college credit

See the following -

Open Access To Public MOOCs

Gary Jason | American Thinker | June 8, 2013

A couple of recent articles on the use of MOOCs (massive open online courses) in California colleges and universities raise an interesting ethical question -- one that hasn't attracted much attention, but certainly merits it.  The issue I have in mind concerns the ownership and control of access to MOOCs produced at publicly funded universities. Read More »

Udacity's Sebastian Thrun, Godfather Of Free Online Education, Changes Course

Max Chafkin | Fast Company | November 14, 2013

[...] It begins with a celebrated Stanford University academic who decides that he isn't doing enough to educate his students. The Professor is a star, regularly packing 200 students into lecture halls, and yet he begins to feel empty. What are 200 students in an age when billions of people around the world are connected to the Internet? Read More »