Thursday, September 18, 2008

Free Engineering Classes from... Stanford (online)

Wow! Is that the sound of a business model changing? [@Phil R: note I did NOT say 'paradigm'! LOL]


If you think education is more about learning than a piece of paper...

It's just 10 courses so far, but... (MIT has something very similar,etc. Check the "other ways" for the sick array of what's out there for free. And there are online communities to connect with if you want to make this less solitary. [@Brian Critchfield: At some point, you gotta share your Web 2.0 Thunderbird experiences...]


It's definitely a great time to be alive!!


p.s. some of you already subscribe to Lifehacker's feed and/or Lifehack.org... if not, worth a look.

Norris

Sent to you by Norris via Google Reader:

via Lifehacker by Adam Pash on 9/18/08

The Stanford Education Everywhere program offers online access to full courses in the school's engineering program—including classes in computer science and artificial intelligence. Courses include lecture videos, reading lists, handouts, quizzes, tests, and even a social network for fellow online students. Not quite your speed? Check out other ways you can get a free college education online.


1 Comments:

Blogger bcritchfield said...

Actually, Thunderbird has just launched their Knowledge Network with columnists and bloggers. I am one of the columnists. You can read all of the blogs and columns at http://www.thunderbird.edu/knowledge_network/index.htm. I think this is a great resource by a very unique school.

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