMS to Coursera

By Jyoti Motwani, Senior Product Manager, Coursera  Today, we’re excited to announce that educators can now seamlessly import content from select learning management systems (LMS) directly to Coursera. This new feature supports scalable content creation, enabling educators to quickly migrate large amounts of content between an LMS and Coursera. It is enabled via an integration…
Building Your Online Degree Program: The Definitive Guide

Building Your Online Degree Program: The Definitive Guide

By Betty Vandenbosh, Chief Content Officer The pandemic has changed the speed at which higher education is evolving and the role online education plays. Today, there is no question that world-class online degree programs offer a solution to so many of the challenges learners—and learning institutions—have been facing across the globe. Exacerbated by Covid, students…
The Unbounded University: Bridging the Gap Between Education & Employment

The Unbounded University: Bridging the Gap Between Education & Employment

Over the last year, the pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for universities. As campuses shuttered around the globe, emergency response teams jumped into action by implementing “remote teaching” stopgaps to keep, at the peak of the pandemic, more than 1.6 billion students learning.  Universities and colleges globally have refocused or will need to refocus on…
Resilient Teaching During Times of Change with Dr. Rebecca Quintana, University of Michigan

Resilient Teaching During Times of Change with Dr. Rebecca Quintana, University of Michigan

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The pandemic has accelerated the global need for online learning. In the short term, educators mitigated disruption of campus closures by moving their courses, assessments, and even graduation ceremonies online.  In many educational settings, the focus has shifted to adaptability—how can we design courses that withstand all kinds of changes, including a pandemic? It has…
Diverse Representation: Learner Impacts and Strategies in Online Courses

Diverse Representation: Learner Impacts and Strategies in Online Courses

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By: Ji Su Lee and Eli Fogle, Coursera Teaching and Learning team Many learners are new to online learning. It can be an isolating environment without the in-person opportunities to connect with the instructor and other learners.  Creating an environment where learners can succeed includes many factors, and key among them is for students to…
Live2Coursera: Coming Soon as a Zoom App

Live2Coursera: Coming Soon as a Zoom App

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By Shravan Goli, Chief Product Officer, Coursera  In August, we launched Live2Coursera to help instructors quickly move online by integrating Zoom lectures into their private courses and content libraries on Coursera. While this helped address the initial challenge of transitioning instruction online, internet connectivity and access to devices still impede learning for many students.  Today,…
Introducing Live2Coursera: scaling live online teaching to reach every learner

Introducing Live2Coursera: scaling live online teaching to reach every learner

By Shravan Goli, Chief Product Officer The pandemic has ignited an unprecedented shift in higher education. This past spring, 1.6 billion students worldwide were learning from home, and today more than a billion students are still impacted by campus closures. Colleges and universities continue to grapple with the impact of COVID-19 and what the transition…
A Quick-Start Guide to Teaching from Home by Andrew Ng

A Quick-Start Guide to Teaching from Home by Andrew Ng

A guide for educators to transition from teaching in the classroom to teaching online with minimal planning and effort. Recent events have accelerated digital transformation in higher education, requiring educators to quickly shift from teaching live in classrooms to teaching online in their living rooms in the span of weeks. Redesigning an in-person class into…
2020 Coursera Virtual Conference: Reflections and Resources

2020 Coursera Virtual Conference: Reflections and Resources

By the Coursera Conference Team The Coursera Conference is an opportunity for our global community to engage around innovative teaching and learning experiences. This year, after careful consideration for the growing concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, the Coursera Conference transitioned from a two day, in-person event to a free, fully virtual experience focused on…
Coursera White Paper Details the Pedagogy Underlying Guided Projects on Coursera

Coursera White Paper Details the Pedagogy Underlying Guided Projects on Coursera

Hands-on Projects that Approach the Effectiveness of Tutoring Sessions By Adam Hodges, Ph.D. Educators have long faced the fundamental challenge of how to provide the instructional equivalent of one-to-one tutoring to large groups of learners. In a seminal paper, Benjamin Bloom (1984) demonstrated that learners involved in individual or small-group tutoring performed two standard deviations…

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