HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee
HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee

HKUST cooks up MOOC - an online class open to all

HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee
HKUST has linked up with education-technology company Coursera to launch a pilot scheme this summer in which students will be able to fulfil part of their graduation requirements through a distance-learning platform known as MOOCs. Photo: Dickson Lee
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