Saphier Regina: Az Orvosképzés Online Jövője – Karolinska Kurzusok az edX Platformon

“… egy olyan minőségi kutatóintézet, mint a Karolinska Institutet az edX platformon (melyet a Harvard University és a Massachusetts Institute of Technology avagy az MIT hozott létre) világszínvonalú orvosi tananyagokat tett (tesz) elérhetővé, angolul, online és ingyen.”


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: Coursera “re-Members” in Larger Numbers?

Regina Saphier: Coursera “re-Members” in Larger Numbers?   How to measure leaning without tests, quizzes, essays, deadlines and exams in the MOOC environment? I now spent months returning to the Coursera platform to view videos just for fun and the thrill of joy was in my heart still as I watched Prof. Idan Segev (the … 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: My Coursera Manifesto

Regina Saphier: My Coursera Manifesto My Coursera Manifesto How the death of open-Internet activist Aaron Swartz, the viral Warren video, Coursera and you demanding the best courses relate to each other, and how your Coursera experience is a political statement. Thank you Carol E. for confirming my opinion (that I posted on Saturday via my … 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: How NOT to “deliver” an online course via Coursera

Regina Saphier: How NOT to “deliver” an online course via Coursera A couple of new courses started just now on Coursera. I had a look at five and have things to say about two of them, again, one bad, one good… This time they are not from the same US university (the University of Pennsylvania), … 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

My Gamification Statement of Accomplishment from Coursera

I got it! I received my Gamification Statement of Accomplishment from Coursera on October 22, 2012. It was supposed to get to us by e-mail, but I kept waiting, trying to assume that it will happen, even if the system is again down for a while… but I did not get the e-mail with the … Continue reading

Comments I made in a comparative discussion

The second paragraph is my initial comparative post that I used to start a discussion about two Coursera professors, Kearns and Werbach, and their (respectively) unsuccessful and immediately successful adjustment to the pioneering Coursera MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) platform. It is not about these two people, not a personal thing, it is about my … Continue reading

My NEW Coursera Blog

“As Courserians, we should act as if having dinner in a fine all you can eat running sushi restaurant… Eat what you like. Do not eat, what you do not like.” This is my line from a Coursera facebook group discussion (started and moderated by me under Gamification). I am going to write about my … Continue reading