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The Import-Export Paradigm for High-Quality College Courses: An Answer to Tuition's Through-the-Roof Cost Spiral?

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1 Author(s)
Ruth, S. ; George Mason University

Three new free Stanford online courses drew 300,000 applicants in the fall semester of 2011. Might very high-quality courses with the best streaming lectures, student aids, exams, quizzes, mentoring, and so on facilitate an import export approach to e-learning? Here, the author examines a significant and increasingly troubling problem - the university structure's inability to achieve unit cost reductions through e-learning interventions.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 2 )