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Online Learning Essays from the New Yorker & Atlantic

The Atlantic and the New Yorker seem to be very interested in higher education. Here are some interesting articles: Laptop U. (The New Yorker) Will MOOCs Be Flukes? (The New Yorker) Why For-Profit Education Fails (The Atlantic) What’s The Real Value of Higher...

Five Different Types of Online Learners

I’m fleshing out my thoughts on the different types of people who pursue online learning. Career climbers.  As the name implies, these folks pursue online education to accelerate their careers. Although they may be interested in a credential, they are at least...

The Most Notable eLearning Companies

This post is a work in progress. My aim to list all notable online learning companies. Udacity. A unicorn that aims to be the best platform for jobseekers to get promotions. Lynda. The elearning elephant bought by LinkedIn for $1.5B. Udemy. Aims to be the YouTube of...

Why I’m Fascinated With eLearning

I have a 10-year interest in eLearning, and here’s why: The cost of education has skyrocketed precisely as the cost of learning something has plummeted due to technology, and I hate that traditional schools have been oblivious to this. eLearning holds the...