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Este artículo fue originalmente publicado por CampusVivo. Universidades y centros nacionales e internacionales han renovado su lista de cursos en abierto, online y gratuitos (MOOCs), ampliando las oportunidades de formación continua para los últimos meses del año. En Campus Vivo te ofrecemos una nueva lista con 50 cursos a los que podrás acceder en noviembre y diciembre sin coste alguno y entre los que encontrarás...

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This course review was written by Andrea Novicki for the Duke CIT blog. We’re always excited to read student reviews of edX courses, and getting positive feedback from Andrea, a MOOC creator herself, was an additional compliment! Read on for a behind-the-scenes look at Tropical Coastal Ecosystems from UQx, which starts again November 24. I miss my MOOC! I just received my certificate in Tropical...

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Investigate the criminal justice system, learn a new computer programming skill, or explore tropical coastlines with courses starting soon on edX. Learn more about our upcoming courses below, and enroll in one today! By Mukta Ghorpadey

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The brief given to me early last year by my boss, Professor Phil Long, here at the University of Queensland, was not one I’d heard before. “We’re making four edX courses. We need to produce a large number of short educational videos across a wide range of topics. All the videos have to be engaging but also easy to make, with tools that are familiar...

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 Think101x: The Science of Everyday Thinking went live this Sunday to more than 75,000 students. In the course, we explore why people believe weird things, how they form and change opinions, and how we can make better decisions. Sign up for the course Get a taste of things to come Check out the on campus experience There are no prerequisites for The Science of Everyday...

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We are proud to welcome The University of Tokyo, one of the world’s most prominent research and teaching universities, as our 32nd xConsortium member. The University of Tokyo was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university, UTokyo offers courses in essentially all academic disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research across the full spectrum...

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We were honored to host Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan at the edX offices in Cambridge, MA tonight to celebrate her foundation’s creation of a new Arabic-language MOOC portal, Edraak, built on the Open edX platform. Her Majesty witnessed the signing of the agreement by edx and Queen Rania Foundation CEO Haifa Dia Al-Attia. It is remarkable to see Her Majesty’s commitment...

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