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edX Removes Free Certificates and Adds Verified and XSeries Credentials – Udacity Leads the...

edX has discontinued the free honor code certificates, although the old ones will remain valid. Instead, learners will be able to audit courses without a...

Unbundling University Education: Welcome to the "iTunes-Style" College

"American higher education organizations will undergo from packaged courses and degrees to unbundled course offerings," argues Ryan Craig, managing director of University Ventures, a...

Investments in MOOCs Start to Pay Off

There was a consensus at the edX Global Forum that the future of higher education is blended. The same course design methodologies employed to produce...

The "edX Idea": Higher Education Credentials for Everyone

Beyond a consortium, educational portal and open source platform, edX is a powerful concept structured into a community of learners, educators, technologists and entrepreneurs. Dr. Joshua...

Over 30 Universities along with Brightest Minds in Higher Ed Participated in the Open...

The Open edX Universities Symposium (Washington DC, Nov 10-11) attracted over 30 top universities along with some of the brightest minds in higher education...

John Mitchell (Stanford): "EdX Delivered on Its Promise of Open Sourcing as We Dropped...

Guest Post: Prof. Lorena Barba Title: Q&A with Prof. John Mitchell Originally posted at Open edX Universities.org   Stanford University president, John Hennessy, created the office of the...

The University of Michigan Joins edX

The University of Michigan (U-M), a founding partner in Coursera, is joining the edX consortium this month. This university will use the name MichiganX and...

The Impact of MOOCs on Corporate Training – The edX Experiences

This is a summary of the talk “MOOCs and Their Impact on Corporate Training: the edX Experiences", that IBL's Founder Michael Amigot gave at...

Udacity Creates the First MOOC Profitable Program: Its Nanodegrees Attract 10K Paid Students

Udacity's "Nanodegree" program is showing "a glimmer of success", according to The New York Times. Within one year, 10,000 students have enrolled into the program...

What's Open edX?

Guest Post: Lorena A. Barba This article originally ran on the Open edX Universities Symposium's website on July 15, 2015   By Professor Lorena A. Barba Most people are familiar...

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