As we wrote back in April, there’s no doubt that the Internet is revolutionizing education, as more and more companies continue to emerge and alter the way we learn 영어 성경 듣기 다운로드. We’ve kept a close eye on edX, Khan Academy, Academic Earth, P2PU, Skillshare and Codecademy, and rounding out that list is Coursera, one of the youngest of the bunch, which recently raised $16 million to launch with 37 undergraduate and graduate-level courses 문명 6 몰려드는 폭풍 다운로드.
Now, since starting off with the likes of Princeton and Stanford, Coursera is announcing 12 new university partnerships, $3.7M in equity investments from Caltech, Penn and existing investors, and a total of 1.5M student users from 190 different countries 다운로드.
More specifically, here’s a list of the company’s 12 new partnering universities, following Coursera’s original four launch partners (Stanford, Princeton, University of Michigan and University of Pennsylvania):
- Georgia Tech
- Duke University
- University of Washington
- Rice University
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Toronto
- EPFL – Lausanne (Switzerland)
- Johns Hopkins University (School of Public Health)
- University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- University of Virginia
If you’re interested, these courses are free and here’s a list of all the new classes available: