Coursera Announces 16 Universities Expanding Free, Online IT Courses

[ 0 ] July 21, 2012 |

Coursera, a startup built around the global classroom business model, announced new partnerships with an additional 12 universities, bringing the total to 16 major universities now offering in free, online courses. The larger span of universities now on board brings a range of information technology courses, from the fundamentals of algorthms to machine learning and security,  programming to artificial intelligence.

For a an entire list of course offerings and the full article – read on at ZDNet.


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