Media

(Audio) The Prior Learning Pathway to a Credential | The Evolllution
(Audio) Interview with Lindsay Murphy of the Saylor Foundation | Degree of Freedom
(Video) Why Open Education Matters | Blink Tower
(Video) Open Education Matters: Why is it important to share content? | Nadia Mireles / Funktionell
(Graphic) The Open Textbook Challenge | OnlineColleges.net

Articles

2014 September | Inside Higher Ed
ACE will create a pool of 100 low-cost courses, some from non-college providers

2014 November | NJ.com
Partnership allows students to transfer credits to Thomas Edison State College with no tuition

2014 April | The EvoLLLution
Three Ways to Cut the Cost of Higher Education for Adults

2014 February | eCampus News
Open, free, and for college credit

2014 February | NJ.com
Thomas Edison State College offers flexible, online associate degree in business administration

2013 March | Townhall Magazine
How Government Broke Higher Education

2013 December 31 | U.S. News & World Report
Common Core, College Cost and Quality Among Education Issues to Watch in 2014

2013 October 7 | The Hill
Online educators want regulators to back off

2013 September 17 | (press release)
Learningpod™ Offers Open Platform to Make Practice Test Questions Free for Everyone

2013 August 21 | THE Journal
Free Resources: Saylor Foundation Opens Thousands of Learning Tools to Schools

2013 April 6 | MOOC News + Reviews
Credit Watch | Saylor.org Courses Approved for Credit At 7 Colleges

2013 March 2 | The Record (Bergen, NJ)
Online courses put college-level learning just a click away

2013 February 24 | The New York Times
Adults Are Flocking to College That Paved Way for Flexibility

2013 February 24 | The Press of Atlantic City
Thomas Edison to convert free courses into college credit

2013 February 21 | The Record (Bergen, NJ)
College’s $99 online courses could signal shift in cost trend

2013 February 4 | Inside  Higher Ed
Free Course, Inexpensive Exam

2012 November 16 | EduHacker
Learning More about the Saylor Foundation

2012 November 12 | Inside Higher Ed
New Momentum for Old Idea

2012 November 11 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
A Dot-Com Entrepreneur’s Wild Ambition: Drive Education Costs to Zero

2012 September 24 | Inside Higher Ed
Saylor Teams Up with Google’s MOOC

2012 August 15 | Inside Higher Ed
Majoring in Free Content

2012 May 9 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
Groups Team Up to Turn Free Online College Courses Into Cheap College Credit

2012 May | Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
What to Expect From Free Online Classes

2012 February 23 | Times Higher Education
Cap and gown learning on a shoestring budget

2012 February 2 | Campus Technology
Saylor Foundation Names Open Textbook Challenge Winners

2012 January 24 | The Radio Hotline with Dennis Price
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2012 January 23 | The Hechinger Report
Free courses may shake universities’ monopoly on credit

2012 January 21 | The Washington Post
Online course start-ups offer virtually free college

2012 January 20 | The Washington Post
College for nothing, or next-to-nothing

2012 January 18 | Moodle News
241 OER Courses with Assessments in Moodle: How Saylor.org has created one of the largest Free and Open Course Initiatives on the web

2011 December 2 | CNN
Why does college cost so much?

2011 November 9 | Inside Higher Ed
Online Grows, Doubts Persist

2011 September 27 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
Cheap, Maybe Even Free, Higher Education

2011 September 14 | Forbes
Saylor as Savior?

2011 September 12 | Campus Technology
Saylor Foundation Kicks Off Open Textbook Challenge

2011 August 24 | Inside Higher Ed
Saylor.org Free Education: 4 Suggestions