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+Hi, I'm Arnold from
+Manila in the Philippines.
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+And I'm first got
+into MOOCs because I
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+wanted to learn some
+college-level math--
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+specifically probability, linear
+algebra, calculus, statistics,
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+that kind of thing.
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+It's true that a MOOC
+class can't replace
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+a class in a real
+college, but in my case
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+I already have a
+college education
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+and I'm actually using MOOCs
+to fill in the gaps left behind
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+by my very qualitative degree
+in the social sciences.
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+Along the way, I discovered
+IHDS, which looked interesting,
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+and it was interesting.
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+It was basic enough for
+me to be able to learn
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+a little bit about
+computers and the internet,
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+and it was actually
+interesting enough
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+for me to want to take a
+course in programming Python
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+afterwards.
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+That was six months ago.
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+In a span of six months, I
+think I've come pretty far.
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+I've learned enough to be
+able to attend my local Python
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+conference and be able to
+follow along with what everyone
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+was talking about.
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+These are all computer science
+graduates are professionals,
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+and I consider it an achievement
+that in the span of six months
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+I could go there and be
+able to mix with the crowd.
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+MOOCs to me are an investment.
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+I'm taking a lot of them right
+now, math and computer science
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+and programming.
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+I actually left my job two
+months ago to focus on MOOCs,
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+and that's because
+it's actually hoping
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+to make a little bit
+of a career change.
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+Well, more of a shift
+in career trajectory
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+towards more quantitatively
+oriented side of things.
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+I actually hope to work
+in the development sector.
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+I admire the work of
+organizations like the Abdul
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+Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab,
+those randomized control trials
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+in developing countries to see
+the impact of social programs.
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+And I think it's fair to say
+that without MOOCs I wouldn't
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+have had the opportunity
+to learn to kind
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+of quantitative skills
+I need to even consider
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+working in a setting like that.
+
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+So that's my story.
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