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Q3 Features Release: Deliver job-based learning and build a cutting-edge curriculum

Q3 Features Release: Deliver job-based learning and build a cutting-edge curriculum

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By Shwetabh Mittal, Senior Director, Product Management We’re excited to share details with you about some exciting new Q3 launches. In this post, we’ll specifically be discussing SkillSets, which are job-based learning programs that can help you bridge skills gaps and boost student job outcomes as well as new curriculum integration features—including curriculum recommendations, for-credit…
Introducing Six Curriculum Maps for Student Employability

Introducing Six Curriculum Maps for Student Employability

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A new economic infrastructure, built through innovations such as cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence, is propelling work into the “next normal.” In this digital era, career success will depend on the ability to continuously adapt alongside technology. This affects not just the way we work, but fundamentally, the skills we learn. As the…
Announcing new fee structure to support growth of online degrees

Announcing new fee structure to support growth of online degrees

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New structure supports universities pursuing greater scale and impact with online degrees By Coursera Today, we’re announcing a new fee structure to support universities planning to scale online degree offerings. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Colorado Boulder are among the first to embrace the new structure.   We’ve served universities with…
Live2Coursera app for Zoom now available to help educators bridge the digital divide

Live2Coursera app for Zoom now available to help educators bridge the digital divide

By Shravan Goli, Chief Product Officer, Coursera  Today, the Live2Coursera app for Zoom is available for free download in the Zoom App Marketplace. With more educators teaching online, this app enables them to upload lectures* to Coursera with a single click directly from Zoom. Students can then view recorded lectures on Coursera via desktop or…
Deliver academic integrity with these new features

Deliver academic integrity with these new features

By Terri Czerwinski, Principal Product Manager, Coursera for Campus For leaders in higher education, academic integrity has long been a top priority. But as more universities begin to take their programs online and start to accelerate automation, academic misconduct is becoming an increasingly common challenge.  According to the International Center of Academic Integrity, more than 60%…
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…
Welcoming 16 new Coursera for Campus customers across EMEA

Welcoming 16 new Coursera for Campus customers across EMEA

Anthony Tattersall, Vice President EMEA at Coursera The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way we learn, teach, and work. What began as a short-term response to the crisis will likely result in an enduring digital transformation of higher education. As more jobs require digital skills, students and employers are increasingly looking to universities to…
The Coursera Conference Faculty Forum: Challenges and Strategies for Developing and Delivering Online Courses with Limited Faculty Time

The Coursera Conference Faculty Forum: Challenges and Strategies for Developing and Delivering Online Courses...

By Eli Fogle, Learning Design Consultant The Faculty Forum at this year’s Coursera Conference was a tremendous success. Our guest panelists were Sarah Dysart from the University of Michigan, John Hart from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Quentin Ruiz-Esparza from Duke University. We had sixteen participants from thirteen different universities in attendance.  Together,…
Coursera Conference 2021: Highlights and Takeaways

Coursera Conference 2021: Highlights and Takeaways

By Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer I was honored to host our ninth annual Coursera Conference. This year’s virtual format enabled something extraordinary: thousands of people from around the world came together with one common goal: building a more just world together through education. We had more than 100 speakers from 60 institutions and 18…
The Unbounded University: Education at All Ages

The Unbounded University: Education at All Ages

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The World Economic Forum predicts that 42% of the core skills within existing jobs on average are expected to change by 2022. Lifelong learning and continuous retraining, delivered through online learning, can help meet these evolving skill demands. Online platforms can be a powerful tool for universities to engage with learners–from alumni and faculty to…

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