Microsoft's education team on Monday unveiled five massive open online courses on digital pedagogy and leadership aimed at administrators in the K-12 sector. The MOOCs, which will be offered through edX, bear Microsoft's stamp of approval but are created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan and the University of Queensland. The courses will launch in the first quarter of next year. Microsoft has over the last several weeks been active on the education front. Last month, LinkedIn -- the professional network the company acquired in 2015 -- launched its own learning platform.
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