edX pledges to help continue to educate everyone, everywhere through the offering of high quality, affordable, and accessible educational programs. Through our platform, edX will ensure the continuity of learning during these unprecedented times for both individuals and institutions, alike.
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Established : 2012
Education and COVID-19 Response
During these times and through the future, our most successful educators will be dual-modal, mastering instruction both in-person and online. Recently edX produced a free course entitled How to Learn Online taught by our VP of Learning, Dr. Nina Huntemann. This course offers learners proven best practices to optimizing their learning experiences online and also provides great insights to online educators into the learning process of their students. edX is also producing an introductory course on teaching online as well as a free webinar series for educators seeking best practices on teaching online. The first installment of this webinar series already has 1,000 registrations. The edX platform offers the following courses: Pivoting to Online Teaching (University of Texas) and Foundations for Excellence in Teaching Online (ASU). With each of these courses, edX has the ability to help empower and skill teachers during this pandemic and beyond.
Launched by MIT and Harvard in 2012, edX is the leading nonprofit, open-source, digital education platform and online learning destination in the world. Currently, edX offers over 3,000 courses from 140+ leading institutional partners to over 30 million registered learners from all 196 countries around the world.
Our mission is to educate everyone, everywhere by offering high-quality, affordable and accessible learning opportunities on a global scale. During this pandemic, edX has utilized its platform and content to ensure the continuity of learning for millions of learners. Additionally, through edX’s newly created Online Campus, higher educational institutions will be able to leverage our content for their own students and strengthen their online and blended learning strategies during this pandemic and afterward.