Category Archives: MOOCs

TU Eindhoven’s new Data Science MOOC

TU Eindhoven’s new Data Science MOOC, Introduction to Process Mining with ProM, starts on 10 July. The EDSA-endorsed MOOC, Introduction to Process Mining with ProM, is now open for registration on FutureLearn. Led by Joos Buijs, assistant professor at the Data Science Center, Eindhoven University of Technology, this free online course will give you an overview […]

Smart Cities: New MOOC launched by the Open University

The Open University has just launched the FutureLearn MOOC Smart Cities. This free online course will help learners navigate their own path through the complex landscape of smart cities. Learners will hear from smart city innovators and entrepreneurs, city leaders, communities and business, connecting with learners from around the world to reflect on issues facing smart cities […]

Enrol EDSA’s MOOC on Process Mining

The European Data Science Academy are due to launch the next course on the FutureLearn platform: Processing Mining with ProM on July 11th 2016. The course utilises the free and open source process mining framework (ProM) to analyse, visualise and manage a range of business processes. Process mining is a new and exciting field which […]

EDSA Announces New FutureLearn MOOC

The EDSA project are proud to announce that we have now launched the MOOC “Introduction to Linked Data and the Semantic Web”. Offered by the University of Southampton, the topic is becoming increasingly popular within the data science community. On this course you will learn the basics of Linked Data and the Semantic Web – exploring […]

EDSA Massive Open Online Course: “Process Mining: Data science in Action”

On April 1st 2015 the MOOC of Process Mining starts. Over 42.000 participants joined the first session of this course. Visit https://www.coursera.org/course/procmin for more information and to register for this 6 week course. Data science is the profession of the future, because organizations that are unable to use (big) data in a smart way will not […]