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I would definitely be interested in creating and mixing my courses together - current online classes are a drag: read the book and take a test does not mean I learn anything. I've always had a problem with the current "layout" of degree plans. Grades should be awarded to those who truly are knowledgeable of the course, or in this case (based on the article) can effectively use what is learned in one area to compliment another. I am eager to see how this new concept develops, especially if it is interactive and students have access to a "guidance counselor" of some sort that can push a student to go above and beyond the current minimal expectations.
In the coming decade, emerging technologies will thoroughly transform higher education. Although distance learning and computer-assisted education have been around since the 1960s, financial pressures...
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