Enterprise offering now includes private authoring of Guided Projects, courses, and assessments
The pandemic has accelerated the rate of digital transformation among institutions, creating an urgent need to support skills development in new ways. With face-to-face training not possible in the current environment, institutions are using online learning to prepare for a digital future. The shift is at the heart of growing demand for Coursera’s Guided Projects, which offer hands-on learning experiences for job-relevant skills across data science, technology, and business. Starting today, the company is expanding its enterprise offerings to include private authoring of Guided Projects.
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With over one million enrollments since launching in April this year, Guided Projects are the fastest-growing product offering on Coursera. From today, businesses, campuses and governments worldwide can leverage Coursera’s world-class private authoring tool to create their own Guided Projects, courses, and assessments. These enable organizations to become educators, elevating subject matter experts to support institutional knowledge sharing. Organisations such as Hertz are using authoring tools to develop Guided Projects in areas like IT, SaaS management, data visualization and software onboarding.
Organizations can create their own Guided Projects using Coursera’s authoring tools
Guided Projects advance the online learning experience by enabling immediate application of skills. According to the “Forgetting Curve” study, we forget about 75% of new information after just six days if we don’t apply it. Guided Projects address this challenge by using step-by-step guidance and a virtual cloud workspace to apply skills to real-world environments. Individuals and institutions around the world are benefiting from hands-on learning experiences.
Guided project enrollments around the world, August 2020
By accessing Guided Projects through the Coursera for Campus offering, students are learning to apply job-relevant skills in work environments.
“As a master’s degree student, Guided Projects have been incredibly valuable in helping me gain practical technology and business skills that I can apply to my studies. I am interested in designing my own product, so being able to learn skills like product management, Python, and HTML in a virtual way has been very helpful.” — Hagigat Hasanova, Estonia
Organizations like Nokia use Guided Projects to drive continuous reskilling across teams, benefiting from their accessibility in a virtual cloud workspace and how quick they are to complete.
“At Nokia, we use Guided Projects as part of our curriculum to equip global data science teams with the skills they need to adapt to the workforce of the future – one that’s fast paced and has a culture of sensing and reacting constantly. We are delighted with them so far. They provide the perfect learning transition from “I understand” to “I can do,” in a wide range of valuable, job-relevant skills.” — Steve Tadeo, Data Science and Analytics Specialist at Nokia
For more information about Coursera and Guided Projects, visit https://www.coursera.org/