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By Anna Meixler   Access to classroom learning is far from universal, and even those enrolled in formal educational institutions may be hungering for greater, more convenient learning opportunities. In fact, the most heavily cited reason that students take MOOCs, according to a February 2013 Coursera report on their Bioelectricity MOOC from Duke University, is […]

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Stifterverband and iversity launch voting phase of €250K contest Essen and Berlin, Germany, 6 May 2013 Public voting begins today to help determine the winners of the MOOC Production Fellowship contest, which will award ten €25,000 stipends to professors to create massive open online courses (MOOCs) geared towards students in Germany and the rest of […]

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A lot of you might have been wondering about what we have been up to. In case you didn’t know the scientific publishing company Springer Nature bought over iversity in late 2017. You can read the press release here: https://group.springernature.com/de/group/media/press-releases/springer-nature-acquires-e-learning-provider-iversity/15222536 Springer Nature is a leading research, educational and professional publisher, providing quality content to our […]

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squaring the circle of corporate professional development

Traditional corporate professional development is stuck between a rock and a hard place. While on-site training is expensive (trainer, venue, travel, accommodation, catering) and bound to a specific time and location, traditional web-based trainings and elearning courses are scalable, but suffer from low didactic quality and thus fail to achieve advanced learning outcomes. Webinars combine […]

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