Is Harvard and MIT’s $60M Investment in Online Ed Good or Bad News for Paid Content?

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced this week that each school would be investing $30 million (yep, that’s $60 million
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced this week that each school would be investing $30 million (yep, that's $60 million total) in creating free online education courses.As some of you may know, online education sites like Lynda.com and ArtistWorks.com are some of the hottest paid content niches out there. So competition from universities willing to provide educational content free of charge may give subscription site professionals reason to pause.On the one…...

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