Identify the top competitors in the e-learning/e-course space for middle school and high school students. Competitors may include but are not limited to: ones that offer e-learning/courses for a classroom setting, ones that offer e-learning/courses for individual use, etc.
For each competitor identified, an indication astowhether they offer courses in the following areas: financial literacy, leadership, mental wellness, civic responsibility.
When a competitor does offer courses in any of the above-listed areas, the course length and price will also be included, as well as a note as to the format of the course (i.e. classroom, individual, etc.).
In addition to noting the above details for the top competitors located, the same points will be provided for MasterClass, Coursera, LinkedIn e-courses, Google e-courses, and eDynamic Learning.
The overall goal of each of the above points is to better understand the competitive landscape of the e-learning/e-course market in order to effectively price similar products.
Coursera offers courses in the financial literacy, mental wellness, leadership, and civic responsibility/ethics. Details for Coursera can be found in row 4 of the attached spreadsheet.
Initial research was not carried out for Google specifically because of numerous possible search results. Google has a partnership with Udacity where they offer e-courses about Android, web, FirebaseAnalytics, Deep Learning, VR, Tech Entrepreneurship, etc.
Google also offers online courses via their "Digital Garage" site, where they have e-courses related to data and tech, digital marketing, and career development.
Thirdly, Google has another partnership with Coursera where they have e-courses related to system administration, IT security, tech support, computer networking, and operating systems.
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