November 24, 2015

Listen Online: Coursera Co-Founder Andrew Ng Discusses MOOCs in CBC Interview

Stanford professor and Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng talks with Jian Ghomeshi on the CBC’s (Canadian Broadcasting Company) “Q” radio program (it also airs on some U.S. public radio stations) about the growing popularity of MOOCs. The conversation also includes some discussion about Coursera’s business model.

The conversation begins at 5:06 in the program and runs about 15 minutes.

See Also: Measuring the MOOC Dropout Rate (via Inside Higher Ed)

See Also: MOOC Completion Rates: The Data (via

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