84 – Coursera


Coursera offers MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) in cooperation with other businesses and universities.

Website: coursera.org
Cost: Free
Availability: Online

Rankings in the previous surveys: 

2021: 65 2020: 57 2019: 53 2018: 31 2017: 32 2016: 30 2015: 44 2014: 38
2013: 38 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –

Comments on Coursera

“Interactive, high quality Learning content” Elizabeth, Agile Coach, Austria, 2022

Professional development. Self paced. Variety of business topics” Maha Khatib, L&D, UAE, 2021

“It contains numerous high-level courses on subjects that interest me both personally and professionally.” e-learning developer, Czech Republic, 2021

“Free courses to follow on many topics. Rarely use the certification option” Global Head of Learning, Culture, D&I and Wellbeing, Netherlands, 2020

“lots of great content” General Manager, Chile, 2019

“Many MOOCs available, bite size and self-paced programs” Senior Portfolio Manager, Sweden, 2019

“Good choices of high quality standard training contents” Head of Learning Germany, 2019

Quick Guide to Coursera

Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use Coursera for teaching, training, learning and development.

Coursera is a popular online platform that offers a variety of courses that come from universities worldwide. These adopt the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) format and use a mainly video streaming approach.

  • Here’s a video showing how to sign up for a Coursera course

How does Coursera differ from edX (another MOOC platform)? See EdX vs. Coursera: Which MOOC Platform is Better? from Edukatico

Coursera for Business provides “world-class training and development programs, developed by top universities and companies” for the enterprise.

Coursera for Campus empowers any university to offer high-quality, job-relevant online education to students, alumni, faculty, and staff.

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