W3Cx celebrates enrollment of over 400k students in their MOOCs
|Christian Hargrave in HTML5 Wednesday, April 26, 2017|
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announces that it has exceeded its enrollment goals with nearly 400,000 students.
“The success of the W3Cx training programs underscores W3C’s commitment to creating high quality courses that specifically help Web developers to acquire or increase their skills,” said Dr. Jeff Jaffe, W3C CEO. “The impact that these W3Cx educational courses have had upon so many people’s lives around the globe, and the doors they open for new and better jobs, is extremely satisfying to see.”
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"Designed by industry leaders and authoritative organizations such as W3C, Professional Certificates help learners to develop the critical skills and actionable knowledge needed for today’s top jobs, and to develop the proficiency and expertise that employers are looking for,” said Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX and MIT professor. “The W3Cx Professional Certificate program provides a flexible and affordable way for learners all over the world to launch or advance a career in the in-demand field of web development. At edX, we believe that the W3Cx certificates will allow anyone to advance their Front-End Web development skill-sets and careers."
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