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Whether you are looking to learn a new technology this summer or want to refresh your math skills, we have the course for you with Summer Learning @ edX! From planes, to the cloud, smartphones, sports, and more, here are some interactive math and technology courses to keep your mind curious all summer long! Enroll today! * Advanced Placement and AP are registered trademarks of the College Board,...

Read More about Stay Curious This Summer with edX

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Add experience with a new technology or a specific tech-related skill to your resume, college application, or LinkedIn profile. Demand for tech experts in every field continues to increase, and edX is here to help you gain the necessary expertise. Check out Inc.’s Top 6 Tech Skills You Need in 2015, and then browse the courses below and start learning. Whether you want to learn a new skill, or brush up on an...

Read More about 10 Tech Courses on edX This Summer!

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This week on edX, take your first programming course, learn how to make the most out of the data in your evereyday life, or explore what it means to reclaim a broken place. Check out the courses starting this week!  

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As part of our ongoing efforts at edX to increase access to quality education and to reach more global learners, we are offering translated course videos (transcripts) for select courses in Mandarin, Spanish, and Portuguese. Check out three of these translated courses launching next week!

Posted in: Learner News

Learning new ideas can be exciting, enlightening, and even life-changing. The “ah-ha” moments might connect to comments like “I’ve never thought of that,” or “I’ve never known how to do that.” Ideally, the effects of such insight extend beyond a course. Learning to analyze writing can help a math major communicate discoveries on theoretical structures. Tackling problems through computing hones various problem-solving techniques that can...

Read More about Linear Thinking from Sports to Pixar


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