As online education continues to make headway, these stories highlight the plans, lessons and big ideas for the future of the medium.
Two community colleges are searching for the answer.
Ten top universities in the U.S. will offer small undergraduate classes that provide the same quality as their on-campus classes.
Education experts discuss options like massively open online classes and affordable access to college.
U.S. states are collaborating on a plan to smooth out the regulation process for online universities and provide education access to students.
Courses designed around the College Level Examination Program prepare students to earn college credit.
Despite a rising need for online education leaders, not many universities offer master's programs in the field.
The University of Texas System plans to offer large online courses through the not-for-profit edX platform.
Instructors learn about this teaching model by using it.
The first Horizon Report on science, technology, engineering and math is released.
Other organizations will improve access to education by contributing their technical expertise on the online course platform.
Educators of all stripes are signing up for a massively open online course on the topic of massively open online courses. Of course.
Three working professionals talk about their rationale for taking courses with Coursera, edX and Udacity.
Universities and community colleges are looking to hire staff who can help institutions adapt successfully to the ever-changing technology landscape.
Twelve top universities jump into the 'MOOC' arena, prompting discussions about what this announcement means for the future of higher education.