Since Coursera so kindly seems to share courses it thinks I might find useful, as a CogDogBlog Snarkity Service, I have sent them an email with a few course recommendations. They seem to know very little about other open courses, and what came before (and after) them.

Some course recommendations for Coursera (click to read all the mocking details)

Some course recommendations for Coursera (click to read all the mocking details)

Also in flickr

This was constructed completely in Photoshop after gluing together some screen caps. The text in chrome seems to be all Helvetica. As much as possible, the screen captures were of the oldest relavant pages I could find for the sites.

You are welcome, Coursera.


Top / Featured image credits: cc licensed (BY-NC-SA) flickr photo by otherthings: http://flickr.com/photos/cassidy/352549326

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Comments

  1. Didn’t want to waste a whole comment on a snarky chuckle but…sorry, it this was worth it. Bahahahaha.

  2. I just received another of these Coursera emails today and then ran into this. Golden. I sure wish I stumbled into this community years earlier. Regardless, here I am.

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