Coursera offers digital literacy courses and specializations in programming and coding for students and instructors seeking to build their digital skills.
Skills addressed:Visual Communication, Information-Seeking Behavior, Media Literacy, Evaluation
Coursera is a massive open online course provider, or MOOC, founded in 2012 by professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng at Stanford University. Coursera houses 4,200 courses, 450 specializations, and 15 certificates, with more than 60 million users. Renowned institutions and universities create the courses, and more than 2,400 companies have used Coursera for Business courses to help employees increase skills. Coursera for Campus allows universities to offer specialized courses and job training to faculty and students. Hundreds of free courses give learners access to on-demand video lectures, homework exercises, and community discussion forums. Most courses provide a certificate upon completion.
Critical & Creative Thinking
Navigating & Using Information