Call it a “massive open cookout.” Coursera, a company that is working with more than a dozen elite universities to help them run MOOC’s, or massive open online courses, held its first official “meetup” here on Saturday for students and professors to connect in person over burgers, chips, and soda. It was a chance for even the company itself to learn more about what motivates students to take its courses, which bear no official academic credit. With some 900,000 students registered for its courses, everything the small company does seems to get big quickly.
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