"... MIT's courseware may be free, yet an MIT degree still costs upward of $189,000..."If universities can't find the will to innovate and adapt to changes in the world around them," professor David Wiley of Brigham Young University has written, "universities will be irrelevant by 2020....Today, "open content" is the biggest front of innovation in higher education. The movement that started at MIT has spread to more than 200 institutions in 32 countries that have posted courses online at the OpenCourseWare Consortium..."
How Web-Savvy Edupunks Are Transforming American Higher Education
Free learning content? Hm, where to start?