In this correspondence (posted with permission), Ray Kurzweil and MIT president L. Rafael Reif discuss the future of online education and its impacts on residential education. Also see the three related posts today (below). — Ed.
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"A recent study from NortonLive reveals that 1/3 of college students find technology issues to be among their top three stressors (even more so than financial issues or studying for finals). With 73% of college students reporting that a malfunctioning device would negatively affect their grades, the important role of technology in college life becomes evident."
"Minnesotans, rest assured: Your state government believes you are entitled to free online higher education. This had been a point of controversy until, well, a few minutes ago. In an earlier post this afternoon, I noted that the free online education provider Coursera had added a proviso to its terms of service that Minnesotans should not take any of its free university courses, or at least that they should do the majority of the work in said courses in another state. Why was this state suddenly taking a stand against the online education tide?"
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