IBL Newsletter #5 about Open edX Adoption | May 2018: Jupyter Notebooks, Harvard, Microsoft, edX Inc…

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MAY 2018 – NEWSLETTER #5

Software

• edX released the Hawthorn beta version of the Open edX platform

• GW and IBL open-sourced an XBlock to add graded problems based on Jupyter Notebooks

 An Open edX XBlock to load content from a Jupyter Notebook

• Harvard and Microsoft test adaptive learning for the Open edX platform

Strategy

• These are some of the of most innovative sessions at the 2018 Open edX Conference

• Exponential growth on adoption of Open edX websites and courses

• “The growth of Open edX is strong, multi-vectored, and accelerating,” says author and edX engineer John Mark Walker

• edX’s code is 90 % open source and 10 % proprietary

• The Open edX Platform will adapt this month to European Data Protection Regulation

• MOOCs become a big business

Courses

• Microsoft launched on edX.org an ethics course for artificial intelligence developers, Ethics and Law in Data and Analytics.

• Producing one hour of learning content requires over 100 hours and costs $18K

• Redis Labs launched an introductory course on an Open edX platform

edX Inc.

• EdX.org will offer fewer courses for free

• Two Colombian universities join edX – edX revenues & expenses


IBL Newsletter about Open edX is a topic-curated, monthly report compiled by Michael Amigot, Founder at IBL Education, a New York City-based company that builds data-driven learning ecosystems and courses with Open edX. If you enjoy what you read please consider forwarding it to spread the word. Click here to subscribe.

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