Coursera 2022


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Online courses in Python, analytics, languages and more from top universities
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Learn from experts at 200+ world-class universities and companies including Yale, the University of Michigan, Google, IBM, and more. Build skills at every stage of your career with flexible and affordable options. Enroll in free courses, gain in-demand job skills and certificates, or earn a university degree online.

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With the Coursera app, you can:

Advance your career with recognized certificates from world-class universities like Duke, University of London, and Yale, and industry-leaders like Google, IBM, and Facebook.
Master in-demand job skills through applied learning—including Python, digital marketing, and SQL—and learn from top instructors at leading universities and companies.
Learn on your budget by enrolling in any of hundreds of free courses
Learn on your schedule with on-demand online lectures and downloadable videos for offline viewing.
Get academic credentials by completing modular portions of a full degree with MasterTrack™ Certificate program.

The Coursera app is free to download. You can enroll in:

Single courses from $39-$99
Multi-course Specialization and Professional Certificate subscriptions from $39-$79 per month
MasterTrack™ Certificates from $2,000-$5,000
And apply to Degrees ranging from $9,000-$45,000

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· …and hundreds more!

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4 comentarios en "Coursera 2022"

  1. Darshan Mehta dice:

    Ironically sad how the app that teaches technology to people makes such poor use of it. Can’t believe that in 2022 this app still doesn’t have a good playback screen. Doesn’t pause when the play/pause button on headset is clicked. Does pause when screen is locked either; just keeps stuttering and playing in the background. Doesn’t have a dark mode either.

  2. Steven dice:

    Pointless. I couldn’t remember my password from my account and trying to reset it within the app just gives you a constant loop without the ability to change it. Garbage design for a company that claims to be about learning or whatever. The service itself is good, but this app is an absolute mess. Just stick to their website.

  3. Scott Mountjoy dice:

    The app has its uses, but there are many times you’re prevented from seeing a grade or assignment because “it’s designed for a larger screen.” But if you uninstall the app (or the webpage will just open it again) and go through the web page it works – on the same screen. This is EXTREMELY annoying when I’m traveling and don’t have a larger screen available. Make the app open things and let THE STUDENT decide if they need a larger screen.

  4. Victor Ogbonna dice:

    I don’t think this app is properly optimized for tablets because the experience is not good. The discussion prompt box where your response is supposed to be typed in is very glitchy and difficult to use. Also the video player is too zoomed in when watching lectures, resulting in cutoffs of definitions and important figures in the video. Hopefully these errors can be resolved in future updates. (using Samsung Galaxy Tab S3)

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