[Smt-talk] Teaching for free

Donna Doyle donnadoyle at att.net
Tue Jul 2 07:48:54 PDT 2013

Yes, Nicolas, 

Online courses may be the 21st c's neighborhood schools. Someone works hard to make them happen, though, and eventually most will need remuneration (tuition a la Berklee, sidebar ads?) Free/low tuition universities are so because the people pay for them. Ain't no free lunch, even in this brave new digital world. 

Best regards,
Donna Doyle
Queens College-CUNY
Flushing, NY 11367

On Jul 2, 2013, at 3:31 AM, Nicolas Meeùs <nicolas.meeus at scarlet.be> wrote:

> Dear Victor, dear all,
> The landscape of tuition-free universities is not as deserted as one may think. See:
> https://www.coursera.org/ 
> https://www.edx.org/
> http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses
> http://www.uopeople.org/groups/tuition-free-education
> http://www.scholars4dev.com/4031/list-of-european-countries-with-tuition-freelow-tuition-universities-colleges/
> It might be wiser to join one of these project than to create a new one.
> Cordialement,
> Nicolas Meeùs
> nicolas.meeus at paris-sorbonne.fr
> http://nicolas.meeus.free.fr
> http://heinrichschenker.wordpress.com
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