Universal access to free, high-quality courses

“The future is so clearly one of universal access to free, high-quality, impeccably branded online courses that their presence can be simply assumed. The interesting questions now revolve around financing, quality assurance, and—most important—credit.”  Into the Future With MOOCs – Commentary – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Check out a new company, Degreed http://degreed.com/, which is tackling the challenge of learning credit.

About Taylor Halverson

I love learning. I love connecting. I love interdisciplinarity.
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