André de Albuquerque
André de AlbuquerqueBusiness Developer Social Media and MKT

What are your favourite MOOC providers?

I'm looking for the best Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) other than Udemy and Coursera.
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  1. Jordan Natan Hochenbaum
    Jordan Natan HochenbaumChief Creative Officer / VP Engineering · Edited
    To be up front, I'm a co-founder :) That being said, Kadenze is unique among other MOOC providers in that we're a full STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) provider. We partner with some of the best schools in the world (e.g. Stanford, Princeton, CalArts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Goldsmiths London), and our production department (instructional designers, animators, motion artists, filmmakers, and editors) work with the universities to produce very high-quality content. Our engineering team then develops all kinds of tools to make learning more interactive. Our courses cover everything from art history to creative coding, music production, signal processing, deep learning, etc. One of the unique things about our coding and data science courses is that they are all project-driven courses that get you to explore the topics creatively. Our Deep Learning course in Python/Tensorflow for example has recently been rated the #1 Deep Learning course on the web (https://medium.freecodecamp.org/...) and Google is now partnering with us to turn it into a three-course Program which is just around the corner. Most of the courses on Kadenze.com are free if you want to watch the material. Premium membership is $10/month and lets you take as many courses as you'd like, and receive a credential (Certificate of Accomplishment) for any that you complete satisfactorily. You also get access to exclusive student discounts from many of our industrial partners like Ableton, Adobe, and more. A little while ago we launched Kadenze Programs (https://www.kadenze.com/programs), which are typically 2-3 courses, and allow you to gain a deeper understanding of a subject. Programs also give you access to exclusive content, e.g. the first course in a Program is available to everyone on Kadenze, and courses 2 and 3 are exclusive to those enrolled in the Program. Upon completion of a Program, you receive a Specialist Certificate which shows that you've taken a series of classes and a summative assessment which demonstrates your mastery of the subject. Many Programs also bundle transferrable college credit into their prices, so for learners who are also trying to accelerate their college degree, or make up some units, it's a great path for them as well. Happy to answer any questions! Best,
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    Mimo

    Learn how to code on your iPhone📱

    Andric
    AndricFounder, JUMPTHECUT · Written
    For learning new technologies efficiently (SQL, Git, Javascript, Python, iOS development, it’s all there), I highly recommend Mimo as you can learn very high-level concepts on-the-go. Sometimes, you don’t want to read high-level concepts out of context from the code. And you don’t want to jump right into coding as well. Mimo is a great middle-ground.
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    Bastien
    BastienGobelins Student & Awwwards Young Jury · Written
    Clearly yes ! That's a really good platform to learn new langages. You can use too Swifty to learn Swift, edited by the same developer (or Jaavy for Java).
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    Udacity Nanodegrees

    Industry-Recognized Credentials for Online Courses

    Saul Fleischman
    Saul Fleischman3RiteKit Founder & CEO · Written
    It's a fairly sure thing that if someone has the Android Development or Machine Learning Nanodegree, they can probably handle our internships.
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  4. Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    edX is a good source. I enrolled for a few specific business courses to learn about niche economics principles and behavioural psychology.
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  5. Bastien
    BastienGobelins Student & Awwwards Young Jury · Written
    Clearly Treehouse, a bit expensive but so complete and convenient ! That's so bad that there are no discounted or student plans.
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  6. Raghava Rao
    Raghava RaoStudent , Freshstolen · Written
    I think I'd be qualified to answer this. I've taken multiple courses from the likes of Edx and Coursera, and I think they are great in their own regard. Having said that, I recently enrolled in a SAS for Data Science course(https://www.simplilearn.com/big-...) & Machine Learning Course(https://www.simplilearn.com/big-...) from Simplilearn, and I have to say, it was fantastic! The course I enrolled in was an online live interactive classroom training, which meant that I could speak in real time to students around the world and learn from their experiences. My trainers were extremely patient and knowledgeable. Moreover, Simplilearn follows a "learn as you do" approach which basically means that I could put to use almost immediately what I had learned in my classroom. The website itself is filled with free practice tests and articles intended for just one purpose - to help you learn. The main aim of this website seems to be to aid in learning. They have free tutorials for people to learn before they enroll in a course. Thanks to this, I could catch up on the basics of data science and Python before I could take the course, which made life infinitely easier for me. When I ran into a technical problem and could attend a session, the customer executives helped me out instantaneously. I thought this was a one-time thing, but a friend of mine enrolled himself in a PMP course(https://www.simplilearn.com/pmp-...) from Simplilearn and he pretty much had the same experience. If you are looking for a great learning experience, I would definitely recommend Simplilearn.
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