Julia Stiglitz

Coursera

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Head of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships at Coursera, a for-profit MOOC company founded by two Stanford University professors

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Two years ago at Stanford, a Massive Open Online Course attracted 160,000 students. MOOC's looked like  the future of higher educatio n.

Online Learning: Past, Present and Future

Two years ago at Stanford, a Massive Open Online Course attracted 160,000 students. MOOC's looked like the future of higher educatio n.

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