Free Arabic-language online courses thrive in popularity

Rahilla Zafar, Financial Times, Nov 22, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Some nice news about MOOCs working as intended. "The platform reports that it has more than 900,000 registered users with figures growing by 1,000 a day and reaches people in 22 countries in the Middle East and north Africa. The majority of students come from Egypt, Jordan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Morocco." I've seen the platform called Raaq, Edraaq, Raak, and Rawaq.

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