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kjaggard

holy crap coursera just opened 92 new courses. from 29 new schools, in five languages.
Feb 21 2013 08:14 AM
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    Cody930
    My university (Rutgers) joined and announced this yesterday as well. This was the press release for those interested (outlines some of the course being offered) - http://news.rutgers.edu/medrel/news-releases/2013/february-2013/rutgers-joins-course-20130221
    Feb 22 2013 07:04 PM
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    kjaggard
    recently some schools have said they will count a very few of the offerings as credit. and if I understand the goal, eventually they will offer a level you can pay some for additional benefit. The thing is that as soon as it becomes credits and degrees you have to add beaurocracy to the process and that raises costs.
    Feb 22 2013 08:07 PM
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    Raklian
    Then let AI take care of the bureaucracy. :-) It isn't that hard.
    Feb 22 2013 09:33 PM