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You can now access recordings from the Coursera Virtual Conference by clicking the “Watch Video” links below.
In an effort to support your institutions during the COVID-19 crisis, our teams have put together a collection of other resources to help you address the challenges you may be facing, which you can access below as well.
Welcome Remarks from Daphne Koller, Coursera Co-Founder
[Watch Video] Coursera’s co-founder, Daphne Koller, sets the stage for Coursera’s first-ever Coursera Virtual Conference with opening remarks to a global audience of more than 3,200. As she traverses the eight remarkable years since Coursera’s founding, she provides compelling evidence of why high-quality online learning is more important than ever, noting the challenges that both learners and learning providers are facing today as the world continues to wrestle with the COVID-19 crisis. In sharing a favorite inspirational student story, Daphne introduces a theme that will remain central throughout the conference experience, that in working with our partners, we can help deserving individuals “get access to a great educational experience, and have a chance at a better life.”
Coursera Keynote from Jeff Maggioncalda, Coursera CEO
[Watch Video] During his keynote address, “The Digital Transformation of Higher Education: COVID-19 and Beyond,” Coursera CEO, Jeff Maggioncalda, discusses how major institutions—universities, companies, and governments—are collaborating and innovating on Coursera to serve learners around the world during a global pandemic.
Coursera for Campus: Supporting Universities Around the World During the COVID-19 Crisis
[Watch Video] Watch as Matthew Rascoff, Simone Buitendijk, and Dr. Rupamanjari Ghosh engage in a lively panel discussion covering the Coursera for Campus Coronavirus Response Initiative, and the ways institutions are innovating and adapting to address challenges imposed by by the current crisis. Moderated by Coursera’s Chief Enterprise Office Leah Belsky.
Coursera Product Innovations
[Watch Video] Coursera’s Chief Product Officer, Shravan Goli, and the Product leadership team, Emily Glassberg Sands, Ken Sun, and Namit Yadav, provide an overview of Coursera’s recent product innovations, some unveiled for the first time. Learn how you can leverage the power of the Coursera platform to improve and accelerate teaching and learning at scale at your institution.
The New Reality and Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education
[Watch Video] Hear from Coursera CEO, Jeff Maggioncalda, and a panel of experts as they explore and debate how COVID-19 is impacting higher education, how this new “normal” may change attitudes about online education, and what the future holds for both learners and learning providers.
Closing Remarks from Andrew Ng, Coursera Co-Founder
[Watch Video] Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng closes out Coursera’s first-ever Coursera Virtual Conference on a note of optimism, observing that, as higher education faces a “fork in the road,” we have an unprecedented opportunity to “rethink how we can help the world.” Andrew envisions a future in which “your education doesn’t need a passport,” and makes clear that through the strength of our partnerships, this goal is eminently attainable.
Become a Project Instructor
Share your expertise with millions of learners on Coursera. Access an instructor community and support team that will give you all the tools and resources needed to create a high-quality project. Learn more.
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Moving Online: What You Can Implement Now
Get actionable guidance on how you can quickly and easily move your on-campus courses online using live and asynchronous tools. Learn more.
Home Video Production Toolkit
Read this step-by-step guide that walks you through how to transform a pantry, walk-in-closet, or spare bedroom into a suitable location for shooting video lectures at home. Learn more.