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California State University is Nike Air Max Red Black And White a few steps ahead in the credit department: As soon as this summer, San Jose State and Udacity, a Mountain View based company, could open for credit math classes to all takers, at $150 each. Some 300 high school, community college and university students are in a pilot program to test the classes.
The latest e learning experiment of open access, with its explosive potential, has top universities and more than 3 million students jumping aboard. Less than a year old, the online education startup Coursera announced last week it would soon offer more than 300 courses from 62 universities around the world.
Galatolo is also interested in seeing whether the company would design an online diagnostic test and personalized refresher course for the state's incoming college students. That would keep tens of thousands of Californians from failing college placement tests and languishing in remedial classes, he said. college one of the kinds of students for whom the San Jose State pilot course is designed.
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technologists package it. Most of the grading is automated.
Most of these massive open online courses MOOCs in campus lingo have been offered with only a certificate of completion, no credit. That could soon change. This month, the American Council on Education recommended credit for four Coursera undergraduate math and science courses from Duke University, the University of Pennsylvania and UC Irvine.
But the prospect of for credit college courses on a mass scale has raised a new set of questions: How well can students learn without interacting with instructors? How much money will universities save, and will they charge students less for cheaper courses? How will complex assignments be graded? Will robots replace professors?
University of California senior Tim Barham poses for a photograph in his El Cerrito apartment on Feb. 6, 2013. Barham works almost full time at a job in San Francisco and takes an online class to help him graduate on time. (D. Can virtual professors lecturing across the globe really be sure their students grasp everything from Camus to chemistry?
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"That's what I worry about, the quality controls," said Michelle Asha Cooper, president of the Institute for Higher Education Policy.
After a full day at the Oakland Military Institute, a charter school he travels across the city to attend, Sandoval returns home, has dinner and delves into an online statistics class, watching the videos and doing the exercises at his dining room table. The number of college students enrolled in an online course rose by nearly 5 million from 2002 to 2011.
With access to cheap, for credit courses, the thinking goes, the fate of bright young students like Sandoval won't depend on what their high schools offer. Anyone with a high speed Internet connection can take a shot at college work.
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As politicians and academics debate the future of higher education, it is already happening in dorm rooms, off campus apartments and living rooms around the world.
A sobering statistic undercuts the hype: Just 10 percent of those who sign up for classes with the leading startups actually finish them. With that in mind, Udacity assigned mentors for students in its San Jose State test project. They will nudge students who seem to be falling behind.
With the urging of Gov. Jerry Brown, California's universities are rolling out similar initiatives with renewed gusto.
Garcia and a former classmate, Kelsey Harrison, described similar pressures. Still, because of the relatively small size of the class, it was easy for them to reach their College of San Mateo instructors when they needed help. That kind of communication between students and faculty is impossible in a course with thousands of students. Those courses rely on virtual study groups and crowd sourcing seeking answers from the whole universe of students.
Estela Garcia, a working mother from Menlo Park, attends class at her kitchen table after she puts her daughters to bed; Tim Barham, a UC Berkeley senior, takes statistics at home after a day at work; and Oakland teenager Sergio Sandoval studies a college course while in high school.
UC, CSU on board
At the University of California, whose campuses offer more than 2,500 online classes, leaders recently floated the idea of undergraduates taking 10 percent of their courses online. The system's outgoing president, Mark Yudof, said students everywhere should be able to use credits from online courses "from UC's own distinguished faculty" to transfer to a UC campus.
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Some experts say the rapid proliferation of online courses is bound to yield some inferior products. Cynics recently pounced on an ironic embarrassment for Coursera: Technical problems forced it to suspend its course on the fundamentals of online education.
As other students noted, Sandoval said a self paced course takes more discipline than in person classes. "Here, there is no teacher whatsoever telling me we need it done," he said. "It's all on you."
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