Open edX & Learning Platforms Newsletter | February 2022: Maple Version, 2U edX, Coursera, Docebo, eLearning Brothers, 360Learning, Duolingo…

[ Newsletter format  |  Click here to subscribe ]

 

FEBRUARY 2020 – NEWSLETTER #43  |  Breaking news at IBL News  |  Noticias en Español

 

Open edX

The Open edX Conference Returns to In-Person Format: April 26 – 29, Lisbon, Portugal

Open edX’s Maple Version of the Platform Includes Advanced Features

 

edX Platform

• edX, Now Part of 2U, Releases Its 2022 Impact Report

“Introduction to Linux” Course, With One Million Learners, Launches a Version in Spanish

• Harvard Launches a New Version of the Course “CS50 Introduction to Computer Science”

• An edX Course on Volcanoes Wins the Prize for Innovative Pedagogy

 

Coursera

• Coursera Doubled Its Losses in 2021 While Valuation Decreased in Half

 

Courses

• Google Will Support “Responsible AI” Courses Developed by 15 Universities along with NHC

• MOOCs Providers Will Expand their Catalog Through Business Partners, Says Shah

 

Learning Platforms: Acquisitions

• Another Acquisition of eLearning Brothers: an India-Based Design Firm

• Docebo Expands in the Asia-Pacific with the Acquisition of a Consulting Agency

• eLearning Brothers Acquires Video Learning Start-Up Rehearsal

• 360Learning SaaS Platform Buys UK’s Looop for $20 Million

 

Learning Platforms: Results

• 2U Inc. Reports a Loss of $194.8 Million and Revenue of $945.7 Million in 2021

• Duolingo Implements a Successful TikTok Viral Strategy Using Its Mascot

 

2022 Events | All of the Key Conferences Listed!

• Education Calendar 2022  – FEB | MAR | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY |  Conferences in Latin America & Spain

 


This newsletter was created in collaboration with IBL Education, a New York City-based company specializing in AI-driven learning platforms. We also film and produce courses for universities and business organizations. Read the latest IBL Newsletter   |  Archive of Open edX Newsletters

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons.
IBL News is a nonprofit initiative.
This initiative is part of IBL Education.