Science & Technology

    Online Classes May Force Changes at Universitiesi
    X
    May 30, 2013 3:03 PM
    U.S. colleges face a "perfect storm" of problems as tuition costs soar, opportunities for graduates sag, and employers complain they cannot find enough workers with key technical skills. One solution may be found in the growing number and quality of on-line classes. As VOA’s Jim Randle reports, the digital revolution might transform universities the way the Internet has already changed music, publishing, journalism, retail, and other businesses.

    Online Classes May Force Changes at Universities

    Published May 30, 2013

    U.S. colleges face a "perfect storm" of problems as tuition costs soar, opportunities for graduates sag, and employers complain they cannot find enough workers with key technical skills. One solution may be found in the growing number and quality of on-line classes. As VOA’s Jim Randle reports, the digital revolution might transform universities the way the Internet has already changed music, publishing, journalism, retail, and other businesses.


    You May Like

    Syrian Torture Victim Recounts Horrors

    'You make them think you have surrendered' says Jalal Nofal, a doctor who was jailed and survived repeated interrogations in Syria

    Mandela’s Millions Paid to Heirs, But Who Gets His Country Home?

    Saga around $3 million estate of country's first democratic president is far from over as Winnie Mandela’s fight for home overshadows payouts

    Guess Which Beach is 'Best in the US'?

    Hawaii’s Hanauma Bay tops an annual "top 10" list compiled by a coastal scientist, also known as Doctor Beach