Coursera hires a former Yale president, a Florida university struggles to grant credit to MOOCs, and more in this week’s Shortcuts
Welcome to Friday Shortcuts, a round-up of the ed-tech news that didn’t make it onto the front page of eCampus News this week–but you should know about anyway.
Shortcut 1. Former Yale president heads to Coursera as CEO
In a move that will further differentiate itself from its main competitor, Udacity, massive open online course platform Coursera has hired Richard Levin as its new CEO. Levin was the president of Yale University for two decades.…Read More