Open University’s FutureLearn to Compete With Coursera, Udacity

[ 0 ] July 31, 2013 |

FutureLearn, wholly-owned by the UK’s Open University, is working to develop online courses and become a significant MOOC provider to join the conversation with Coursera and Udacity. According to Tim Dodd of Financial Review, FutureLearn Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Simon Nelson said he believes “the digital disruption in education will broaden and enter the field of corporate training.”

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