As connection speeds increase and the ubiquity of the Web pervades,free education has never been so accessible. An Internet connectiongives lifelong learners the tools to becomeautodidacts, eschewing exorbitant tuition and joining the ranks of otherself-taught great thinkers in history such as Albert Einstein, AlexanderGraham Bell, Paul Allen and Ernest Hemingway.We can be learning all the time now, whenever we want, and wherever
we want. And because of that, we‟re seeing explosive growth in online
red several companies and organizations in thepast year that are disrupting the online education space including OpenYale, Open Culture, Khan Academy, Academic Earth, P2PU, Skillshare,
Scitable and Skype in the Classroom. Now that we‟ve reached the end o
2011, it‟s time to look back at our previous posts and remind ourselveshow far we‟ve come and catch up on all that‟s happened.
InsiderHow the Internet is Revolutionizing Education
This was our seminal piece on online education, which includesinterviews with UC Berkeley professors and CEOs and Founders of