Coursera: Top online courses

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By Coursera

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-12-10
  • Current Version: 2.7.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.15 MB
  • Developer: Coursera
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 46,091 Ratings

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Coursera: Top online courses for PC Description

Learn on the go with Coursera for iOS. Access free and paid courses, Specializations, and degrees developed by experts from Stanford, Penn, Google, Autodesk, and 150+ others. App features: • Access our full catalog: Choose from 2,600+ courses in 11+ topics • Take control of your downtime: Stream video lectures from anywhere, or download them for offline viewing. • Always pick up where you left off: Your course, assignment, and project progress is saved in the app and on the web. • Be part of a community: Connect with a mentor, interact with other learners, or post questions for your instructor. • Learn in dozens of languages: Courses taught in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, and more. Subtitles and interactive transcripts help you follow videos. • Earn shareable Certificates: Easily share your achievements with employers, colleagues, and friends. Popular topics: 11+ topics to help you advance your career, get your dream job, master new skills, or explore new hobbies. • Art: Design, Photography, Music, and Creative Writing • Business: Accounting, Marketing and Entrepreneurship • Computer Science: Programming, Mobile and Web Development and Cyber Security • Data Science: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Statistics, Probability and Data • Personal Development: Leadership, Negotiation and Public Speaking • Sciences: Robotics, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Medicine • ...and hundreds more! Earn a Certificate: Coursera offers affordable learning with free and paid options. Free courses include video lectures and reading materials. Paid courses unlock quizzes and projects that test your skills and award you a Certificate. • Single courses from $29–$99 • Multi-course Specialization subscriptions from $39–$79 per month • Degrees from $15,000–$25,000 Recurring payments for multi-course specializations will occur through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless you cancel your account at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription. You can manage your subscription, cancel anytime, or turn off auto-renewal by accessing your iTunes account. For the full terms of use, visit https://www.coursera.org/about/terms.

Reviews

  • There are bugs somewhere

    3
    By ljwinkler
    Taking a second course, I’ve discovered a need which seems missing. There doesn’t seem to be a way to edit one’s forum entry. ————— prior review ———- I've only taken one course on Coursera so I have only narrow experience. The experience I have though is somewhat negative, but I don't know if the problems lie with the app, or the setup and programming on the back end. First experience and consequences. As I watched course videos, many times the system did not recognize that I had watched the video, though I had, and had done so many times in hope that a check mark would appear indicating I had completed this step in the course. The result was assignments were marked as overdue. Second experience. Mini-tests were given, but some items required free form input, but app did not display the iPad keyboard, which meant the question was not answered. Third experience. Multi-choice items sometimes were rendered as radio button rather than checkboxes, allowing only one choice instead of multiple.
  • Latest update broke the app

    1
    By s.i.x.o.
    The latest update crashes every time I launch Coursera. Can’t watch my lectures on the train anymore!! I tried deleting and reinstalling and that didn’t work!
  • Audio

    4
    By 76yms19
    Audio is low .. should be more clear and loud
  • Syncing is a pain!

    1
    By A Coursera fan
    I like the app in some ways, but I am leaving a one star review, hoping they look into this problem and fix it! Syncing should be a trivial feature, not a painful as it is! I often use the app offline. I want my advancement in a course material to be transfered to my account when I go online, but that doesn't happen. There is no button to use to sync after connecting to internet. It is suppsed to happen automatically, but in my case it does NOT happen! I could figure out how to enforce it in an earlier version, but that doesn't work now. There are other problems with this app. I can see a chekmark next to quiz that I completed on a computer. So the app has received the info from the cloud. It even shows my passing grade in the grade tab area, and still shows the quiz is overdue!!!
  • Too many bugs and inconsistencies

    2
    By PodcastAfficionado917
    Hard to reconcile online data with app. App doesn’t keep track on where you were before when you come back after some time. Asks for verification lots of times when setting up. There is a feeling that data can disappear - and does - at any time. All that said, when it works, it is nice. It’s just too buggy and inconsistent.
  • Rip off

    1
    By RAlb1234
    I registered for one Coursera specialization. Even though I no longer use it, and have cancelled it, I am still paying for it. I am glad at least the specialization I bought is the least expensive specialization. This is a terrific service but the payment model is gimmicky. I should not have to pay three months when I am not even going to log on for two months.
  • Thanks!

    5
    By Light(Yagami)
    I really am grateful for this app; I’ve taken 2 courses, seen one to completion. It works if you work it, right ? Really good place to start.
  • Awesome Operations Management Course

    5
    By ViberDude
    This course is a comprehensive operations management course, even for experienced managers.
  • Love the app

    5
    By Ramhigh
    The resources are professional, organized, and a step above any other education site.
  • Java Programming

    5
    By MaceKelly
    I have some experience in programming, 20 years. My first experience with Java was around 1998 or 200, when it was in its first releases, when I was using object Pascal, so I avoided Java, as I did not need the write once play anywhere (that has the run time Java). I tried it again this week, 2018, nearly 20 years later, and immediately droped the course. I had to skip ahead several lessons to get into packages and source code management. For me, Java is still a mess. A principle I learned long ago is that the package that promises everything, doesn't. Simple, efficient and direct is best for robust software engineering. I am going back to Ada.

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