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How EdX Plans to Earn, and Share, Revenue From Free Online Courses | Steve Kolowich - The Chronicle of Higher Education

How can a nonprofit organization that gives away courses bring in enough revenue to at least cover its costs?

That's the dilemma facing edX, a project led by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that is bringing in a growing number of high-profile university partners to offer massive open online courses, or MOOCs.


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, February 22, 2013 4:26 PM

edX uses two slightly different models to obtain financial compensations from the universities that use the edX platform. In both models, those universities only make money themselves once the total income for a course has passedthe $50k threshold. But after that, they obtain a sizeable share of 50 to 70%. Parenthetically, this is much more than either Coursera or Udactity shares back, but they don't impose a threshold. 

 

The rub is of course where the money comes from in the first place, which still isn't clear. Deals with outside companies, such as publishers or companies offering proctored exams are an options which are mentioned, but no experience has been gained yet. It looks, therefore, as if this is a classical case of selling the pelt before you've shot the bear, as the Dutch expression goes. (@pbsloep)