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Daphne Koller: What we're learning from online education
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17 March 2019, 14:13
This is amazing... People like them are really doing something to make the world better!
Edgar André Fernández García
17 March 2019, 04:44
It is a un wonderful video!!!!!
27 February 2019, 03:44
11 February 2019, 14:51
14 January 2019, 07:50
It's like watching ASMR
12 January 2019, 03:42
Just subscribed, and if you want a certificate, the course I picked up costed 40$ :(
9 December 2018, 15:11
Very goood add for 20 minutes
30 November 2018, 21:51
@DaphneKoller please let's us know what happened? with the goal "THE BEST EDUCATION FOR FREE"
22 October 2018, 10:25
Highly inspiring presentation that talks to very critical human rights issues of universal access and lifelong learning. With such initiatives the world would really be a better place to live. I will certainly visit the coursera site.
2 October 2018, 23:25
Daphne, your facts are not correct about the education in South Africa. Thought I would just let you know, so please do your research before you speak.
28 September 2018, 15:32
Dear Daphne. I found your opening comments about South Africa a powerfully complex example to motivate your argument for free online education. I have just visited a town in the Northern part of South Africa where children have to hitchhike 40 km to high school if they want to go. Most don't. There is no school bus and no money to get one. This is in the Ubuntu municipality, named after Mandela's popular phrase describing the people's benevolence towards each other. Ubuntu municipality is bankrupt and one of the most corrupt municipalities in South Africa. There is no money for a bus or a driver and so there will probably never be a school bus and only a small handful of determined kids will get to high school. Would online learning change their lives? Sure if their public schooling taught them basic computer skills and if there was access to computers and data. I recently finished teaching a digital skills workshop with students from a public school, aged 12-15 and most did not know how to google or use a printer. For online access, South Africa has some of the highest prices for data in the world. So back to your use of the powerfully emotive example of South Africa. Twenty-four years ago the ANC became the government of South Africa. The ANC now run this country and invest, or don't invest in education. It is no longer making sense to use Apartheid as the only reason for what doesn't work. The problem now lies in massive corruption and students and young learners in small towns in South Africa are losing. It will be awhile before online education can benefit them.
20 September 2018, 20:58
Dr. Koller is going to really make the machine of higher learning upset. I love these courses. Opportunities like this are an awesome blessing for the poor and intelligent community who would like to contribute to society with their gifts. Thank you for designing this.
1 September 2018, 14:14
Hey there buddy, very deadly vid that you have here. Great stuff.
Carole Copeland Thomas
11 August 2018, 18:45
A brilliant presentation by a visionary innovator. In many ways, my redesigned membership community will use this global concept to culturally connect members around the world. www dot mssconnect dot com is my launching pad for this online learning community. Thank you, Dr. Koller, for helping to make this concept possible.
18 July 2018, 12:53
Nonsense. This is not true. This is not free. They have conformed and contributed to the high cost of Education.
23 May 2018, 18:17
Thank you Coursera!Bravo!
22 May 2018, 01:48
This could become the tool of the powerful, used to indoctrinate the masses. How does one prevent this from becoming a tool of misdirection or corruption?
21 May 2018, 18:06
Thx for the opportunity to change the life!
5 May 2018, 09:16
19 April 2018, 14:52
Is all of this doable with the SCORM Framework?
Maitrayan Ghosh Roy
25 March 2018, 18:59
👍👍👍👍👍👍👍 thank u mam
SANDEEP SINGH JADAUN
25 March 2018, 09:42
12 March 2018, 00:48
my 2nd favorite professor on earth
23 February 2018, 23:49
Dring some water lady
19 January 2018, 21:23
Stop complaining that it isn't free anymore. This video was published in 2012. They need to charge people else they cannot mantain a site with countless courses.
ZAHID ALI KHAN
29 November 2017, 21:14
Coursera is the best platform to learn.
28 October 2017, 09:34
Stanford class rooms have 400 students for machine learning. Coursera provides a similar educational experience to 100,000 folks. Result is that the value of the educational experience drops to almost nothing, and the supply of entry level trained folks overwhelms the industrial need. So industry hires the 400 students from Stanford, then to fill the 400 more openings they have, the ask for x years of experience, and complains about the lack of experienced engineers in machine learning and the need to bring the top folks from all around the world to work the jobs here. If the role of universities were to provide education, then competition would have prevented the huge inflation in the cost of a university education in recent years. But really, the function is to filter out some folks from the best jobs. Since competition is greater, the value of getting through the filter is high. I would think that at some point, some company will stop hiring university educated, will go heavy into broadly hiring, providing training, and firing low performers. But the name of that company is not going to be Apple, Microsoft, Google, or Facebook.
28 September 2017, 12:53
The adrenaline of speaking in front of many people weights in but the speech is great. Coursera, Khan Academy and many more platforms or free courses from universities are making the difference for many students now. Raspberry Pi's technology also helps people to get affordable technology to connect them with online education. On the other side learning distribution systems like Ayris (https://goayris.com/) are changing the small and mid-sized companies learning environments. It's amazing where things are going! We need more people constantly engaged in education!
27 August 2017, 19:54
She is just amazing....
6 July 2017, 18:54
4 June 2017, 13:55
coursera not free anymore
17 May 2017, 18:04
Coursera really helped me when I was learning web development. I have since switched careers.
9 May 2017, 17:34
So admirable, what people like you do!
17 March 2017, 08:48
Daphne, a quick note on (13:59): by the time when you gave the talk, Czechoslovakia had ceased existing for about 20 years. Just to remind you of fluidity of the world's political geography when you mention those students in Eastern Europe flocking to Coursera like it's their last resort.
17 March 2017, 05:58
I am not new to online courses but a big thanks for the lecture explaining the details of Coursera usage. I'd suggest that the speaker now focus on breathing exercises to help her deliver her speeches more smoothly.
12 March 2017, 01:22
What does this mean for MOOCs?
12 March 2017, 01:21
Are MOOCs still a viable option?
9 March 2017, 15:10
Thank You Daphne Koller. I am infatuated with your scope and vision. I just enrolled in Music Theory from Coursera, sponsored by the University of Edinburgh.
Maria Teresa Campuzano Carrillo
6 March 2017, 06:01
Daphne Kollner habla acerca de la accesibilidad a la educación de alta calidad, poniendo como ejemplo Sudáfrica y las mejores universidades de Estados Unidos, por distintas razones ennumerables a algunas personas no les es posible acceder a una educación de calidad lo que representa un número pequeño de personas a las que sí. Así que surge la idea de tomar las mejores clases de los mejores profesores de las mejores Instituciones y reproducirlas en línea, gratuitamente, con la idea de con esto llegar significativamente a más personas que con el método tradicional dentro de un aula.Han encontrado que la diferencia entre la plataforma que ofrece y la educación por internet que ha existido desde tiempo atrás es que tiene tiempos determinados específicos, semejantes a un calendario escolarizado, con pruebas, clases y término específico, lo que disminuye la postergación, la cual es un fenómeno global. La individualización de los cursos y la entrega de certificados con valor real. La incoporaicón de cursos en línea da cabida a la innovación educativa, pertinente con el plan de mejora, el uso y aprovechamiento de las TICS permite el aprendizaje dinámico, actualizado y novedoso.Los docentes deben de reflexionar y utilizar las herramientas que tienen a su alcance y sobre todo, asumir que hoy en día se trabaja en una red de aprendizaje, lo cual da cabida a la colaboración y retroalimentación educativa.
1 March 2017, 22:01
why are you making "audit only" so hard to find
16 February 2017, 11:09
As someone whom works a lot in a variety of jobs, online learning is so helpful I have zero time to go to a school, but I can study at night after work. I have taken several fantastic certificate and non certificate courses through MOOC. But some of the courses do have a fee thus it is not completely universally accessible, scholarships are available. ie. The business courses are approx. $105 which could be too much for some people, perhaps they should all be free and funded by philanthropy. I personally think post secondary schooling should very accessible thus free covered by gov't and private donors, as is done in Germany. There are multiple benefits to the greater public good via having free education for everyone.
12 February 2017, 05:16
everytime she takes a breath it's kind of annoying... i cringe... idk y
13 January 2017, 08:09
17 December 2016, 19:56
After 4 years we all know how this ended up. Free content is hidden and restricted. Widely accessible free content is gone.
Kaung Nyunt San
16 December 2016, 17:05
thanks you coursera, u course mean a lot to me.i always grateful for that!
12 October 2016, 09:29
What an incredibly interesting, inspiring and motivating video on the revolution of education. Watching this brings so much hope for so many people around the world. Thank you!
10 October 2016, 11:51
i deeply respect the system of 'coursera' ; personalized learning, giving the right to take classes that can ignite people's creativity and peer learning etc. But i have one question, if people don't have computers or smartphone, is there no opportunity to access the great 'coursera'?So still, there are poeple who don't have the opportunity to make their lives better and change their familly and their countries. we should think about that point!!!!!
15 September 2016, 06:38
mam..you are awesome..And thanks to you and Andrew Sir that we can learn from the best teachers from all over the world..:)
Juan Pablo Prado Otero
2 August 2016, 21:45
Now coursera is not more for free but we can study
Somos Todos Cúmplices
17 July 2016, 07:04