Regina Saphier: My dream: A “Self Driving” learning journey

Regina Saphier: My dream: A “Self Driving” learning journey   I love Coursera, even when I am focusing on other activities, like advising startups and watching Udacity’s lean startup course with Steve Blank, because it is the embodiment of something I have been waiting for. I started my Coursera blog last year specifically about my unique experiences … Continue reading

Regina Saphier: Suggestions for Coursera content quality control and sudden ideas for Coursera satellite startups

Regina Saphier: Suggestions for Coursera content quality control and sudden ideas for Coursera satellite startups … MentorU I believe there are Coursera students who completed some of the Ivy level courses (either online via Coursera and via other MOOCs, or offline on Campus at different colleges and universities) and would be willing to become “peer … Continue reading

Regina Saphier: Gross National Income… “developing” and “developed” countries… and Coursera.

Regina Saphier: Gross National Income… “developing” and “developed” countries… and Coursera. I have been asked about the challenges that Coursera-like MOOC models face in Developing Countries. In fact thank you for the interesting questions that you send me via e-mail (each time from international readers I have never met and I have never spoken to, … Continue reading

Regina Saphier: Students! Ignore education policies and face the MOOCs!

Regina Saphier: Students! Ignore education policies and face the MOOCs! Students of most countries! Embrace MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and ignore your country’s education policies, unless you live in Finland. People in the business of education are already being heavily challenged by MOOCs all over the world. For example in Hungary, I am really … Continue reading