COURSERA
En.Mohammad Al Alyan
Content of the Presentation
• What is Coursera
• Who made it & Partners
• Coursera Features
• Some statistics
• How to sta...
What is Coursera
Coursera is an education company
started in 2012 working with the top
universities and organizations in t...
Who made it & Partners
Founded by Stanford University
Computer Science professors
Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng
Coursera Features
• Resource type: Open traditional university courses
(Knowledge)
• Time Commitment: 4-12 weeks/course
• ...
Some statistics
How to start
• Create a login & password
• Begin by browsing all the courses
offered
• When you first register and login t...
Class website overview
• Syllabus
• Homework & assignments
• Quizzes
• Video lectures
• Discussion forum
Coursera Video Tour
Coursera Certificate
How Signature Track works
How Signature Track works
How Signature Track works
Q & A
“Imagine a future where top university
professors in the country are teaching not
just hundreds of thousands of stud...
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  1. 1. COURSERA En.Mohammad Al Alyan
  2. 2. Content of the Presentation • What is Coursera • Who made it & Partners • Coursera Features • Some statistics • How to start • Class website overview • Coursera Certificates
  3. 3. What is Coursera Coursera is an education company started in 2012 working with the top universities and organizations in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.
  4. 4. Who made it & Partners Founded by Stanford University Computer Science professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng
  5. 5. Coursera Features • Resource type: Open traditional university courses (Knowledge) • Time Commitment: 4-12 weeks/course • Level of expertise: From freshmen to seasoned scholars • Subject areas: Computer science, humanities and social sciences, mathematics and statistics, healthcare and medicine, economics and finance, society and networks.
  6. 6. Some statistics
  7. 7. How to start • Create a login & password • Begin by browsing all the courses offered • When you first register and login to Coursera, click on the Courses link in the top menu. You will come to a page that lists all the classes available to sign up for. • about Coursera
  8. 8. Class website overview • Syllabus • Homework & assignments • Quizzes • Video lectures • Discussion forum
  9. 9. Coursera Video Tour
  10. 10. Coursera Certificate
  11. 11. How Signature Track works
  12. 12. How Signature Track works
  13. 13. How Signature Track works
  14. 14. Q & A “Imagine a future where top university professors in the country are teaching not just hundreds of thousands of students but hundreds of millions."

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