We are thrilled that PCMAG.COM has honored edX with its Editors’ Choice designation in its May 29 edition.
Earning 4.5 out of 5 stars and an editor rating of “excellence,” edX received the top spot in the magazine’s Education & Reference Comparison Chart.
To fully experience all that edX courses have to offer, PCMAG.COM’s reviewer registered for and completed two edX courses—Exoplanets from the Australian National University, and UC Berkeley’s course on Shelly’s Frankenstein. The reviewer commended edX for “its welcoming platform for faculty and students,” “innovative assessments,” “free (honor) certificates, and a growing catalog of excellent courses.”
We are especially pleased that PCMAG noted that our open source platform and our nonprofit mission are encouraging developers around the world to contribute to Open edX and continually improve our platform. The reviewer cited edX course assessments as “the most versatile currently available.”
Receiving an Editors’ Choice is a great honor, an affirming recognition of edX and our work to advance teaching and learning for learners and institutions everywhere. Honors like this reinforce and help motivate us in our mission to increase access to high-quality education for learners around the world.
As PCMAG.COM says, “you can see what all the fuss is about by auditing a class for free.” Enroll today and join our global learning community.
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