However, Mike Feerick, of the Alison platform - who participated last week, like Musharraf at the WISE meeting - believes that everything will change, that "a new era dominated by informal and immediate learning." Its platform (which is declared a social company) adds content from third parties and offers them in the format of courses, for example, computer science with materials of different companies of the sector or English of the British Council.
As with MOOCs, you have to pay something if you want to have a certificate at the end. With headquarters in Ireland, they already have 500 courses and more than two million students worldwide. And the next step, says Feerick, is to start offering training in Spanish... read more.