Massive open online course - Industry - Fee opportunities

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Fee opportunities In the freemium business model the basic product – the course content – is given away free. 'Charging for content would be a tragedy', said Andrew Ng. But 'premium' services such as certification or placement would be charged a fee – however financial aids are given in some cases. Course developers could charge licensing fees for educational institutions that use its materials. Introductory or 'gateway' courses and some remedial courses may earn the most fees. Free introductory courses may attract new students to follow on fee charging classes. Blended courses supplement MOOC material with face to face instruction. Providers can charge employers for recruiting its students. Students may be able to pay to take a proctored exam to earn transfer credit at a degree granting university, or for certificates of completion. Udemy allows teachers to sell online courses, with the course creators keeping 70–85% of the proceeds and intellectual property rights. Coursera found that students who paid $30 to $90 were substantially more likely to finish the course. The fee was ostensibly for the company's identity verification program, which confirms that they took and passed a course.

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Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge

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