In the Fall of 2012, Two Stanford professors began their quest to change the face of higher education. Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig developed an online version of thier famous
What can we take away from this experiment? Obviously the creators think that it is the greatest thing since sliced bread, but is this really the case? I feel that online education is a vast improvement over the traditional model. It provides students with freedom to work when, where, and how fast they choose. While this may be a problem for some students, I would argue that they are not prepared for higher education regardless of the setup.