Thursday, September 20, 2012

Loggerhead turtle: Stanford announces 16 online courses for fall quarter, Sixteen courses and two new platforms for interactive

"Stanford announces 16 online courses for fall quarter:

The university, which pioneered massive open online courses, unveils two new homegrown software platforms to host the courses.

Sixteen courses and two new platforms for interactive learning will highlight Stanford's free online offerings this fall, with more to follow during winter and spring quarters. ..."


Here is a list of fall quarter classes, with instructor, course title, start date and platform:
Andrew Ng, Machine Learning, Aug. 20, Coursera
Dan Boneh, Cryptography, Aug. 27, Coursera
Keith Devlin, Introduction to Mathematical Thinking, Sept. 17, Coursera
Daphne Koller, Probabilistic Graphical Models, Sept. 24, Coursera
Scott Klemmer, Human-Computer Interaction, Sept. 24, Coursera
Michael Genesereth, Introduction to Logic, Sept. 24, Coursera
Dan McFarland, Organizational Analysis, Sept. 24, Coursera
Kristin Sainani, Writing in the Sciences, Sept. 24, Coursera
Tim Roughgarden, Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 2, October, Coursera
Chuck Eesley, Technology Entrepreneurship, Fall, Venture Lab
Tina Seelig, A Crash Course on Creativity, Fall, Venture Lab
Paul Kim, Designing a New Learning Environment, Fall, Venture Lab
Kay Giesecke, Finance, Fall, Venture Lab
Clint Korver, Startup Boards: Advanced Entrepreneurship, Fall, Venture Lab
Bruce Clemens, Solar Cells, Fuel Cells and Batteries, Oct. 8, Class2Go
Nick McKeown and Philip Levis, An Introduction to Computer Networks, Oct. 8, Class2Go


Such an abundance of open resources ... which WUaS has added to our Courses' wiki subject page - - and will further distribute throughout WUaS's Subjects's wiki page -

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