I notice my recently viewed courses have an impact, so will look to alter this:
First, I am switching my profile and learning plan to a nurse in the healthcare industry:
…courses that others identifying themselves as nurses now appear…
Notably, the first is “nursing informatics” – could this be another example of information technology dominating results?
I view some courses related to ‘Everyday Parenting’, ‘Mindfulness’, ‘Well-Being’ and ‘Buddhism and Modern Psychology’ and ‘Social Psychology’.
Below some more computer science/information technology degree recommendations…
There are some courses displayed on ‘Personal Development’. Many are not particularly related to the areas I specified, however it is a rare opportunity to see recommended courses that are not computer science or information technology.
My explorations seem to again show a privilege towards computer science subjects – again, not surprising given the background of the founders.
However, this limited focus does seem slightly at odds with Coursera’s own slogan:
‘We envision a world where anyone, anywhere can transform their life by accessing the world’s best learning experience.’