After our summer meetups in the Biergarten we'll return for the autumn and winter to Cafe Puck.
There will be no formal presentations but a nice get-together with people interested in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Everyone is welcome to join us, exchange their ideas and their creativitiy!
As always there will be a table reserved for us. Look out for the placard "Coursera & Udacity Meetup" or ask for "Udacity" at the reception.
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I have a really interesting follow-up on our discussion yesterday as Udacity just announced their first payed course. From what I understand you can watch it for free but it will cost[masked]$/month to enroll, which has the benefit of getting a certificate and having access to a tutor.Course: https://www.udacity.com/course/ud617Announcement: http://blog.udacity.com/2013/11/sebastian-thrun-launching-our-data.html
0 · November 15, 2013
Hello everyone, I am pleased to tell you that spontaneously the Bayrischer Rundfunk yet again asked us to join us for our meetup to take a few shots for their documentary. So we are becoming famous ;)
0 · November 13, 2013
Hey everyone,looking forward to seeing you tomorrow evening at our Monthly Stammtisch at Cafe Puck.As always there is a table reserved on the name "Udacity".Regards,Simon
Sorry, bin in Kitzingen auf Training
0 · November 9, 2013
In China :( cu all next time
0 · October 12, 2013
Hey guys,something new on the topic of online courses. Just found this website offering courses especially in the field of economics: http://mruniversity.com/
It is organized by one of the most influencial economists of this decade: Tyler Cowen.There is also an article about his point of view of jobs in the future, but only in German: http://www.zeit.de/wirtschaft/2013-10/usa-fortschritt-arbeitsmarkt-armutIn this article he also talks about the possibilities and potentials of online learning.
1 · October 12, 2013
There will be no formal presentations but a nice get-together with people interested in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
You can organize Munich study groups on particular classes, ask for help on the classes you are taking, talk about the next meetup and pretty much anything else.
Everyone is welcome to join us, exchange their ideas and their creativitiy!
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