This resource was updated on 8th March 2017
MOOC providers often award certificates on completion of a course on the condition that certain criteria have been met. There are usually different certificate options, some of which are free of charge and others which incur a relatively small fee, and may offer identity verification. This information can usually be found on the course description page. With most MOOC providers, obtaining a certificate is optional. Currently and in most cases, obtaining a MOOC certificate does not entitle you to college credit.
MoocLab’s guide to the certificates offered by the main MOOC providers.
Coursera | edX | Udacity | FutureLearn | Alison | iversity | NovoEd | Open2Study | Canvas Network | Saylor Academy | Stanford Online | OpenUpEd
A Course Certificate on Coursera is a digital document issued by...
Guide The Ultimate Guide to MOOC Certificates
An in-depth guide to the certificates offered by the main MOOC providers