It's clear that with innovative online education programs like these, more people globally are exposed to high-quality, career
Before you guys get crazy at Electric Zoo this weekend, take a hot second to check out a Huffington Post exclusive. EDX just
MIT professor Anant Agarwal explains how his non-profit online university edX is using technology to provide refugees education for free
Anant Agarwal, MIT Professor and CEO of edX, explains why he believes using new technology is the key to providing affordable higher education for everyone.
Morgan Richards, a 31-year-old mother of three, is a trendsetter in her pursuit of a university degree.
The exorbitant cost of higher education is a recurrent topic of conversation, concern, and discontent these days. Against that backdrop, an announcement from edX and Arizona State University caught my attention last week.
There has been lots of talk the past few years about the coming "disruption" in higher education. Technology, critics suggest, will present traditional colleges and universities with daunting challenges. Some have estimated that half will be forced to close their doors in the next 15 years.
Stepping back, what are we learning? We see that the emerging 21st-century model of higher education is an inversion of the 20th-century model in that it places the learner in the driver's seat of personal, relational, and institutional renewal.