Coursera

Coursera

Coursera is an online education technology company founded by Daphne Koller.

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Timeline

April 25, 2019

$103 million Series E round of funding

The round was led by Seek Group, with participation from Future Fund and NEA.

Funding rounds

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Funding type
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Funding round date
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Coursera funding round, April 2019
103,000,000
April 2019
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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Akhil Mallavarapu

Employee

Alan Ni

Employee

Allison Fink

Employee

Andrew Ng

Founder

April Pascua

Employee

Audrey Li

Employee

Becky Hu

Employee

Ben

Employee

Ben Schwab

Employee

Betty Tsan

Employee

Brandon Topping

Employee

Brice Pollock

Employee

Chris Heather

Employee

Chris Palmatier

Employee

Christopher de Sousa

Employee

Claire Smith

Employee

Daphne Koller

Founder

Darrell Gaspar

Employee

Debby Chang

Employee

Devon Bowman

Employee

Eli Bildner

Employee

Etra Caldes-Liu

Employee

Evan Hamilton

Employee

Fred Rosenzweig

Employee

Geoff Schuller

Employee

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News

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Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Devin Coldewey
July 29, 2020
TechCrunch
Years after Daphne Koller left academia to pursue its reinvention with Coursera, circumstances have conspired to return her to a passion left by the wayside. Big data, machine learning and biology are suddenly in syzygy and Koller is intent on making the most of it with her new company, Insitro -- and telling us all [...]
Steve Lohr
May 26, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The pioneering online learning networks offer hard-earned lessons for what works and what doesn't with online education.
Rob Thubron
April 27, 2020
TechSpot
As reported by Forbes, the learning platform is allowing federal, state, and local government agencies serving the unemployed free access to the courses, which normally cost $399 per year. The offer lasts until September 30, and anyone enrolled before that...
Sarah K. White
April 14, 2020
CIO
Looking to brush up on your tech skills while in quarantine? These 10 free online tech education outlets can help you advance your IT skills during the COVID-19 crisis.
Vijay Govindarajan
March 31, 2020
Harvard Business Review
Do students really need a four-year residential experience?
Vinay Umarji & Samreen Ahmad
March 18, 2020
@bsindia
ISB asks student to vacate campus; takes classroom lectures online
Terena Bell, Thor Olavsrud
March 16, 2020
CIO
Natural language processing is a branch of AI that enables computers to understand, process, and generate language just as people do -- and its use in business is rapidly growing.
Vinay Umarji
March 13, 2020
@bsindia
IIM Indores annual convocation program which was scheduled on March 24-25 has also been postponed
Neha Alawadhi & Samreen Ahmad
March 12, 2020
@bsindia
Beginning Thursday, online learning giant Coursera said it is going to provide every impacted university in the world free access to its course catalogue through Coursera for Campus until July 31
October 4, 2019
https://www.outlookindia.com/
The so-called middle jobs that require average skills are diminishing and people will have to be smarter with machines. The trick is adjusting to the way society and aconomy are panning out
Press Trust of India
October 2, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about IIM Calcutta partners with Coursera for two online certificate courses on Business Standard. IIM Calcutta joins the ranks of 170 top universities including Yale, University of Michigan, Stanford and Imperial College of London that offer programs on Coursera
Sean Gallagher
September 20, 2019
Harvard Business Review
Degrees still matter, but online programs are playing a complementary role.
Ingrid Lunden
April 25, 2019
TechCrunch
Coursera, an online learning startup that offers free and paid short courses, skills certifications and complete degrees in partnership with universities and businesses, has raised another $103 million to scale out its business into new geographies, subject areas and products -- a Series E led by a strategic investor, the Australian online recruitment and course [...]

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