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Now you can have a chance to take Sports Business courses, free of charge. In August 2013, the B-school launches a new “massive open online course,” or MOOC, called The Global Business of Sports, via online provider Coursera. Taught by longtime Wharton professor Kenneth Shropshire, the online course is modeled after the popular Sports Ventures & […]

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Mooc stands for a massive open online course. It is an online course aimed at large-scale participation and open access via the internet They are similar to university courses, but do not tend to offer academic credit A number of web-based platforms – including edX, Coursera and Udacity – supported by top universities and colleges […]

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A complete List of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) sites:  The acronym MOOC stands for massive, open, online course and it’s a term used to describe large numbers of learners coming together in one course to learn in a connected way and providing open access to large population via the internet. MOOCs provide interactive user […]

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Thanks to a massive reduction in cost of phones, Dual and Quad processors have now become common in a lot of mobile devices. But once you do buy them you’ll notice that they are seldom used, and most of the processing power is just sitting there waiting. So what can you do to utilize them […]

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I recently read a blog posted by Marc Scott titled “Kids Can’t Use Computers… And This Is Why It Should Worry You”. Now Marc is a teacher and teaches computer Sciences and also lends a hand in managing his school’s network. So you can understand that if anyone has a computer related problem in their […]

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Are you a friend who doubles as a tech support to your friends and family, or just had a OS crash and are sweating with the thought of reinstalling all your basic applications or just need to quickly install VLC or flash or any such essential freeware application, then skip the vendors website and try […]

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Saberi and co-founder Farnaz Ronaghi, both natives of Iran, started NovoEd in January 2013. The online learning platform that integrates elements of social media was originally developed as an in-house Stanford program called Venture Lab. NovoEd was originally a Stanford operation called Venture Lab that allowed faculty to put classes online with a platform designed for […]

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The following three MOOC elements are particularly well-suited to corporate learning & development: Semi-synchronicity: Most MOOCs allow students to go through the course as a ‘semi-synchronous’ cohort of learners. That means each week the group receives the same assignment of video lectures, readings, quizzes and/or threaded discussions, but each member completes that course work on […]

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According to a survey of participants in courses on the Canvas Network, 76% students said they signed up because of the topic, 75% because it was free, 61% for professional development, and 44% because they wanted to find out what MOOCs are all about. It turned out that 72% of those who enrolled were themselves professional […]

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edX, launched in Fall 2012, is a massive open online course (mooc) platform founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. The two institutions have contributed $30 million each to the non-profit project. edX was developed on MITx, a similar project launched by MIT in 2011. The idea was to offer online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to […]

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