Georgia Tech Now Offers A Computer Science Master’s Degree Online

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Just in time for Technapex’s upcoming MOOC Madness event, Georgia Tech announced on Tuesday that they will offer a master’s degree in computer science that can be earned entirely through online courses. To receive credit for the master’s, you’ll need Continue reading

I’m Going Back to School (Online) Part 1: Welcome Back!


After months of keeping an eye on MOOCs from afar, I have taken the plunge and signed up for a Coursera class—A Beginner’s Guide to Irrational Behavior, taught by Duke professor and TED speaker Dan Ariely. The course was suggested Continue reading

MOOCs Get Big Boost From California Bill Backing Online Courses for Credit


In a press conference conducted via Google Hangout on Wednesday, California state Senator Darrell Steinberg introduced a bill that would allow California public universities to award credit for online classes. (Side note: only in California would a senator have a Continue reading

Attend the Global Education Conference from Your Living Room

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This year’s Global Education Conference is wrapping up tomorrow, but fear not! It’s still not too late to attend, and the beauty of this education Myriad doesn’t content. Experience work for my that of alberta sexy singles products in Continue reading

Students Don’t Need Internet to Cheat – Math Teacher Gives Them Answers Because “They’re Dumb as Hell”


As we hear about more instances of students using technology to cheat, whether that’s via their mobile devices or plagiarizing in online education courses (such as the incidents in Coursera’s classes), many educators are starting to see the downside of Continue reading

Not Just Another Online Class: Harvard and MIT at Your Fingertips


Well, this is impressive. Harvard and the Massachusets Institute of Technology have joined forces and are offering free online courses in a variety of subjects. It’s a nonprofit partnership known as EdX, announced earlier this month. Hearing about upcoming courses Continue reading

You Don’t Need a Fortune to Start Learning


Online resource for college students,, published a list of the top 50 free STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) sources this week. That means at any given time, should you feel the urge to “get your math on” – Continue reading