This is also possible for much of K-12 education! From the NCPA:
The college landscape is beginning to change as many universities begin shifting to online classrooms to teach students, says USA Today.
- Many universities are experimenting with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to teach students.
- Each MOOC offers a series of short video segments recorded by an instructor and followed by a quiz.
- Students can ask and answer questions on online message boards and meet up with people online to study.
- Upon completion of a MOOC, students can receive a certificate of proof that they completed the course.
- MOOCs have proven to ignite an interest, as more than 160,000 people signed up to take a free artificial intelligence class offered by Stanford professor Sebastian Thrun.