We envision a world where anyone, anywhere can transform their life by accessing the world’s best learning experience. Coursera was founded in 2012 by two Stanford Computer Science professors who wanted to share their knowledge and skills with the world.
Professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng put their courses online for anyone to take – and taught more learners in a few months than they could have in an entire lifetime in the classroom. Since then, we’ve built a platform where anyone, anywhere can learn and earn credentials from the world’s top universities and education providers. Every course on Coursera is taught by top instructors from the world’s best universities and educational institutions. Courses include recorded video lectures, auto-graded and peer-reviewed assignments, and community discussion forums. When you complete a course, you’ll receive a sharable electronic Course Certificate.
Learn from renowned professors, watch high quality lectures online, achieve mastery via interactive assignments, and collaborate with a global community of students.
Mission: We envision a world where anyone, anywhere can transform their life by accessing the world’s best learning experience.
Learn strategies for adapting to a changing world, whether it’s change at home, in your learning, or in your career.
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Digital marketing is one of the top trending skills in 2020, according to Coursera’s #GlobalSkillsIndex. Learn essential skills to get job-ready with this collection of courses and Specializations hand-picked by digital marketing experts. https://bit.ly/2YQPwbu
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While COVID-19 has changed the world of work dramatically, these five learners were able to reimagine their existing jobs, land new jobs, and enhance their hireability with knowledge and experience gained through the Google IT Support Professional Certificate.
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blog.coursera.org COVID-19 has changed the world of work dramatically. Interviews and onboarding now happen virtually. Teams are distributed and working from home. Employee
In this two-hour Guided Project, you’ll receive step-by-step instructions on how to build an app in Android Studio using Java, and upload your APK to Appetize. https://bit.ly/3jrZ8BA #GuidedProject
Completing a Professional Certificate program can be an important step towards a new career. But how do you leverage your new training to actually get your first job in a new field?
Learn how to effectively discuss your new skills, previous experience, and career goals to get your dream job, with advice from expert career consultant Vera Fishman. https://bit.ly/2Qz6Xcg
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Over the next few weeks, we’ll continue to connect you to resources that will make it easier for you to take positive steps for your career. #LearnWithConfidence
Expert spotlight: Dr. Bettina Aptheker is a distinguished professor in the feminist studies department at UC Santa Cruz, as well as the instructor of the Feminism and Social Justice course on Coursera.
She's also a prominent American activist, who was a leader of the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley University in 1964. Get a deeper understanding of intersectional feminism, social justice, and how to maintain hope in the long fight for change: https://bit.ly/3b1fYUU
Hear from an expert: Keybank Professor at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Diana Bilimoria researches why women stay in STEM, ways to develop women's careers, and how to diversify leadership in the workplace.
Hear her advice for how we can help overcome the gender gap in STEM: https://bit.ly/3gEcFnP
In this two-hour Guided Project, you’ll receive step-by-step instructions on how to confidently use Canva to create a sample social media graphic that can be used as part of a successful social media marketing strategy. https://bit.ly/32mJqAM
🚨Free course alert: the How to Write a Resume course from the State University of New York helps you create or update your resume strategically for any industry, with best practices and advice on current trends as well as common pitfalls. Taught by a SUNY career counselor, this course includes a segment with an employer who discusses how they approach a stack of resumes.
msn.com Holly Justice, a career counselor at SUNY, created a course that lends a behind-the-scenes look to creating the best resume for the job.
Whether you’re a college student getting ready to join the workforce for the first time, a mid-career professional looking to make a career switch, or someone returning to the workforce after time away, you may be wondering how to choose the career that’s right for you.
Career consultant Vera Fishman shares a career research framework to help you get started on exploring a new career path: https://bit.ly/32oJmjV
blog.coursera.org Launching a new career can be an exhilarating process, but also a complicated one. One of the most important steps is the first one—choosing which career
Looking for your first job? Coursera’s Career Services Program Manager Vera Fishman draws on her extensive experience in career consulting to provide steps you can take to boost your confidence and set yourself up for success in your job search: https://bit.ly/3ghxLYL
Many job descriptions require experience. So when you’re applying for your first job, how do you know what skills you need to build in order to stand out and...
After completing tech courses on Coursera, Emmanuel gained new confidence for his technical interviews and had real work to showcase. Fast forward one hundred courses later (we’re not exaggerating!), and Emmanuel has launched his career in tech! Congrats, Emmanuel! 👏👏👏
blog.coursera.org Emmanuel is a recent graduate from Berea College who works at Morgan Stanley as a software engineer. In his own words, he shares how Coursera sparked his
Pop quiz! In your own words, how would you define “data science?”
To see how data science experts from IBM answered this question, check out this 2 minute video:https://bit.ly/34gHkoC
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Cloud Computing is one of the top trending job skills in Coursera’s 2020 #GlobalSkillsIndex. Start building your cloud skills today with our curated collection of courses and Specializations taught by leading experts at top companies and universities. https://bit.ly/341EfZa
To Coursera learners everywhere: thank you for learning with us. We hope this message from some of your favorite instructors encourages you to keep learning and building a better world.
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Ben found the puuurfect degree for him - with an UG in architecture, he was accepted into MCIT Online, a CS degree for students with a non-CS background. He has already been promoted as a result and hasn't even graduated yet! Apply today for Spring 2021: https://onlinelearning.seas.upenn.edu/mcit/. #mcitonline #penneng
With courses launching every week, there are always new topics to explore, new skills to learn, and new ways to achieve your goals. These latest courses cover everything from AI, blockchain, and cybersecurity, to contact tracing, social work, and UX design.
blog.coursera.org With more world-class content launching every week, there are always new topics to explore, new skills to learn, and new ways to achieve your goals. These
Free access extended until December 31, 2020 for popular public health courses covering everything from the science behind COVID-19, to communicating during global emergencies. https://bit.ly/2DQF2kW
Working remotely? We’ve rounded up courses with strategies to help you work more productively and efficiently from home. From gaining fluency with Excel and Google Sheets to mastering project management and data analysis, you can use these courses to ensure a successful transition to remote work. https://bit.ly/2PBrJY9
📣 Deadline extended to enroll in 100+ free courses! Through December 31, 2020, you can continue to earn free course certificates in public health, career development, well-being, and more.
blog.coursera.org As each of us navigate the impact of COVID-19 on our lives, we hope that you can find comfort in the strength of the Coursera community. Know that you’re not alone, and we’re here to help in any way that we can.
Amie spent much of her early career helping other people—in the military and as a police dispatcher. When she got married and had children, she started working in retail but her desire to make a difference and impact never left her. So when COVID-19 hit, she committed to finishing the Google IT Support Professional Certificate, and is now helping people in a whole new way—as a Field Service Technician!
blog.coursera.org We’d like to introduce you to Amie Hanbury. In the story she shares below, Amie describes how COVID-19 caused her to reevaluate her career, and how
Your summer learning inspired us so much that we created a digital yearbook to celebrate your accomplishments! Meet learners from all over the world.
Your summer learning inspired us so much that we created a digital yearbook to celebrate your accomplishments! Meet learners from all over the world.
See how engineering student Bharathan used what he learned on Coursera to land a machine learning internship and launch a career in artificial intelligence.
blog.coursera.org Bharathan is a senior in the Bachelor of Engineering program at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda and recently shared how he was able to use
Did you know? Students who study Mathematics & Statistics and the Physical Sciences have the strongest skill sets across business, tech, and data science. Download the #GlobalSkillsIndex to find out which job-relevant skills are essential to succeed in the new economy. https://bit.ly/33bWXNl
Happy #InternationalFriendshipDay! Virtual board games, video chats, and online trivia nights and are all fun ways to spend time with friends right now. You know what else is great to do with a friend? Learning!
Now you can give a friend 50% off their first course on Coursera––and get 50% off as a reward. https://bit.ly/315Ekbp
“When I was in 10th grade, I wanted to study economics and business and become a certified accountant when I grew up. However, deep down, some voice inside told me that I should pursue science in high school. Not much later, I noticed my increasing love for computer science and programming, specifically in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
So from economics to general science to now majoring in computer science at one of India’s top engineering colleges, this journey has been amazing and life-changing, and most of the credit goes to Coursera. With online courses in basic programming, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, Coursera helped me broaden my horizons and gain knowledge in the subjects I’m most passionate about.
With high-quality courses on a wide variety of subjects and topics, I think Coursera is the go-to platform for learning something new and for supplementing your current studies.” - Ramya, @ram_yeahh on Instagram
Thank you for inspiring the community with your story, Ramya! It’s wonderful to hear that you’re pursuing your passion for computer science.
Have a learning experience to share? We’d love to hear it: https://bit.ly/33bhqlq
Who's ready for course 3 of deeplearning.ai's Natural Language Processing Specialization?
Course 3 of the NLP Specialization - Sequence Models - is now available for learners on Coursera!
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Hear what the course instructors, Łukasz Kaiser and Younes Bensouda Mourri, have to say :)
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This week in our career advice series, you’ll learn some tips to help you navigate and overcome a challenging question that your interviewer might ask–– the “What are your weaknesses?” question.
✨Bonus✨ Learn more strategies for how to answer this question from the University of Maryland, College Park: https://bit.ly/39DBsWV
Transform your ideas and emotions into songs in the Singer Songwriter Specialization from the Berklee College of Music. Gain the skills you need to write, perform, and record your original music. https://bit.ly/3f7IXqg
Free Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health course with certificate, now available in Spanish and Portuguese!
Learn how contact tracing can help limit the spread of COVID-19. Explore the basics of COVID-19 and how to implement case investigations as a contact tracer.
Cuando el mundo responde a la pandemia #COVID19, los expertos en salud pública han identificado el rastreo de contactos como una estrategia clave para limitar la propagación del virus. En este curso gratuito de la facultad en Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, aprenda los conceptos básicos de COVID-19 y cómo implementar investigaciones de casos como un rastreador de contactos.
À medida que o mundo responde à pandemia #COVID19, especialistas em saúde pública identificaram o rastreamento de contatos como uma estratégia fundamental para limitar a propagação do vírus. Neste curso gratuito do corpo docente da Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, aprenda o básico da COVID-19 e como conduzir investigações de caso como um rastreador de contato.
blog.coursera.org By Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer at Coursera Read this post in Spanish and Portuguese. With the continued threat of COVID-19, governments
“I majored in computer science for my undergrad, and while I was in school I made the decision to enroll in the Google IT Professional Certificate program in hopes that it would open up more opportunities for a career after graduation. While interviewing with my current employer I mentioned my certificate through Coursera, and they were excited to hear that I had some background on the material.
There are many skills that I have been able to apply to my new job. As a cloud support technician, I take on many different tasks including, using PowerShell, speaking with customers, and checking on network connections, to name a few. The program taught me the types of questions I should be asking customers.
The Google IT Support Professional Certificate is an amazing program––it’s great for people who are just getting into the field and it’s also great for people already in the field.” - Kaitie Holden, Google IT Support Professional Certificate alum
Has taking a course on Coursera impacted your life in any way, big or small? Whether learning helped you transform your career, create change in your community, or see the world a little differently – we want to hear your story! Share with us here:
blog.coursera.org Has learning on Coursera impacted your life in any way, big or small? Whether you transformed your career, created change in your community, or came to
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